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Includes bibliographical references (p. 203-204) and index.
|LC Classifications||D544 .O45 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||208 p. :|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||00421419|
This book examines the reasons for the German's decision to fall back to a strong defence line while their Navy starved Britain into submission, and the 'burnt earth' policy of devastation in the area evacuated. Operations since 8 August had brought British forces forward to face the formidable deep defensive systems of the Wotan Stellung and Siegfried Stellung: the British knew the latter as the Hindenburg Line. Although they would go on to face other defences, the breaking of the Hindenburg Line was an achievement of first-class importance.
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called the Siegfriedstellung, or “Hindenburg Line,” was rapidly constructed across the base of the great salient formed by the German lines between Arras and Reims. From the German position east of Arras, the line ran southeastward and southward, passing west of.
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From 26 September until 8 Octoberthe Allied armies in France launched their largest ever combined offensive on the Western Front of World War I. The British, French, American and Belgian armies launched four attacks in rapid succession across a km front between the Argonne and Flanders.
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At this point Foch ordered a general counterattack that soon pushed the Germans back to their initial line (the so-called Hindenburg Line). The Allied push continued, with the British advancing in the north and the Americans attacking through the Argonne region of France.
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In the Hindenburg Line was the starting point of the Kaiserschlacht, the "emperor's battle", which the Germans launched on 21 March. In September the Allies set forth with a huge number of tanks to break through the Hindenburg Line and by 10 October it had been completely overwhelmed.
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The Hindenburg Line, Patrick Osborn & Marc Romanych Fortress Although the Hindenburg Line plays a major role in British accounts of the First World War, its exact nature is rarely appreciated.
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Today marks the th anniversary of the German withdrawal behind the Hindenburg Line. On the 16 th MarchGerman troops began their withdrawal as part of Operation Alberich, which saw a retirement of 40 kilometres.
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South of the Fourth Army's 19 km (12 mi) front, the French First Location: Hindenburg Line, France. The British were to witness triumph and joy again, when, towards the end of the Great War, the Hindenburg Line was to be broken by men from the Midlands.
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