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Who won the Battle of Aisne?

Who won the Battle of Aisne?

First Battle of the Aisne
Date 13–28 September 1914 Location Aisne River, France 49°26′N 3°40′E Result Indecisive
France United Kingdom Germany
Commanders and leaders

What happened in the Battle of Aisne?

The Germans failed to drive the BEF and the French back across the Aisne River, but the BEF and the French failed to take the Chemin des Dames plateau. The German retreat stopped on the plateau and both sides dug substantial trench networks, which remained the front line for several years.

Who won 2nd Battle of Aisne?

The French
The French achieved a substantial tactical success and took c. 29,000 prisoners but failed to defeat decisively the German armies. The failure had a traumatic effect on the morale of the French army and many divisions mutinied….Second Battle of the Aisne.

Date 16 April – 9 May, 24–26 October 1917
Result Inconclusive

Who Won the Third Battle of the Aisne?


Third Battle of the Aisne
Date 27 May – 6 June 1918 Location Aisne River near Paris, France 49°23′N 3°44′E Result See Aftermath section Territorial changes Germans achieve 55 km breakthrough of Allied lines that comes within 56 km of Paris
France United Kingdom United States German Empire
Commanders and leaders

Where was the Battle of Aisne?

SoissonsFrench Third RepublicAisne
Third Battle of the Aisne/Locations

Who won the siege of Antwerp?

German victory
Siege of Antwerp (1914)

Date 28 September – 10 October 1914 (1 week and 5 days)
Location Antwerp, Belgium 51°13′N 04°24′E
Result German victory
Territorial changes City captured with garrison Belgian army withdraws west to Yser river

Where was the second battle of Aisne?

Chemin des DamesReimsSoissonsAisne
Second Battle of the Aisne/Locations

What was the fourth Battle of ww1?

The Battle of the Lys, also known as the Fourth Battle of Ypres, was fought from 7 to 29 April 1918 and was part of the German spring offensive in Flanders during the First World War….Battle of the Lys (1918)

Date 7–29 April 1918
Territorial changes Germans penetrate British lines up to 9.3 mi (15 km)

When was the first Battle of Aisne?

September 13, 1914First Battle of the Aisne / Start date