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Please provide an explanation to this question regarding WWI.

Besides achieving territorial advances far exceeding anything on the Western Front since 1914, do any of the tactical developments of 1918 produce operational or strategic decision?

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Besides achieving territorial advances far exceeding anything on the Western Front since 1914, do any of the tactical developments of 1918 produce operational or strategic decision?

As you already know from the other response, the Germans were able to gain great territorial advances in using the "attack in depth" tactic but failed to capture any strategic objectives. The Germans suffered high causalities and faced difficulties in defending the newly gained territory. So as a result the impressive territorial gains by the Germans came at such a high cost that they were unable to achieve any tactical success.

Despite the heavy casualties, Ludendorff continued the tactic against the French and British ...

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