Tuesday, 14 January 2014

German War Plans 1916

In the spring of 1916 von Falkenhayn, commander of the German army, studied the Russian front. The German and Austrian armies were now deep inside Russia. They were separated from their homeland by hundreds of kilometres of poor roads. Falkenhayn decided that supplying a major offensive would be impossible.

from 100 FACTS ON WORLD WAR I by Rupert Matthews

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