Haig and the Somme, GCSE coursework questions.
Coursework: Haig and the Somme
a). Study Sources A and B:
How far does Source A prove that Haig did not care about the lives of his men?
Source A concerns Haig's views on the high amount of casualties he believed were inevitable during the course of the war. The paragraph shows that Haig believed that the deaths of his men were in no way connected to the implications of his own actions, and does not appear concerned over the prospect of such appalling casualties that were evident in the Battle of the Somme during 1916. The extract shows that Haig did not take responsibility for the fate…
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