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How the British Army Broke the Famous Hindenburg Line, 1918

How the British Army Broke the Famous Hindenburg Line, 1918

U.S. Army Signal Corps film

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National Archives No. 24617

 

On the British advance during the Cambrai Offensive. Reel 1, infantry units move up near Inchy. Supplies are brought up. Prisoners are treated at a dressing station. Railroad tracks along the Canal du Nord are repaired. The British are greeted by villagers as they enter Bapaume, Ecourt St. Quentin, and Le Basse. Reel 2, the village of Lens is liberated – Cambrai is occupied and Canadian troops extinguish fires set by the fleeing Germans. Shows fortifications along the Hindenburg Line. The British are greeted by villagers as they enter Lille.

 

 

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