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Nivelle Offensive Gallery

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Robert Georges Nivelle, French First World War genreral, (1926)
Robert Georges Nivelle, French First World War genreral, (1926)
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In the village of Craonnelle, 9th May 1917, 1917, (1926).Artist: Francois Flameng
In the village of Craonnelle, 9th May 1917, 1917, (1926).Artist: Francois Flameng
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The Cliff of Craonne, c1917, (1926).Artist: Francois Flameng
The Cliff of Craonne, c1917, (1926).Artist: Francois Flameng
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The attack on the German positions north of the Aisne, 16th April 1917, (1926)
The attack on the German positions north of the Aisne, 16th April 1917, (1926)
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Robert Nivelle, French World War I general
Robert Nivelle, French World War I general
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Robert Nivelle, French general, 1917
Robert Nivelle, French general, 1917
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The attack on the German positions north of the Aisne, 16th April 1917, (1926).Artist: Francois Flameng Featured Print

The attack on the German positions north of the Aisne, 16th April 1917, (1926).Artist: Francois Flameng

The attack on the German positions north of the Aisne, 16th April 1917, (1926). Known as the Nivelle Offensive, after Robert Nivelle, the Commander in Chief of the French Army who planned it, the French offensive of April 1917 was a disaster. Little territory was gained, 187, 000 casualties were suffered and a widespread mutiny broke out amongst the French troops. The government fell and Nivelle himself was replaced by General Petain

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