Why did the Schlieffen Plan fail?

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October 22, 2013

 

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Then they marched south 125 miles to the River Marne. If the BEF hadn't retreated, they may have either stopped Kluck entirely or the entire BEF may have fallen. The Schlieffen Plan had anticipated, and counted on, the Russian armies taking longer to mobilise. However, the Russian Armies invaded Prussia on 17th August...
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However, the Russian Armies invaded Prussia on 17th August. Moltke sent half his right wing to the German Eighth army which left the right wing weakened and more vulnerable. Had the Russians taken longer to invade Prussia then Moltke wouldn't have sent more men to Germany's eighth army and then no other armies in the battle would've noticed a weak spot in the German defence...
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