Ref: WW493, 1920, Harmsworth
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Original map first published c.1920. Republished July 2016.
World war one map depicting the major battles that took place on the Western Front during the first world war 1914 - 1918. Clearly marked and labelled with an explanation in the form of a key in the top left corner. The Great German Offensives include the Battle for Amiens and the Battle of Montdidier. The Great Allied Offensives include the second Battle of the Marne, Battle for the Hindenburg Defences and the Armistice Line.
Published at the time of this map, c.19120:
North-East France and the neighboring lowland of Belgium proved once again the "Cockpit of Europe". The hill country between the Ardennes and the Vorges formed an obstacle; the Germans forced this barrier with a rush, and deployed between the Ardennes and Paris. Since their on-rush was stayed, they were generally driven back, and the hill country became a source of trouble. The Germans were compelled to maintain their positions on the far slopes, and when these positions were finally lost they were beaten, they could not defend the hill country.
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