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New technology USA entering the war the blockading of German ports German offensive these were all equally important in breaking the stalemate how far do you agree

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New technology USA entering the war the blockading of German ports German offensive these were all equally important in breaking the stalemate how far do you agree? In some ways I agree with this statement because the stalemate may not have been broken as easily as it had been. New technology helped break the stalemate because the artillery and infantry became more and more important as the war progressed where on the other hand cavalry became less important. ...read more.

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America was officially neutral but supplying loans and equipment to the allies but when German u-boats blew up American ship killing many American civilians America didn't like this. When America heard that Germany hoped to ally this was the final straw so America decided to join the war. The blockading of German ports stopped the supplies getting to the Germans. The idea was to strangle the oppositions industry into surrender. This reduced trade The German offensive of March 1918 the idea was to transfer troops from Russia to the east and to bombard the British with ...read more.

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the shells and heavy artillery guns if America didn't come into the war at the point they did then British troops would run out of supplies so this helped break the stalemate quite allot also the blockading of the German ports meant that Germany couldn't get the supplies which meant that Germany didn't have the technology they needed unlike the British who had an upper hand on the Germans. In conclusion think that the statement is not correct and I don't agree with it but I also think that they all were important but things like the USA coming in were more important than the German offensive. ...read more.

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