Spring 1917: Why the Allies Failed (WW1 Documentary)00:29:08

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The Allied 1917 Spring Offensive masterminded by French general Robert Nivelle was supposed to end the stalemate on the Western Front and bring a decisive breakthrough. But the German Army also knew they couldnt win the war on the offensive and thus prepared a new type of defensive system: The Hindenburg Line.

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