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Stalemate: WW1

There are many different perspectives to the question above. I intend to look at some and say reasons why they are to blame and why some blame could be put on other people. Most people think they are to blame but most of them have not heard the arguments why they are not to blame. There are other aspects why the four years on the western front might not be the Generals┬┤ fault. These are that they had not adapted their tactics to the new technology, the nature of trench warfare and bad understanding of the new technology so they were not used to their full potential ability. This coursework will present the arguments and reasons why they were to blame and the arguments and reasons why they were not to blame.
Schlieffen was definitely not to blame; it was not his fault he died. However, if he did not die before the war and his plan was followed the war would have ended in the first few months and there would have been no stalemate on the western front. However, he did die and you can b...

Posted by: Leonard Herriman

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