Now all roads lead to France and heavy is the tread
Of the living; but the dead returning lightly dance.
Edward Thomas, Roads

Friday, November 18, 2022

The Most Important Battle of the War: The Marne 1914 — A Roads Collection

French Infantry, 1914

From the Editor:  This is a representative listing, not inclusive of all the articles we have published on this topic in Roads to the Great War.  MH


Quotes from September 1914

25 August 1914 – The Origin of the Miracle of the Marne

5 September 1914 — The Battle of the Marne Begins a Day Early at Villeroy

Let's Not Forget: General Joseph Jacques Césaire Joffre (1852-1931)

Barbara Tuchman on the August 1914 Crisis in Lorraine

The French-Kitchener Meeting of 1 September 1914

Why Is France's Battle of the Marne Monument at Mondemont?

Air Reconnaissance Proves Its Value at the Marne

Gallieni and the Taxicabs of the Marne

The Critical Period in Pétain's Ascendancy

Commemorating the Battle of the Marne

Franchet d'Espèrey: Hero of the Marne and Victor of the Balkans

Battle of the Marne Reenactment

A Paris Taxicab of the Marne


The Campaign of the Marne by Sewell Tyng

From Marne to Verdun: The War Diary of Captain Charles Delvert

A Reminder: To search our archives for other articles on this topic, or to explore other World War One interests of yours, take advantage of the site search engine at the top left corner of every page on Roads to the Great War.

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