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The Great Advance: Artillery; Infantry; and German Prisoners

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WHILE THE ENEMY WERE BEING ATTACKED BY CANADIAN INFANTRY 1000 YARDS AWAY: GETTING 60-POUNDERS INTO ACTION.

AS THE CANADIAN INFANTRY ADVANCED ALONG THE ROAD: 60-POUNDERS IN ACTION WITHIN 1000 YARDS OF THE ENEMY.

WITH DUG-IN FRENCH TROOPS IN THE FOREGROUND: CANADIANS MOVING AGAINST THE ENEMY DURING THE GREAT ADVANCE.

iiii ‘Ii ·I: (i … –·. –~; A SMUlL SAMPLE OF The THOUSANS CAPTrnED ST THE DBnISJ AND FRENCHI FORCESJ DURING THEAmAC: GERMAN FRIOKERS.

Pideld-Manhal hindsbupg has owned up, for the fst tine smce he has been epeible fee German strate, that he has had a seeius ‘ se-back on the Western Peel,” the Obearar” eminds s; “but be ceaoeled the ofcers and men of the n R iment d Paian Guards .. .by saying that the Allies had sht their blt, and wre tenig t show ‘* wes e d furtherL eer.’ .. Marsha Pach is certainly

giving no indication of war-wearin . Wbat he did so succesfully in the limited operation of July i8 and Auust 8, when General Ptain and Field-Manrmal Haig respect- ivey wiped out the Mrne and Amiens salient, he is now doing with wider intention in oder to get rid of the great strateical salient which has essted ever since September p914, the bse of which is a line drawn frm Arras to RheinL.”


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