- E·rich von [ey-rikh fuh n] /ˈeɪ rɪx fən/, 1861–1922, German general of World War I.
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Aside from the advantage in his superiority of numbers, Falkenhayn also had at his disposal the better railroad accommodations.
But it was in the passes behind Brasso that Falkenhayn's weight was being felt most severely.
Not unlike a skillful boxer Falkenhayn feinted at one point, then struck hard at another unexpectedly.
"Falkenhayn, when you are versed in foreign affairs I'll ask you to speak," interrupted the Kaiser.Germany, The Next Republic?</p>
Carl W. Ackerman
Falkenhayn fell because of his failure in the attack of Verdun, ordered by him or for which he was the responsible commander.Face to Face with Kaiserism</p>
James W. Gerard