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What was the Great Migration during the First World War? (A) The increased number of European migrants coming to America, hoping to escape the war (B) The mass exodus of midwestern farmers looking for factory jobs in war industries (C) The increased numbers of African-Americans moving into northern cities (D) The massive transition of women to do work once solely carried out by men (E) The movement of ethnic Germans out of the United States during the war

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The Great Migration during the First World War was "(C) The increased numbers of African-Americans moving into northern cities," since African Americans had far more job opportunities in the North than the South. 

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