French Army in World War I
This article is about the French Army in World War I. During World War I, France was one of the Triple Entente powers allied against the Central Powers. Although fighting occurred worldwide, the bulk of the fighting in Europe occurred in Belgium, Luxembourg, France and Alsace-Lorraine along what came to be known as the Western Front, which consisted mainly of trench warfare. Specific operational, tactical, and strategic decisions by the high command on both sides of the conflict led to shifts in organizational capacity, as the French Army tried to respond to day-to-day fighting and long-term strategic and operational agendas. In particular, many problems caused the French high command to re-evaluate standard procedures, revise its command structures, re-equip the army, and to develop different tactical approaches.
BoinkBoinkEtAliae: Over two thousand deaths a day… that’s horrible. That’s almost as much of a death toll as if 9/11 happened every day.
pisolivadi: amazing quality pic. Its actually sad that american media/ Hollywood try to depict french people as coward or not being courageous, they lost more men in WW1 alone than the US did in all the wars they’ve fought in