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Why Did the British & French Fail to Defeat the Germans in 1917 ?

Summary: Explains why the British and French were unable to defeat the Germans in 1917 during World War I.
The year of 1917 saw great changes in the course of the First World War. During 1917 Russia fell out of the war because of their Socialistic revolution. This meant that Germans forces could concentrate more fully on the Western Front, because the Germans were no more attacked on both sides of their country.

The strategy of war for the British and French was roughly the same in 1917 as the previous years. This is possibly one of the main reasons why the British and French were unable to break through the enemy line. Shells were still fired at the barbed wire (which often got the wire even more tangled), the Germans were always prepared for an attack from the enemy and the ground was often churned up because of the shell fire. After the Battle of the Somme, it was evident...

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