Explain how the Schlieffen Plan Was Meant to Work
On 1 august 1914 Germany declared war on Russia. At once hundreds of thousands of German troops began to move. Instead of going straight for Russia, they poured their troops into Belgium and Luxemburg.
The Schlieffen plan was named after chief of the general staff Count Alfred von Schlieffen. His first plan was based on the possibility that Russia alone would be involved. In this case, he planned to send the German army across the north-east border on a direct route to Russia's capital, St Petersburg. This was called the Great Eastern Offensive Plan. …
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