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Modern History core WWI Topic Notes

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A very detailed and comprehensive set of complete core WW1 notes that assisted me in achieving a band 6 mark for the hsc.

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Military history by country Military Military strategy France World War I Belgium Modern history of Italy Western Front Trench warfare Schlieffen Plan Eastern Front Verdun
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Military history by country Military Military strategy France World War I Belgium Modern history of Italy Western Front Trench warfare Schlieffen Plan Eastern Front Verdun
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They believed in the idea of the “knockout blow” and the importance of speed and mobility. ▪ Military leaders were aware of the possible magnitude of the future warfare. They knew that a European war would require thousands of resources. ▪ Countries began to formulate complex mobilisation plans. Mobilisation involves the placing of a country’s armed forces in a state of readiness for military action. ▪ The key to the success of mobilisation was a nation’s railway network (war by timetable) and could not be changed once the ...
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