History Notes - 3-31-06

History Notes - 3-31-06 - History Notes 3/31/06 PART IV: "...

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History Notes – 3/31/06 PART IV: “” A. New German Strategy – “The Ludendorff Plan” * Break-out offensive – Western Front * MASSIVE OFFENSIVE * Germans get rid of Faulkanhine * Eric Von Ludendorff – “Ludendorff” * Neville starts to order offensives on the French behalf – Petan himself assumes command * 1.) Battle of Amiens – The tank was a factor – newer design of tank – The tank was a factor in stopping the German attack on Paris. B. Allied Strategy – New strategy for the tank. Supreme allied commander. Not an American – French General – Ferdinand Fouche. * They began to call meetings of the entire command – took place at Dulland, France – Supreme war council was established – all allied countries were represented * George Clemancau – Les Tigre – The Tiger * David Lloyd George – Prime Minister C. Battle Highlights of Phase III * 500 Newer model tanks – man of which are from the U.S * They have enough of an expeditionary force in France * July of 1918 – German 2 nd army had collapsed * Kernel Billy Mitchell * George Patan – Tank commander * Eisenhower never made it to Europe * Germans are dying on the battlefield, while more and more Americans awre arriving in
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course HIST-MASH AP Europea taught by Professor Achenbach during the Fall '06 term at Allegheny.

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