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Rowan Weislogel

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on 6 December 2017

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Rowan Weislogel
There were at least more than 300,000 casualties from
each side,
although, do keep in mind a casualty is a person who cannot fight in a battle, not a death.
The battle started in 1916 and lasted ten months.
This is the costliest battle in world history to date.
The main goal for Germany was to defeat Britain, but France had sided with them, so they had to go through France first. Germany did become successful, as they did defeat the French and Brits, as well as suffering less casualties than both of them combined.
Germans captured a French fort without firing a shot.
Sources:
http://www.history.com/news/10-things-you-may-not-know-about-the-battle-of-verdun
http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/world-war-one/battles-of-world-war-one/the-battle-of-verdun/
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