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situation of the Army Group Reserve in 1917

situation of the Army Group Reserve in Spring 1918

Army Group Reserve (French language: Groupe d'armées de réserve) or Army Group Rupture (French language: Groupe d'armées de rupture), G. A. R.) was a grouping of French field armies during World War I, which was created on January 1, 1917 to fight in the Offensive of Chemin des Dames. The Army group was dissolved on May 8, 1917 after the failure of the Offensive. The Army Group was recreated after the German Spring Offensive of 1918.

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April 15, 1917[]

March 23, 1918[]

July 1, 1918[]

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