Why there Was Stalemate on the Western Front by December 1914
There are several reasons for stalemate on the Western Front by December 1914, which include numerous faults in the strategies and implementation of the Schlieffen Plan, tactical and strategic problems, problems in communications and the incapability of the commanders. There was also a changing in offensive to defensive, poor trench conditions, poor equipment and supplies, and also low morale amongst both armies.
Faults in the strategies and implementation of the Schlieffen Plan was a major reason for the formation of a stalemate on the Western Front. …
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