What was the situation the Allies were in when the Americans arrived in Europe during WW1?

Answer 1
  1. They had just lost their huge ally; Russia.
  2. It had turned into a single front war (Western Front).
  3. There was a stalemate and morale and resources was low throughout Europe.
  4. Technology of war used in the modern age was coming about.

The Americans had joined the war on the Allies side in Summer 1917, this was due to the huge support for action against the Central Powers after the German U-Boats sank American shipping bound for Britain to deliver supplies to 'on the brink of starving' country.
They were to bring the Allies out of the stalemate when the great industrial war machine of the US began producing more weapons and brought its numerous, healthy and young men over into Western Europe to defend its allies.

German Storm Troopers going 'Over the Top' into No-Man's Land

Due to this new single front in the Western Europe, the Germans and Austro-Hungarian Empire were able to begin concentrating much of their forces on the French and British lines, where well-trained German 'Storm Troopers' probed Allied lines and broke through where it was weak.
It led to even less progress and furthered the stalemate, both under pressure from lack of food, resources and low morale in both troops and their public.

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