Battle of the Marne

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a World War I battle in northwestern France where the Allies defeated the Germans in 1918

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The Second Battle of the Marne moves our understanding of the pivotal World War
The Second Battle of the Marne turned the tide of Western Front operations in favor of the Allies, introduced American troops onto the battlefield in substantive numbers, steeled French resolve to seek a victorious conclusion to the war, and introduced the German psyche to the reality of defeat.
1914: During World War I, the first Battle of the Marne began.
There is the French Revolution, the Napoleonic epic, the Battle of the Marne -- won in 1914 thanks to spontaneous initiative when the government and the state failed -- and the great revival of 1945-1950.
Following the offensive stall after the Battle of the Marne, the consumption of supplies reached proportions unmatched by any previous war.
The triumph of the Battle of the Marne, for instance, was preceded by French exasperation at what they regarded as British timidity, while Sir John French grew increasingly hesitant to participate enthusiastically in what he (rightly) regarded as a deeply flawed French strategic Plan XVII.
They took branch standards with them and first port of call was at the village of Nery, about 33 miles north west of Paris, where, during the retreat from Mons in August 1914, a battle was fought which is thought to be the turning point in the Battle of The Marne.
One, from Sgt Major James "Jim" Milne to his wife Meg prior to the Second Battle of the Marne in 1918 encapsulates the horror of going over the top.
Sgt Major James 'Jim' Milne JIM Milne wrote a touching farewell to his wife Meg prior to the second Battle of the Marne in July 1918.
According to his personal and archival records, Jacobson saw action at Fere-en-Tardenois along the Marne line, at Vesle River (a tributary of the Aisne), at the Second Battle of the Marne, at St.
A bouquet of red poppies also will be placed at the base of the World War I Monument, a 50-foot obelisk that sits in a small park in Greenwich, and bears the dedication "In honor of the men and women of Greenwich who served in the World War" as well as a list of the following battles: the Second Battle of the Marne, North Sea, St.
But, although the Germans swept through Belgium and reached the outskirts of Paris (French reinforcements were transported up to the line in old Renault taxis), a British and French counter-offensive at the Battle of the Marne broke up the German advance.
Then, during the pivotal Battle of the Marne, a German pilot dropped five small bombs on Paris with a note demanding the city's immediate surrender.
On September 5, 1914, the First Battle of the Marne, resulting in a French-British victory over Germany, began during World War I.
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