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Map of the military situation and troop movements on the eastern front at the beginning of November, 1914. A German-Austro-Hungarian advance almost to the gates of Warsaw in September and October, 1914, was reversed by the Russians. The November 12 German counter-attack included the new German Ninth Army and reinforcements that had been withdrawn from the Western Front. Map from The German General Staff and its Decisions, 1914-1916 by General von Falkenhayn.
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Fig. 2.
The Situation in the East, Beginning of November, 1914
a-Germans
b-Austro-Hungarians
c-Russians
d-Offensive south of the Vistula.
Upper left: 'Reinforcements from the West'

Map of the military situation on the eastern front at the beginning of November, 1914. A German-Austro-Hungarian advance almost to the gates of Warsaw in September and October, 1914, was reversed by the Russians. The November 12 German counter-attack included the new German Ninth Army and reinforcements that had been withdrawn from the Western Front. Map from The German General Staff and its Decisions, 1914-1916 by General von Falkenhayn.

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Fig. 2.

The Situation in the East, Beginning of November, 1914

a-Germans

b-Austro-Hungarians

c-Russians

d-Offensive south of the Vistula.

Upper left: 'Reinforcements from the West'

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