How did the collapse of Russia affect American entry into World War 1 and how did Russia's collapse affect German war strategy?
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They monitored them and helped them get war supplies to their destination.
No, it was mainly Hitler's suicide.
The Germans tried to drive a wedge between American and British forces and reach Antwerp, the supply port for allied supplies, thus interrupting allied advance. But the German attack failed and German forces were pushed back.
There were various factors that caused the collapse of the Central powers. One factor that caused the collapse were Germany's minority groups. The German minorities were discriminated against and were not interested in the war.
The Germans surrendered after the collapse of its war Fronts.
The germany military strategy that means "lightning war" was blitzkrieg .
Kristallnacht had nothing to do with military strategy. Please see related question.
True. "Lighting War" in German is blitzkrieg
American world domination. German and Japanese prosperity. Collapse of British empire. Creation of Soviet Bloc. Founding of state of Israel. Founding of European Union.
It was the Schlieffen Plan.
The element of surprise.
German German Shepherds and American German Shepherds have a few distinct differences. The German German Shepherds are mostly black with a tiny bit of dark brown and the American German Shepherds are mostly brown with some black. Purebred (or German) German Shepherds are also a little taller, and larger than the American ones.
It depended on the element of surpise and speed.
Blitzkrieg depended on the strength of the power.
Shock and awe : surprise and speed .
"American" in German Amerikaner/ Amerikane is German for American.
Germany did not collapse in the First World War. Germany asked for an armistice as soon as it was clear to a few key German leaders that they would lose the war. This happened before the German population and many in the military knew that they were losing. The swing from victory to defeat was relatively quick (July-November 1918). The German leaders prevented a collapse and damage to Germany itself by ending the war quickly… Read More
Flanking, Snpiers, Gas, and Stealth
Push back the French and English.
How was the Allies' strategy toward Germany after World War 1 different from their strategy after World War 2?
Allied punishments weakened the German Economy after World War 1, while Allies helped revive the German economy after World War 2.
"Louis" is the American equivalent for the German "Ludwig"
In the allied victory over Germany by 1918 how important was the collapse of the Germany home front?
The German home front did not collapse in 1918. In fact the German home front did not know or understand how or why Germany lost the war and signing a peace armistice. The German population thought that they were winning the war. They did not know that their two allies: Austria-Hungary & Turkey were on the verge of defeat. They did not know that the German army had just recently been defeated and was retreating… Read More
This was known as Blitzkreig. (Lightning War)
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The Blitzkreig ("Lightning War") was effective because it used tanks, armored cars, and troop carriers to move their soldiers around a stationary enemy. Although the French had spent many millions of Francs building and equipping their feared Maginot Line; in 1939 the Germans simply drove around it, and isolated the French Army defenders. It was also the first time air and infantry attacked together, these were tactics the staid French defenders had no idea how… Read More
This answer is based on Germany's military strategy in the World War Two. The so-called "Blitzkrieg" was only one of the strategies employed by the German military in WW Two. Only weeks before the invasion of Poland, for example, the military strategy in bringing a quick end to Poland's resistance began when Hitler secured with Stalin, a Non-Aggression Pact. This ensured that Stalin would cooperate with the invasion and as a reward, simply occupy the… Read More
Germans used the strategy known as blitzkrieg (As I recall it's german for lightning war), which was highly effective. Blitzkrieg is a highly mobile form of infantry and armour working together in combined arms teams and was heavily supported with close air support.
No, they are American. Actually they are German. They are also French, Italian, and Native American.
American schools talk in English, and German schools talk in German.
The German army captured and burned St. petersburg and left the czar no choice.
By 1916, Russia's war effort was near collapse. Unlike the nations of western Europe, Russia had yet to become industrialized. As a result, the Russian army was continually short on food, guns , ammunition, clothes, boots, and blankets. Moreover, the Allied supply shipments to Russia were sharply limited by German control of the Baltic Sea, combined with Germany's relentless submarine campaign in the North Sea and beyond. In the south, the Ottomans still controlled the… Read More
A.E.'s European American descent is German. So her descent is German-American.
The difference between an American Shepherd and the German Shepherd is that the American Shepherd is generally softer,heavier and larger than the German Shepherd.
The German word for wolf pack is wolfsrudel. Germany submarines used they naval strategy of the wolf pack making them a real threat in the Atlantic.
Henry Heinz was the German American who created ketchup in 1892.
To end the German threat first.
No General, Hitler controlled everything.
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Answer There were overall strategies and substrategies. The overall was to put the most military emphasis against Germany. The reason for this was that Germany was by far the most able military power faced by the three major Allied countries. Germany also possessed a potent scientific community and there was fear that Germany might develop super weapons such as atomics, giving them an enormous advantage towards winning the war.This strategy was also in deference to… Read More
It is NOT German, but an American program.
How did the Russian Revolution affect the course of World War 1 and what did it mean for German strategy?
Just because it does :p
they came in and destroyed because of Hitler's blitzkrieg strategy heehehehehheheh
Speed and combined arms : air , armor and infantry at the point of attack .
Blitzkrieg was speedy, overwhelming attack, catching the enemy unprepared.
The final German attack, the Marne-Reims Offensive, happened in 1918. The French and Americans knew the attack was going to happen were waiting.
No. He is French, German, Dutch, and Native American No, his ancestors are Dutch, French, German, and Native American.
The same as American Jews and American Christians. It's about the faith.
The web address of the German American Society is: http://germanamerican.org