NINE DIVISIONS IN CHAMPAGNE The Second Battle of Marne

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Following the failure of the Spring Offensive 1918 to end the conflict, Ludendorff believed that an attack through Flanders would give Germany a decisive victory over the British Expeditionary Force. To shield his intentions and draw Allied troops away from Belgium, Ludendorff planned for a large diversionary attack along the Marne. The Allies’ counteroffensive was decisive in shifting the balance of power in the West against an increasingly exhausted German army.

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