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The Battle of , fought between 21 February and 18 December, 1916, was one of the longest battles of the First World War.

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Marne
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Somme
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Verdun
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The correct option is C Verdun
In the Battle of Verdun, France successfully resisted the attack of the Germans on the French fortress of Verdun. It was one of the longest and bloodiest battles of World War I. French casualties were around 4,00,000, while German ones amounted to about 3,50,000.

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