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Strategy & Tactics Quarterly 26, World War 1 Analysis

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Decision Games
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This issue presents a year-by-year analysis of the major strategic decisions made by The Central Powers and the Triple Entente during World War I. It examines the primary alternatives considered by each side for each year, analyzing where they could have done better. Topics covered include: dominant theories of strategy in 1914, the failure of the Schlieffen Plan, Britain's entry into the war, the 1915 and 1917 U-boat offensives, the Gallipoli campaign, the British Blockade and the neutrality of Scandinavia, the Somme offensive, Verdun, and the 1918 German "Kaiser's Battle" offensives. Sidebars also explain how tactical and technical developments affected both sides' strategies.

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