п»їWorld war 1 (core study)
The reasons intended for the stalemate on the western Front
Russia mobilised faster than expected.
Schlieffen plan was modified
a. Helmuth Von Moltke modified the program
b. Splitting the army
my spouse and i. Defending against Russia
ii. Defending Lorraine
c. Circling Paris
i. Left a niche causing french soldiers retreating back in to Paris 2. Damaged the German soldiers in number
d. Resistance from Athens
i. Leading Britain into the war
ii. German born delay ( food supply)
e. New technology preferred the protecting side.
The nature of trench warfare and your life in the trenches dealing with activities of the two allied and German soldiers. The Germans retreated returning to Aisne, choose the most advantageous location a. everlasting trenches
safeguard by barbed wires, souterrain and sandbags
German retraite usually involves heavy cannon barrage then soldiers heading " within the topвЂќ Weaponry (rifles, grenades, gas, flamethrowers and in 1916 onwards tanks) " Frente assaultsвЂќ led to horrendous casualties
Life inside the trenches had been constant of boredom, routine, " covering shockвЂќ, disease and vermin and the " stench of deathвЂќ The constant rain built the trenches muddy
Cope with simpers and constant raid and patrols
Overview of tactics and strategies to break the stalemate including key battles: Verdun, the Somme and Passchendaele. British and French generals acquired taken the offensive against the entrenched Germans Verdun, the Somme and Passchendaele resulted in massive casualties New guns were presented such as toxin gas that kicks off in august 1915 and tanks in July 1916 Gas a new negligible impact while containers did not reach their fight potential right up until July 1918 New tactics- Germans effectively employed small elite groups of storm troopers in 03 1918 The British released the creeping barrage
Development in warfare that combines the use of soldires, artillery, reservoirs and aeroplanes Allied endeavors to break the stalemate together with a naval blockade of...