Strategy - Section 2: Strategy of the First World War: Chapter 11: The Plans and Their Issue in the Western Theatre, 1914 Summary & Analysis

Basil Liddell Hart
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Section 2: Strategy of the First World War: Chapter 11: The Plans and Their Issue in the Western Theatre, 1914 Summary and Analysis

By this time, as the educational tenor of presentation continues, the reader is shown how valuable the previous experience has been. In the case of the First World War, the greatest of the military leaders employed strategies that were striking in their similarity to those applied by previous Great Captains which have been introduced in preceding chapters.

This time, pre-war conditions are spotted as the best place to start. This time, it is the inherent proximity between the then border of Germany and it's nearest neighbor France, and how much the proximity affected the overall situation is highlighted. During the wars of this time, the French and the British...

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