He was a brilliant front-line commander and a tactical genius whose "intuitive sense of the battlefield made him one of the greatest generals in history." During the First World War, he pioneered the rapid advances and flanking maneuvers that would become his trademark decades later. In August 1914, as a platoon commander, he captured a... Read More
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