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Battle of Tannenberg between Germany and Russia 26 Aug 1914


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I had hoped to publish my latest article - Artillery in the First World War: Russia – The Tsar’s Cannons - back in August to coincide with the opening of the Eastern Front and the Battle of Tannenberg. I originally intended to include the Battle of Tannenberg in this article. But I didn't want it to become as long as a Tolstoy epic. Fortunately, I still got it published before the winter. Poetic.

So, look for a special issue in the future regarding artillery - both German and Russian - at the Battle of Tannenberg.

Please, leave comments on The Tsar's Cannons. The most important part of historical research is the ensuing discussion. Criticism very welcome.

Za vashe zdorovie!

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