The Reasons For Germany's Failure In World War I

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World War one, also known as the war to end all wars, lasted from 28 July 1914 to 11 November 1918. Germany was one of the central powers in World War One. Their biggest enemy was the Allied forces. Throughout the war, many factors such as the failure of Schlieffen Plan and the unrestricted submarine warfare had brought Germany closer and closer to failure in World War one. On 11 November 1918, Germany finally surrendered .They then received a lot of consequences such as the treaty of Versailles. However, was it inevitable that Germany will lose in World War One? In the following paragraphs, we are going to talk about some of the reasons for Germany’s failure. Some reasons show that Germany was actually taking less advantage in the war, but some reasons show that Germany deserved the failure due to their wrong and daring planning. Think about it for a little more. How if everything happened in another way? Would Germany be the winner in World War One? I argue that it was inevitable that Germany lose the war. Firstly, Germany was taking the geographical disadvantages .Germany was surrounded by Russia and France, so Germany would be defeated easily by the Allies forces. However, it wasn’t inevitable too that Germany lost the war since they had the Schlieffen plan. If Schlieffen plan did work out, they would have defeated the Allies armies and won the war quickly. However, they didn’t. So here’s the Schieffen plan. Germany believed that if they went for war, they had to face

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