The Schlieffen Plan

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1. Where did Schlieffen propose to attack France through?

  • Holland, Britain and Spain - the Floss countries.
  • Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg - the Benelux countries.
  • Belgium, Luxembourg and Greenland - the Benel countries.
  • Britain, Spain and Italy - the hot countries.
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2. Where did Schlieffen say that the remaining percentage of the army should go?

  • To defend the eastern border of Germany to defend Russian attack.
  • To spy on Russia as they were suspecting an attack from them.
  • To fly over Russia and drop bombs.
  • To defend the Eastern and western borders of the country against Russian attack.

3. In what year did Germany think that war with Russia was likely?

  • 1920
  • 1914
  • 1912
  • 1917

4. Which of these was something that Von Molkte changed about the plan?

  • To avoid invading Holland and to concentrate on an attack through Belgium.
  • 20% of the soldiers would build/fix any of their weapons.
  • To spread the army across all of the countries that had the possibility of attackin
  • To make more men join the army.

5. Which country did he think was the prioty to beat?

  • France.
  • Spain.
  • Belgium.
  • Britain.

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