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I have a question, for the Out of the trenhces. We see almost daily that there are casualties for both sides. How did the germans withstand the loss of all these men? Sure, there were going to be a problem when the USA soldiers arrive, but until now (february 1918) they could defend relativly easy the western front , and even attack on the east front(before the russia fell in to civil war). Was the german army so overpopulated to survive in such preasure? The british and the french had only the western front to attack and they had huge difficulties. The troops from other fronts, (british mostly), I dont believe that could make any great diference if they were relocated on the west front . Keep on the good job!Posted 3 months ago by Ioannis Balis.
The centennial of the end of the was is approaching. Even Serbia was occupied, it's formally ended on the winning side, at least what was left of it's army. How will this anniversary commemorated in Serbia?Posted 4 weeks ago by Leonids Smagars.
Could you tell us more about the Leaning Virgin of Albert story? It was something about how a statue of Mary was knocked over by Germans near the Sommme, but never actually fell down. It gave some soldiers comfort thinking that there might have been divine intervention in the war.Posted 3 weeks ago by Anonymous.