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Military history by country World War I Military history France Italy in World War I Western Front Operation Michael Trench warfare Verdun Spring Offensive Eastern Front Role of Douglas Haig
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Military history by country World War I Military history France Italy in World War I Western Front Operation Michael Trench warfare Verdun Spring Offensive Eastern Front Role of Douglas Haig
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failure of schlieffen plan germany had failed to gain a quick victory of france, and so now she endured a prolonged battle on both fronts.​ the plan was based on the belief that France could be overrun within 6 weeks. however, the man who now occupied schleiffen’s position (due to death), Moltke, edited the plan. reasons for failure : ★ delicate attention to angles and timings were not followed. ★ Belgium was stronger than anticipated.. ★ Due to the altered plan, all of Germany’s troops had to go through the one train station. (slow down) ★ russia mobilized quicker than anticipated. ★ france mobilized extremely quickly, and pushed towards the German border. ________________ battle of marne upon deciding to take Paris from the east, Germany’s armies...
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