The Schlieffen Plan was the strategic plan for victory, in case of the instance where Germany would be fighting a war on two fronts.
In defence of Belgium's neutral standing in the War, Britain declared war on Germany and thus the First World War began, therefore, the hastiness of German forces and the Schlieffen plan; had effectively sparked the First World War.
The first version of the Schlieffen Plan was drawn up in 1905.
it was to win
The Schlieffen plan started in 1905. The plan was a way to get other countries to help them attack countries that the Germans wanted.
The German's Schlieffen Plan failed
Large states wanted representation by population
The Schlieffen plan was thought of by Alfred Von Schlieffen It was thought to avoid a two-front war, basically to avoid getting into fights on both sides of Germany
it ruined the Schlieffen plan, halting German advance causing Germany to have to fight a long war on 2 fronts.
The Schlieffen Plan