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As most of you know, we have been doing daily blogs on Imperial Germany. Originally this was done in support of our latest book. Now it has sort of morphed into something much bigger. Many of those blogs are found quite surprising by historians and other readers. So, we put them here all in one place - sort of like an archive. So if you access the Facebook page- German failure- when you look at the daily blog, you will see this link in addition to the blog and this opens up an archive of a large number of Imperial German topics centered on 1914 or earlier for the most part. We take requests about specific topics.

 

If you are an educator, there are suggestions for using this latest book as a case study. Incredibly easy. Hit the case study link at the top of the page in the blue field.

 

We also do presentations gratis. So if you are within 700 miles of Pensacola this can easily be arranged at no cost. Further by exception but could be.

 

https://german1914.com/.      https://www.facebook.com/Germanfailure/

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cdr

very interesting 

Carl 

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Martin Feledziak

Making a marker so I can find this again.

Martin

 

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Making a marker so I can find this again.

Martin

 

 

 Me too LOL! I am trying to consolidate everything under www.German1914.com

 

 I am even trying to migrate my website there but that has turned out to be a lengthy process.  Old man meets technology. While I am losing the opening skirmish I will soldier on!

 

 today's blog: https://german1914.com/the-development-of-infantry-doctrine-part-one/

 

 

Infantry Attack 1870 - Sedan.jpg

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very interesting 

Carl 

 

 

Carl, have you read the book  yet? Always interesting to get your Belgian opinion!

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cdr

Hallo Joe

 

book is on order not arrived yet

 

Carl 

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joerookery

Interestingly enough when we sent out a bunch of review copies to Europe, first class mail to Europe went as fast as priority mail in the US.

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