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Why Did Germany Lose WW1?

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There are many reasons why Germany lost World War I. In summarising the reasons, they are; the allied team was strong. The other reason is the failure of German plans e.g. the failure of ?Schlieffen Plan? and ?Verdun offensive.? Another reason was the strength of the British Navy.
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