• anonymous
Which of the following best explains the problem with the Maginot Line? It only represented one obstacle to the attacker. It could not move. If the enemy got around it, France was in trouble. All of the above explain problems with the Maginot Line.
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  • anonymous
All of the above. When the Germans went on to invade France after their successes in the Low Countries, they flanked the Maginot Line by attacking through the "impenetrable" French Ardennes forest to the north, circumventing the static defenses that the otherwise impressive fortifications had established.

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