The Effect Of Germany's War On The Western Front

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During World War I, Germany fought a two-front war against France, Great Britain, Belgium, and America on the Western Front while also fighting the Russians on the Eastern Front. On the Western Front, an offensive approach was being used while on the Eastern Front, defensive. They believed that the Eastern Front could be held off until France was defeated on the Western Front, they would then move all troops to the East for a full attack. Two-front wars, can negatively impact a military’s financial support and troops. The Schlieffen Plan was a plan for an attack on France. This was created by General Count Alfred von Schlieffen in 1905. He was chief of the German General Staff, and believed that the best area for any war in Europe would be
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