Conclusion to Part I

  • Dominick Graham


The British army expected its French ally to play the main role on land in both wars. In the First World War it gradually gained in strength and ability until it was at least an equal partner. On the road to equality its weapons and methods improved steadily and, by the end, were the equal of the German and French in most departments and were superior in tanks and ground/air co-operation.


Main Role Political Community Equal Partner Defence Study British Army 
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© Dominick Graham 1999

Authors and Affiliations

  • Dominick Graham
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  1. 1.University of New BrunswickCanada

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