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  • Bakerís Dozen of WW1 Tactics

    1. Bite and Hold

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    • Bakerís Dozen of WW1 Tactics

      1. Bite and Hold
      2.Pulkowski Method

      3. Creeping Barrage


      Never Fear the Event

      Admiral Lord Nelson

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      • Bakerís Dozen of WW1 Tactics

        1. Bite and Hold
        2. Pulkowski Method
        3. Creeping Barrage

        4. Dicta Boelke

        1. Try to secure the upper hand before attacking. If possible, keep the sun behind you
        2. Always continue with an attack you have begun
        3. Open fire only at close range, and then only when the opponent is squarely in your sights
        4. You should always try to keep your eye on your opponent, and never let yourself be deceived by ruses
        5. In any type of attack, it is essential to assail your opponent from behind
        6. If your opponent dives on you, do not try to get around his attack, but fly to meet it
        7. When over the enemy's lines, always remember your own line of retreat
        8. Tip for Squadrons: In principle, it is better to attack in groups of four or six. Avoid two aircraft attacking the same opponent


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        • Bakerís Dozen of WW1 Tactics

          1. Bite and Hold
          2. Pulkowski Method
          3. Creeping Barrage
          4. Dicta Boelke

          5. Storm Troopers

          Last edited by Colonel Sennef; 07 Mar 13, 13:54. Reason: embellishment

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          • Originally posted by Nickuru
            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Di...Big_Bertha.jpg

            Big Bertha, did not make a difference in the war. But leads one to think ofthe effects of artillery during the static warfare of WWI.
            Nick, I genuinely appreciate your enthusiasm and contributions here, but could you in the Baker's Dozen please follow the rules as laid down in the first post of this thread?
            BoRG

            You may not be interested in War, but War is interested in You - Leon Trotski, June 1919.

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            • Bakerís Dozen of WW1 Tactics

              1. Bite and Hold
              2. Pulkowski Method
              3. Creeping Barrage
              4. Dicta Boelke
              5. Storm Troopers

              6. Hurricane Barrage

              "There is no justice among men."- Tsar Nicholas II

              ďPeople never lie so much as after a hunt, during a war or before an election.Ē - Otto Von Bismarck

              "It is always easier to fight for one's principles than to live up to them." - Alfred Adler

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              • [QUOTE=The Ibis;2488144]Bakerís Dozen of WW1 Tactics

                1. Bite and Hold
                2. Pulkowski Method
                3. Creeping Barrage
                4. Dicta Boelke
                5. Storm Troopers
                6. Hurricane Barrage
                7. Open Warfare

                8. Q ships

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                • Bakerís Dozen of WW1 Tactics

                  1. Bite and Hold
                  2. Pulkowski Method
                  3. Creeping Barrage
                  4. Dicta Boelke
                  5. Storm Troopers
                  6. Hurricane Barrage
                  7. Open Warfare
                  8. Q ships

                  9. Unrestricted Submarine Warfare

                  "There is no justice among men."- Tsar Nicholas II

                  ďPeople never lie so much as after a hunt, during a war or before an election.Ē - Otto Von Bismarck

                  "It is always easier to fight for one's principles than to live up to them." - Alfred Adler

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                  • 1. Bite and Hold
                    2. Pulkowski Method
                    3. Creeping Barrage
                    4. Dicta Boelke
                    5. Storm Troopers
                    6. Hurricane Barrage
                    7. Open Warfare
                    8. Q ships

                    9. Unrestricted Submarine Warfare

                    10. Big Bertha

                    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filei...Big_Bertha.jpg

                    Big Bertha, did not make a difference in the war. But leads one to think of the effects of artillery during the static warfare of WWI.
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                    Last edited by Nickuru; 09 Mar 13, 14:10. Reason: spelling
                    When looking for the reason why things go wrong, never rule out stupidity, Murphy's Law Nļ 8
                    Those who do not remember history are doomed to repeat it. George Santayana
                    "Ach du schwein" a German parrot captured at Bukoba GEA the only prisoner taken

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                    • Bakerís Dozen of WW1 Tactics

                      1. Bite and Hold
                      2. Pulkowski Method
                      3. Creeping Barrage
                      4. Dicta Boelke
                      5. Storm Troopers
                      6. Hurricane Barrage
                      7. Open Warfare
                      8. Q ships
                      9. Unrestricted Submarine Warfare
                      10. Big Bertha

                      11. Trench Raids


                      Never Fear the Event

                      Admiral Lord Nelson

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                      • Bakerís Dozen of WW1 Tactics

                        1. Bite and Hold
                        2. Pulkowski Method
                        3. Creeping Barrage
                        4. Dicta Boelke
                        5. Storm Troopers
                        6. Hurricane Barrage
                        7. Open Warfare
                        8. Q ships
                        9. Unrestricted Submarine Warfare
                        10. Big Bertha
                        11. Trench Raids

                        12. Frontal assaults in linear formations

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                        • Bakerís Dozen of WW1 Tactics

                          1. Bite and Hold
                          2. Pulkowski Method
                          3. Creeping Barrage
                          4. Dicta Boelke
                          5. Storm Troopers
                          6. Hurricane Barrage
                          7. Open Warfare
                          8. Q ships
                          9. Unrestricted Submarine Warfare
                          10. Big Bertha
                          11. Trench Raids
                          12. Frontal assaults in linear formations

                          13. Strafing



                          Junker J.1 "Furniture Van" - a dedicated ground-attack aircraft

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                          • Okay, going with my national flag

                            Baker's Dozen of New Zealand in WWI

                            1. Liberation of Le Quesnoy

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                            • Baker's Dozen of New Zealand in WWI

                              1. Liberation of Le Quesnoy

                              2. Bulford Kiwi

                              Bulford Kiwi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


                              Never Fear the Event

                              Admiral Lord Nelson

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                              • Baker's Dozen of New Zealand in WWI

                                1. Liberation of Le Quesnoy
                                2. Bulford Kiwi

                                3. Lemon Squeezers

                                Last edited by Canuckster; 13 Mar 13, 02:35.

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