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The Western Front was the main theatre of war during the First World War. Following the .... Despite the German plans to maintain the stalemate with the French and .... After a massive eight-hour artillery bombardment, the Germans did not ...

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The "Race to the Sea" which occurred during 1915 along the Western Front led to both sides being fully entrenched and stalemated until 1917. Part of the ...

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A stalemate developed on the Western front during ww1 because of the trench warfare made it difficult to advance because in the opposite ...

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Feb 20, 2015 ... Explore some of the reasons the Great War resulted in a stalemate. ... Germans did not take them seriously and did little to develop their own ...

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They made few large scale attacks on the Western front with the aim of gaining ground until April 1918 after the Russians had left the war ...

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At the outset of World War I, German forces attempted a rapid strike against France that, per the Schlieffen Plan, was intended to crush French resolve and free ...

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The Western Front was the result of a series of battles in the fall of 1914, and by ... The German army did reach a point just 30 miles from Paris but lacked the ...

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May 20, 2011 ... The conventional explanation for why the Western Front in World War I ... This simplistic explanation does not suffice under close scrutiny though. ... The reasons for stalemate are complex; they are both systemic and technical.

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Why was there Stalemate on the Western Front? ... of a defensive line of trenches that stretched along the Western Front from the North Sea to the Swiss border.