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Episode 2: Allied Strategy

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1915 saw none of the major offensives that rocked the rest of the Western Front, but it was not a quiet sector of the line. Despite the French and Germans having a “live-and-let-live” policy that didn't keep them from killing each other with exploding underground mines and regular infantry battles.
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1915 saw none of the major offensives that rocked the rest of the Western Front, but it was not a quiet sector of the line. Despite the French and Germans having a “live-and-let-live” policy that didn't keep them from killing each other with exploding underground mines and regular infantry battles.   Towards the end of 1915 GEN Joseph Joffre of the French Army worked on coordinating a strategy among the Allies that would see them attacking the Germans and Austro-Hungarians at the same time in order to wear them out. From this, the idea of the Battle of the Somme was born.   Any questions, comments or concerns please hit me up through the website, www.firstworldwarpodcast.com or the Battles of the First World War Podcast page on FaceBook. Not into social media? Email me directly at verdunpodcast@gmail.com.   If you have enjoyed the podcast so far please consider reviewing it on iTunes. The more reviews the more visible the podcast becomes, and that helps get more and folks involved. Also, if you would like to help support the podcast with a financial contribution to help run and maintain it, there is a PayPal button right on the website where you can make a donation of your choice. The website is www.firstworldwarpodcast.com. I’d like to thank everyone who has already contributed. Thank you so much for listening!
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