Why did the armies fight the First World War in trenches on the Western Front and what effect did the trenches have on the way the war was fought?

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January 9, 2014

 

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They planned to take the French by surprise by attacking through Belgium; this would enable the Germans to encircle Paris and the French army. Von Moltke, Schlieffen’s successor changed the plan so that the army invading France through Belgium would be much smaller. The Belgians resisted fiercely and slowed the Germans down considerably, which gave Britain time to send over the b...
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The Belgians resisted fiercely and slowed the Germans down considerably, which gave Britain time to send over the b.e.f (British expeditionary force) to support France and help hold the Germans of. Then Moltke and the German army received more bad news; the Russian army had mobilised quickly and invaded Eastern Germany...
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