The 1914 campaign to the Marne was both big and complex.
It spread over hundreds of square miles and involved around 3 million men.
However, despite the scale of the confrontation, it could be argued that the final outcome was decided by a few
critical decisions on both sides.
Ross analyses those decisions, and gives his own conclusions.
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