By mid-October 1918, Canadian units were pushing the Germans back after inflicting a momentous defeat on the Kaiser’s forces in Cambrai, France. The Canucks bled for that victory, but it broke the back of the enemy defences, delivering a fatal blow to their immobile logistical system of roads and rail lines.
The Interactive web experience Canada And The Great War: Liberation examines what it means to return a people their freedom? With bayonets and shells, the Canadian shock troops restored dignity, pride and liberty.
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