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Books Books 1 - 7 of 7 on to remind you that it is no longer the time to look behind. We have but one business....
" to remind you that it is no longer the time to look behind. We have but one business on hand — to attack and repel the enemy. "
Foch the Man: A Life of the Supreme Commander of the Allied Armies - Page 119
by Clara Elizabeth Laughlin - 1918 - 149 pages
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Blood & Iron: Impressions from the Front in France & Flanders

Wilson McNair - World War, 1914-1918 - 1916 - 300 pages
...and repel the enemy. An army which can no longer advance will at all costs hold the ground it has won and allow itself to be slain where it stands rather than give way. This is no time for faltering, and it will not be suffered." General French wrote: " I call upon the...
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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
...of the clash at arms. On the morning of September the fifth all of the commanders received from him the now historic message: " The moment has come for...allow itself to be slain where it stands rather than to give way." For fourteen days the French soldiers had been falling back before the exultant Germans;...
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America's Part in the World War: A History of the Full Greatness of Our ...

Richard Joseph Beamish, Francis Andrew March - Dummies (Bookselling) - 1919 - 590 pages
...repel the enemy. An army which can no longer advance will at all costs hold the ground it has won, and allow itself to be slain where it stands rather than give way. This ? no time for faltering, and it will not be suffered. Sir John French issued a similar order,...
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Foch the Man ...

Clara Elizabeth Laughlin - World War, 1914-1918 - 1919 - 188 pages
...decreed that he must not retire. On its north bank his gallant army must, if it could not do otherwise, "allow itself to be slain where it stands rather than give way." On that evening he sent Major Requin to the Forty-second Division with orders for the morrow. The most...
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The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge, Volume 28

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1920
...and repel the enemy. An army which can no longer advance will at all cost hold the ground it has won and allow itself to be slain where it stands rather than give way." All the commanders of armies were directed to assume the offensive. Early on the 6th Maunoury struck...
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The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge, Volume 28

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1920
...repel the enemy. An army which can no longer advance will at all cost hold the ground it has •won and allow itself to be slain where it stands rather than give way.8 All the commanders of armies were directed to assume the offensive. Early on the 6th Maunoury...
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The North American Review, Volume 207

1918
...and von K luck threatened to envelop the left wing and take Paris. Joffre issued his famous order: " The moment has come for the army to advance at all...to be slain where it stands, rather than give way." As the French left wing moved forward in obedience to the order, von Kluck found that his plans would...
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