Plan seventeen was a plan used in World War I. It was the French battle plan. The French were feeling resentful towards the German because of the Prussian war forty years prior. The Prussians, now Germans, had taking the provinces of Alsace and Lorraine from the French. The French planned to take them back. Plan seventeen involved an all out attack on Alsace and Lorraine by soldiers who fought fast and deadly, no matter the odds. They wanted to win back their lost provinces. Unfortunately, the plan failed and the French retreated to stop the Germans attacking in the Schlieffen Plan.
plan seventeen was the french's plan consisting of the soldiers entering to Alsace-Lorraine- a province the Germans took from them in 1870-, take over the territory, (which in fact was good for plantation and industry) and then concentrate in marching into Berlin, Germany's capital. There, they would make the Germans surrender
if i was 17 during world war 2 than i would be terrified and interested at the same right know i an bored so world war 2 would be some action
Operation Overlord was the name of the plan for the allies to invade France during the World War 2.
The Schlieffen plan was designed shortly after The Franco-Prussian war by the Germans as a means of defeating the French quickly and efficiently. A similar method was used effectively during the Second World War but did not work so well during the First World War.
before The Schlieffen Plan was developed in 1905, 9 years before war actually broke out.
Z Plan was the name of Japan's naval battle strategy during World War 2.
The general plan for the invasion of Europe by the allies.
The Wilson Doctrine during the First World War was Woodrow Wilson's 14 point speech he presented to Congress. It was his plan to end the fighting.
Try looking on www.historychannel.com or a search engine. == answer.....== I think one of the names was the Schlieffen Plan.
The U.S. military suffered few losses during the war.
the south wanted to plan attack.
During the Korean war there were seventeen military nurses who died during the conflict mostly from airplane crashes .
It's Winston Churchill who said "He who fails to plan is planning to fail" during World War II
what was the unions plan of attack during the civil war
I'm not sure.
The Schlieffen Plan - war on two fronts, beating the French on the western front quickly then focusing troops on eastern front against Russia
Wilson's plan was called the Fourteen Points. *The League of Nations" was also created after the war, but the United States did not join. Hope that helped!
It forced them to abandon their plan to invade Britain.
The Marshall Plan.
what was the impact of the war during the world war II