100 Days Offensive

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100 Days Offensive

The 100 Days Offensive occurred in July 18 through November 11, 1918. The Germany Army opened the German Army opened the Western Front by first invading Luxembourg and Belgium. General Haig, led the Battle of Amiens, and General Currie, led Canadian troops, are the main generals of this war. It's important to understand this information while studying about WW1 because the Hundred Days Offensive was a series of offensives launched by the Allied & Associated Powers toward the end of WW1. It ended on November 11, 1918 with the signing of the armistice.

100 Days Offensive

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~ The Battle of Amiens: August 8th , 1918 - Over 17,000 Germans were taken prisoners and Germans recorded over 30,000 casualties. ~ Second Battle of Somme: August 21, 1918 - Planned by General Haig, a series of offensives in and around Battle of Albert. ~ The Hindenburg Line Battles: August 30 - Sept 2, 1918 - In this battle, allied troops were successful in breaching the German defenses at the Hindenburg Line.

Allied Powers~ British Empire ~ France~ Belgium ~ Portugal

Central Powers~ German Empire ~ Austria-Hungray

Associated Powers~ USA

Six Word Memoir:- Brutal- Vicious- Grim - Destructive- Powerful- Rage

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