How Did Germany Make Good Leadership Decisions In Ww1

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Germany started out with a lot of good leadership decisions in the beginning when it came to the submarine warfare. They learned from past mistakes in World War 1 and accepted the fact that following restrictions was better for the country in the political sense, and that in the long run would help the war as well. Through the sense of keeping the United States out of the war and keeping the amount of countries they had to fight down to two. Germany made many smart decisions when it came to its submarine warfare. With how Germany dealt the merchant ships and the neutral ships. Only lifting restrictions when the enemy side was trying to use the restrictions to their advantage, Therefore following the restrictions and keeping the United States out as it had planned before. The International Court of Justice came to the same conclusions for how Germany dealt with the British merchant ships, as stated in its verdict gave on October …show more content…

The costal lights should not have happened, and was a weakness that could have easily been avoided. Not blacking out led to over 95,000 lives being lost, and an advantage for the German U-Boats for months. Though when the Allies finally started to get into the gear of war they seemed to defiantly get it, with a good defense and constant steps moving forward. Through Construction, Convoy, Communications Intelligence, and air Coverage the Allies were able to turn the tides of the war and ultimately win. Beginning with the construction of a strong naval unit and constant upgrades such as strong air support and eventually the radar. Next the Allies created a strong convoy where they were able to create an entire area where German U-Boats could not surface or attack. Therefore making the submarine warfare ineffective in the Atlantic. Then Communications Intelligence which again relates to the radar which caused serious damage to the

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