1. Why was the Schlieffen plan developed?
- To protect Germany.
- To strengthen the German army.
- To prevent a war on two fronts.
- To increase Hitler's power.
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2. Which country did he think was the prioty to beat?
3. What percentage of the German was used to create a knock out blow?
4. Where did Schlieffen say that the remaining percentage of the army should go?
- To defend the Eastern and western borders of the country against Russian attack.
- To spy on Russia as they were suspecting an attack from them.
- To defend the eastern border of Germany to defend Russian attack.
- To fly over Russia and drop bombs.
5. The army chief believed:
- To take Britain quickly by bombing them as they had strong alliances with other countries.
- To take Belgium quickly, forcing to surrender France before the army was put together.
- Prioroty was to take France quickly, forcing to surrender russia before they had a chance to mobilize troops.
- Prioroty was to take Russia, forcing to surrender france before had chance to mobilize troops.