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Modern countries that the Central powers owned

Name the modern countries that were at least partially owned by the Central Powers.
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First submittedApril 4, 2018
Last updatedNovember 11, 2018
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Continent
Country
Europe
Albania
Europe
Austria
Europe
Belarus
Europe
Belgium
Europe
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Europe
Bulgaria
Africa
Cameroon
Europe
Croatia
Europe
Czech Republic
Europe
Denmark
Africa
Egypt
Europe
Estonia
Europe
France
Africa
Gabon
Asia
Georgia
Europe
Germany
Europe
Hungary
Asia
Iraq
Asia
Israel
Asia
Jordan
Europe
Kosovo
Europe
Latvia
Asia
Lebanon
Europe
Lithuania
Continent
Country
Europe
Macedonia
Oceania
Marshall Islands
Oceania
Micronesia
Europe
Montenegro
Africa
Mozambique
Africa
Namibia
Oceania
Palau
Oceania
Papua New Guinea
Asia
Qatar
Europe
Romania
Asia/ Europe
Russia
Oceania
Samoa
Asia
Saudi Arabia
Europe
Serbia
Europe
Slovakia
Europe
Slovenia
Asia
Syria
Africa
Tanzania
Africa
Togo
Asia/ Europe
Turkey
Europe
Ukraine
Asia
Yemen
Africa
Zambia
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level 43
Apr 4, 2018
these are some odd trends in the answer stats
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level 57
Apr 5, 2018
rwanda and burundi were german colonies until the end of WW1
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level 64
Apr 5, 2018
Poland, Czechia, Slovakia, Moldova, Italy?
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level 52
Apr 5, 2018
Czechia, Moldova and Slovakia were completely owned by the Central Powers, but Italy was only partially owned by Austria-Hungary in WW1.
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level 62
Nov 11, 2018
Modern countries that "were at least partially owned". Which means that if they were "fully owned" , then they have to be counted as countries as part of the central powers. Croatia was "fully owned" by Austro-Hungary for centuries before the empire was formalized in 1867. Slovenia was passed to the Austro-Hungarian empire in 1797 when the Republic of Venice was dissolved. Bosnia belonged for centuries to the Ottoman Empire but was administered by Austria-Hungary since 1878 and formally annexed in 1908. Either case, it was partially owned by either the Ottomans or Austro-Hungarians and by your convoluted metric, should not be appearing here. Finland was never occupied by the central powers. You include countries that were part of the Ottoman Empire for centuries as occupied countries, yet Czechia and Slovakia, both places of which were part of the Hapsburg Empire for centuries are not included. Honestly get a history book before you submit another quiz.
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level 62
Nov 11, 2018
And you forgot South Jutland in Denmark. Palau, Micronesia, Marshall Islands, Qatar.