By Nigel Thomas

The years 1915–17 observed the Imperial German military pressured to evolve to the hot realities of static trench war. Prewar uniforms and kit needed to be changed, for either software and financial system; on battlefields governed via desktop weapons and artillery the metal helmet reappeared, in addition to mask to guard opposed to poison fuel.

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Bower1 found in his study of a very large company that the capital process, which had a strategic impact, was begun by proposals from the middle managers in the divisions and depended for their success on the support from their divisional heads. The board almost invariably approved projects that had the support of trusted divisional heads. The problem was that middle managers lacked a broad perspective of the total business, and the board lacked detailed understanding of the proposed projects. Hostilities begin Count Alfred von Schlieffen, chief of the German General Staff from 1891 to 1906, devised a plan for the conquest of France based on the strategy Hannibal employed at the Battle of Cannae.

10 motor cycle machine-gun squadron, which were embarked on the River Clyde, which carried the invasion troops. The logic of raising these units, first in the Royal Navy and then in the RNAS, may be a little obscure, and the army’s views are not recorded. In the event, they were a valuable part of the inadequate cover for the landing troops, and their officers and men fought with great valour. Although the RNAS aeroplanes flew continuously during the landings and called for fire against Turkish batteries, the ships were too busily engaged already to respond.

In the same period, Sir Douglas Haig asked for 20 extra fighting squadrons and an improved supply of spares, and Trenchard travelled back to Lon33 THE ORIGINS OF AIR WAR don to make the case to the Air Board. At the same meeting, Trenchard asked for whatever support the navy could provide, and specifically for 100 Rolls-Royce and 50 Hispano engines. The navy responded by providing four formed squadrons of fighter aircraft, 55 of the Rolls-Royce engines requested and, instead of the Hispano engines, surrendered 60 Spad aircraft.

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