MARCH ON PARIS The Memoirs of Alexander von Kluck 1914-18


The author was the fist at the end of the swinging arm that was the Moltke-Schlieffen Plan in 1914. As commander of the 1st Army on the extreme right of the offensive – largest of the six armies invading Belgium and France – it was Von Kluck’s task to envelop Paris and end the war with a smashing German victory. How and why he failed to do so is the chief subject of one of the most vital memoirs in military history. All Great War buffs should read this book.

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