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" My center gives way. My right recedes. The situation is excellent. I shall attack. "
Foch the Man: A Life of the Supreme Commander of the Allied Armies - Page 125
by Clara Elizabeth Laughlin - 1918 - 149 pages
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Personality: Studies in Personal Development

Harry Collins Spillman - Conduct of life - 1919 - 206 pages
...battle, General Foch, in command of Joffre's center, sent him the greatest military dispatch in history: "My center gives way, my right recedes; the situation is excellent. I shall attack." General Foch's attack forced the retreat of the Crown Prince and drove the Huns from the very gates...
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Famous Generals of the Great War who Led the United States and Her Allies to ...

Charles Haven Ladd Johnston - Generals - 1919 - 310 pages
...was smiling, but, beneath that smile was a heart beating with anguish. To Joffre he telegraphed : " My center gives way, my right recedes ; the situation is excellent. I shall attack." Calling his aides to him, General Foch gave the necessary orders to them — they must bear them to...
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The Literary Digest History of the World War: Compiled from ..., Volume 10

Francis Whiting Halsey - World War, 1914-1918 - 1920
...celebrate. When Foch heard of the disaster he telegraphed to general headquarters a famous message; "My center gives way; my right recedes; the situation is excellent. I shall attack." Foch then gave his order to attack, with everything he cared about in this world at stake — Paris,...
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The Literary Digest History of the World War: Compiled from ..., Volume 10

Francis Whiting Halsey - World War, 1914-1918 - 1920
...celebrate. When Foch heard of the disaster he telegraphed to general headquarters a famous message: "My center gives way; my right recedes; the situation is excellent. I shall attack." Foch then gave his order to attack, with everything he cared about in this world at stake — Paris,...
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North American Students and World Advance: Addresses Delivered at the Eighth ...

Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Missions. International Convention - Missions - 1920 - 654 pages
...won that battle of the Marne. When almost at the point of defeat he sent that celebrated dispatch, "My center gives way. My right recedes. The situation is excellent. I shall attack." Hurling in that Forty-second Division, which though exhausted had not known defeat, he pierced the...
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