Tactical triumph at Tannenberg

Armstrong, Richard N.
August 1997
Military History;Aug97, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p58
Narrates how the German armies won over the Russian forces in August 1914 at Tannenberg. Advantage of the separation of the Russian armies to the Germans; Most useful initial information received by the Eight Army command; More events.


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