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World War I - Key Battles - 1915 - Battle of Loos

World War I - Key Battles - 1915 - Battle of Loos
World War I - Key Battles - 1915 - Battle of Loos
World War I - Key Battles - 1915 - Battle of Loos
World War I - Key Battles - 1915 - Battle of Loos
World War I - Key Battles - 1915 - Battle of Loos
World War I - Key Battles - 1915 - Battle of Loos
World War I - Key Battles - 1915 - Battle of Loos
World War I - Key Battles - 1915 - Battle of Loos
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This is a 14 slide, highly animated, power point presentations on World War I - Key Battles - 1915 - Battle of Loos. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs.

Despite heavy fighting in the spring of 1915, the Western Front remained largely stagnant as Allied efforts in Artois failed and the German assault at the Second Battle of Ypres was turned back. Shifting his focus east, German Chief of Staff Erich von Falkenhayn issued orders for the construction of defenses in depth along the Western Front. This led to the creation of a 3 mile deep system of trenches anchored by a front line and second line. As reinforcements arrived through the summer, the Allied commanders began planning for future action.

The British attacked the German line at 5:50 AM on September 25, by releasing chlorine gas. After leaving their trenches, the British found that the gas had not been effective and large clouds lingered between the lines. Due to the poor quality of British gas masks and breathing difficulties, the attackers suffered 2,632 gas casualties as they moved forward.

The Battle of Loos saw the British make minor gains in exchange for around 50,000 casualties. German losses are estimated at around 25,000. Though some ground had been gained, the fighting at Loos proved a failure as the British were unable to break through the German lines. French forces elsewhere in Artois and Champagne met a similar fate.

The setback at Loos helped contribute to the downfall of French as commander of the BEF. An inability to work with the French and active politicking by his officers led to his removal and replacement with Haig in December.

The presentation covers the following:

Background
Map of the Eastern Front
Advancing to Masurian Lakes
Eric Falkenhaven
German Advance
Casualties
Aftermath
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