04-10-2007

04-10-2007 - 04-10-2007 Deadlock. Tanks used on a large...

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04-10-2007 Deadlock… Tanks used on a large scale first in 1917. No developed doctrine and several hitches United States enters the war in 1917 because of the German return to unregulated sub warfare Limited amount of time Russian revolution takes them out of the war in 1917 New deadline in response to the rapid changes of fronts Germans must prepare for US forces Take troops from Russia and return them to the European front. Suing for peace in October 1918. WWI leaves a bad task in the mouths of the people concerning trench warfare. WWII - Idea of doctrine o Military leaders invent a set of recommendations in preparing for war/ warfare Train according to the doctrine Gets its own sort of inertia - Blitzkrieg is an innovation of ideas o Tanks in response to the problem of machine guns o Two way radio in response to communication problems o Motorized transport o Aircraft - responses of several different nations in response to WWI o French- They are convinced of WWI’s lesson in favor of the defensive like trenches and barbed wire, they fear German, they build the Maginot Line as a
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course PWAD 490 taught by Professor Lee during the Spring '07 term at UNC.

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