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People of Habsburg empire spoke German, Polish and French. The empire consisted of people from different ethnic groups like Bohemians, Slovenes and Croats. All the people of this empire had nothing to unite them except the emperor. What can be inferred from these statements?


A
Habsburg empire did not last long enough to form a country.
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B
Germany, France and Italy were not part of Habsburg empire.
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C
The empire was linguistically diverse with people from different ethnic groups. The people could not be united.
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D
The emperor was powerful and smart to keep all groups away from each other.
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The correct option is C The empire was linguistically diverse with people from different ethnic groups. The people could not be united.
The Habsburg Empire was a vast territory that stretched across Alpine mountains to Bohemia, from Lombardy to Galicia, and from Hungary to Transylvania. People spoke different languages like Polish, German, and French. There were several different ethnic groups such as Bohemians, Slovenes, Croats and Roumans. All the regions had only one reason to bind them, that was the emperor. There was no unifying factor beyond their local regions.

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