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What country has had the most influence in history?

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What country has had the most influence in history?


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  1. 1
    Jerry Parker says:

    Helenistic Greece without a doubt.

  2. 2
    jake says:

    Rome

  3. 3
    justin says:

    Briton, Soldiers have always been the crudest of diplomats of ANY countries culture and they have been in most of the known world when it was known.

  4. 4
    HistoryLad says:

    1. Great Britain (Has been influential ever since medival times by excelling at inventions including modern goverment, law and alot of medicion based inventions. Created the Anglican church. Spread the english language which is now the worlds number 1. language, created america which has been pretty influential, united india which is set to become a super power, started the industrial revolution, colonized a quarter of the world, stopped facism in WW2, still a major player in international politics and diplomicy and opened japan up to the world)

  5. 5
    Lucas says:

    FRANCE seriously, when you look at the dark ages who kept all the roman science, architecture, and art forms alive for hundreds of years? And at the battle of tours in the 700s charles martel saved europe from an advancing muslim army that would have ended christian europe and the world as we know it would be extremely different. there would likely be no united states. and also, without france the US would never have won the revolutionary war.



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