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On the western front, along France's eastern border (it was called the western front because it was on the west of Germany.

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Q: Where was the stalemate of World War I?
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By 1917, the countries fighting in World War I had reached a stalemate. A stalemate is a situation where no one can make progress. What happened in 1917 that ended the stalemate?

The United States entry into the war

A stalemate is a situation in which further action is blocked A stalemate during World War 1 was broken in 1917 by?

The entry of the U.S. into the war.

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Why did the stalemate in World War 2 end?

Would you mind reposting your question with a little more information? There was a stalemate in most of World War I, but World War II happened in so many places, that I do not know of the occurence in your question . . .

Stalemate in World War I?

no one gains or looses ground

How long was World War 2 in stalemate?

8 years

Where was the World War 1 stalemate?

On a Coast Line somewhere

Was stalemate pointless in the first world war?

The stalemate generally refers to the Trench warfare in France 1915-1918.

What was The stalemate during World War 1 was broken in 1917 by?

the entry of the U.S. into the war.

How tanks affected World War 1?

They did help break the stalemate.

Why was the armoured tank invented?

To break the stalemate of the First World War.

Term connecting the game of chess and world war 1?