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His father was descended from Pomeranian merchants who had achieved the prestigious status of Junker. He had a stable and comfortable childhood, growing up on their small family farm.
Erich received his early schooling from his maternal aunt and had a gift for mathematics,  as did his younger brother Hans who became a distinguished astronomer. Over the next eight years, he was promoted to lieutenant and saw further service in the 2nd Marine Battalion, based at Kiel and Wilhelmshavenand in the 8th Grenadier Guards at Frankfurt on the Oder.
His service reports reveal the highest praise, with frequent commendations. Inhe entered the War Academy, where the commandant, General Meckel, recommended him to the General Staffto which he was appointed in He rose rapidly and was a senior staff officer at the headquarters of V Corps from to Soon he was joined by Max Bauera brilliant artillery officer, who became a close friend.
In at age 45 "the 'old sinner', as he liked to hear himself called"  married the daughter of a wealthy factory owner, Margarethe Schmidt — They met in a rainstorm when he offered his umbrella. She divorced to marry him, bringing three stepsons and a stepdaughter.
ByLudendorff was a full colonel. His section was responsible for writing the mass of detailed orders needed to bring the mobilized troops into position to implement the Schlieffen Plan.
For this they covertly surveyed frontier fortifications in Russia, France and Belgium. Deputies of the Social Democratic Party of Germanywhich became the largest party in the Reichstag after the German federal elections ofseldom gave priority to army expenditures, whether to build up its reserves or to fund advanced weaponry such as Krupp 's siege cannons.
Instead, they preferred to concentrate military spending on the Imperial German Navy. Ludendorff's calculations showed that to properly implement the Schlieffen Plan the Army lacked six corps.
Members of the General Staff were instructed to keep out of politics and the public eye,  but Ludendorff shrugged off such restrictions. With a retired general, August Keimand the head of the Pan-German League, Heinrich Class, he vigorously lobbied the Reichstag for the additional men.
It is true that as his wife testified, "Anyone who knows Ludendorff knows that he has not a spark of humor John Lee,  states that while Ludendorff was with his Fusiliers, "he became the perfect regimental commander The brigade commander was killed on 5 August, so Ludendorff led the successful assault to occupy the city and its citadel.
In the following days, two of the forts guarding the city were taken by desperate frontal infantry attacks, while the remaining forts were smashed by huge Krupp cm and Austro-Hungarian Skoda cm howitzers. They first met on their private train heading east.
They agreed that they must annihilate the nearest Russian army before they tackled the second. On arrival, they discovered that General Max Hoffmann had already shifted much of the 8th Army by rail to the south to do just that, in an amazing feat of logistical planning. Nine days later the Eighth Army surrounded most of a Russian army at Tannenbergtaking 92, prisoners in one of the great victories in German history.
Twice during the battle Ludendorff wanted to break off, fearing that the second Russian army was about to strike their rear, but Hindenburg held firm. Then they turned on the second invading army in the Battle of the Masurian Lakes ; it fled with heavy losses to escape encirclement.
During the rest ofcommanding an Army Group, they staved off the projected invasion of German Silesia by dexterously moving their outnumbered forces into Russian Polandfighting the battle of the Vistula Riverwhich ended with a brilliantly executed withdrawal during which they destroyed the Polish railway lines and bridges needed for an invasion.
Masters of surprise and deft maneuver, they argued that if properly reinforced they could trap the entire Russian army in Poland.
During the winter of —15 they lobbied passionately for this strategy, but were rebuffed by OHL. Early in they surprised the Russian army that still held a toehold in East Prussia by attacking in a snowstorm and surrounding it in the Second Battle of the Masurian Lakes.Search the world's information, including webpages, images, videos and more.
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