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Modern History WW1 and Germany

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Chancellors of Germany Kurt von Schleicher Weimar Republic Adolf Hitler Western Front Hindenburg Line Night of the Long Knives Franz von Papen World War I Joseph Goebbels Heinrich Himmler German Revolution of 1918–19
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Chancellors of Germany Kurt von Schleicher Weimar Republic Adolf Hitler Western Front Hindenburg Line Night of the Long Knives Franz von Papen World War I Joseph Goebbels Heinrich Himmler German Revolution of 1918–19
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▪ Belgium would have little resistance ▪ France would be easily defeated ▪ Britain would remain neutral Reasons for Plan Failure ▪ Moltke changed plans. He wanted to Holland to remain neutral and would only enter through Belgium, this reduced the level of transportation of soldiers which led to fatigue and lack of resources ▪ Failure to anticipate supply problems created by rapid advance throught Belgium ▪ Given Russia quick mobilisation, Moltke moved troops on eastern front against Russia. There were 200 000 on east border. This led to fewer troops to encircle Paris. ▪ Belgium put up a fierce resistance. E.G. they protected Liege, a vital juncture from Germany’s army for 23 days. This led to Britai...
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