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When in Russia broke the February Revolution, Lenin (Vladimir Il'ič Ul'janov, 1870 - 1924) was still in exile in Switzerland. Aware that his return could trigger an even sharper opposition to the war, the Russian provisional government - agree with the Entente powers - denied him the passage to return to Russia. With twenty-seven other political exiles, he was thus forced to travel by train through Germany, already knowing that the fact would be the subject of speculation of his political...
During the Great War, the Hindenburg Line was a vast and armed defense system built by the Germans in the north-west France. This decision was taken by the General Hindenburg and Ludendorff during the final stages of the battle of the Somme. Conceived as a strategic retreat line, it marked the first attempt to change the defensive tactics in order to save men and materials, waiting to unleash the decisive offensive once liquidated Russia. Considered inviolable, during the Hundred Days Offensive...
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