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First Battle of Albert - 1914

When:
September 25 – September 29, 1914

Where:
Albert, France – Western Front

Who:
Allies – France
Allies – Britain
Central Powers - Germany

Summary:
The Battle of Albert was one of the ongoing battles fought in the Race to the Sea. The lack of a decisive victory at the Battle of the Aisne led the Allied and Central troops to move north in an attempt to outflank each other and gain access to enemy territory. The French Tenth Army under the command of General de Castelnau attacked the German troops at Albert on September 25, 1914. The German troops offered stiff resistance and the battle remained indecisive. The German Sixth Army moved north to Bapaume. Fighting went on until September 28 and succeeded in firmly etching the trench line along the way.





  Major Battles of World War I  
Battle of Tannenberg – 1914Battles of Gaza - 1917
Battle of Heligoland Bight - 1914Second Battle of Aisne - 1917
First Battle of Marne – 1914Second Battle of Arras - 1917
First Battle of the Masurian Lakes – 1914Battle of Messines – 1917
First Battle of Aisne – 1914Battle of Passchendaele - 1917
First Battle of Albert - 1914Battle of Caporetto - 1917
First Battle of Arras – 1914Battle of Cambrai - 1917
First Battle of Ypres – 1914German Spring Offensive - 1918
Gallipoli Campaign – 1915Hundred Days Offensive - 1918
Second Battle of the Masurian Lakes – 1915Battle of Mons - 1914
Battles of Isonzo – 1915Second Battle of Somme - 1918
Loos-Artois Offensive - 1915Second Battle of Marne - 1918
Battle of Verdun - 1916Battle of St Mihiel - 1918
Battle of Messines - 1917 
First Battle of Somme - 1916Battle of Vittori Veneto - 1918


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