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Wednesday, 4th September 1918 - Canada's Hundred Days - 28


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Library and Archives Canada
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5th Canadian Divisional Artillery
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14th Brigade Canadian Divisional Artillery
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61st Field Battery Canadian Divisional Artillery
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Lieutenant Abner Gladstone Virtue - 61st Fld Bty
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MIKAN 3397061 Wounded at Chaplain Service free coffee stall. Advance East of Arras. Sept. 1918.
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MIKAN 3397062 Wounded examining their trophies. Advance East of Arras. September, 1918. 
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MIKAN 3397063 Wounded passing wrecked trucks on Arras-Cambrai road. Advance East of Arras. September, 1918. Pte. Fred Stone of the
64th Battalion being supported by two German prisoners.
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MIKAN 3397066 Four happy wounded Canadians at a C.C.S. Advance East of Arras. September, 1918
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MIKAN 3397350 British Airman badly wounded while spotting for Canadian Artillery, September, 1918
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MIKAN 3397403 Two French civilians who had hid in ruins of a village which was captured by Canadians. Advance East of Arras.
September, 1918
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MIKAN 3397946 Guns captured by Canadians on Arras Front. Advance East of Arras. September, 1918 Guns captured by Canadians on Arras
Front. Advance East of Arras. September, 1918
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MIKAN 3397947 Guns captured by Canadians on Arras Front. Advance East of Arras. September 1918 View of captured guns, including a
variety of machine guns, trench mortars, field guns, and howitzers.
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MIKAN 3397948 Guns captured by Canadians on Arras Front. Advance East of Arras. September, 1918 This shows a captured German gun park,
including, in the foreground, machine guns, Anti-tank rifles propped up against trench mortars, and one large trench mortar (likely a
Flügelminenwerfer) being inspected by a Lieutenant, while field guns and howitzers are in the background. Many of the pieces are
marked with capture information
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MIKAN 3397949 Guns captured by Canadians on Arras Front. Advance East of Arras. September 1918. This shows a captured gun park of
German weapons, including trench mortars, machine guns, howitzers, field guns, and anti-tank rifles.
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MIKAN 3397950 Guns captured by Canadians on Arras Front. Advance East of Arras. September, 1918
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MIKAN 3397954 Canadians inspecting one of the German dug-outs. Advance East of Arras. October, 1918
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MIKAN 3403048 German wounded prisoners being dressed. September, 1916.
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MIKAN 3403194 German prisoners coming in. Advance East of Arras. September, 1918.
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MIKAN 3403202 Wounded and prisoners on roadside.
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MIKAN 3403965 Scene in a village captured by Canadians. Advance East of Arras. September, 1918.
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MIKAN 3403966 Three villages fired by the Germans before evacuating. Advance East of Arras. September, 1918
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MIKAN 3404932 Canadian Infantry passing through captured village. Advance East of Arras. September, 1918.
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MIKAN 3404933 Canadian Infantry and Transport passing through captured village. Advance East of Arras. September, 1918
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MIKAN 3404934 Canadian Artillery passing an Observation Balloon which is being brought down. Advance East of Arras. September, 1918
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MIKAN 3404935 Canadian Artillery passing an Observation Balloon which is being brought down. Advance East of Arras. September, 1918
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© IWM (BOX 887-850-59LB-57C-1918) Plotting reference 57C P 17 18 23 24. Key feature Neuville-Bourjonval, 4th September, 1918.
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© IWM (BOX 890-853-59LB-57C-1917) Plotting reference 57C Q 9 10 15 16. Key feature Trescault, 4th September, 1918.
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French women employed under British military supervision in making camouflage netting screens. Near Arras, 4 September 1918.
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© IWM (Q 7091)
French woman making camouflage netting screens under British supervision. Near Arras, 4 September, 1918.
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© IWM (Q 9452)
Transport section of the 1/10th (Scottish) Battalion, the King's (Liverpool Regiment), 166th Brigade, 55th Division. Bethune, 4
September 1918.
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© IWM (Q 9453)
Transport section of the 1/5th Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment, 166th Brigade, 55th Division. Bethune, 4 September 1918.
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© IWM (Q 9454)
Transport section of 166th Brigade, 55th Division. Bethune, 4 September, 1918.
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© IWM (Q 11319)
Men of the Hampshire Regiment and Army Service Corps working a propaganda balloon distributing unit. One balloon is being inflated
with hydrogen and the 'release' (with leaflets attached) is being fastened to the neck of another, near Bethune, 4th September 1918.
Second from the right is Private W J Eeles.
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© IWM (Q 11320)
Men of the Hampshire Regiment and Army Service Corps working a propaganda balloon distributing unit. One balloon is being inflated
with hydrogen and the 'release' (with leaflets attached) is being fastened to the neck of another, near Bethune, 4th September 1918.
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© IWM (Q 11321)
Men of the Hampshire Regiment and Army Service Corps attaching leaflets to the 'release' of a propaganda balloon, near Bethune, 4th
September 1918.
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© IWM (Q 11322)
A corporal of the Hampshire Regiment estimating destinations of leaflets by direction and velocity of wind, length of burning fuse and
intervals between leaflets on the release. The second soldier, of the Army Service Corps, is cutting a slit in the base of the neck of
the balloon to allow the gas to escape as it expands, near Bethune, 4th September 1918.
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© IWM (Q 11323)
A soldier of the Army Service Corps about to liberate a propaganda balloon, the 'release' having bean attached and lighted, near
Bethune, 4th September 1918.
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© IWM (Q 12193)
Two soldiers of the Hampshire Regiment releasing shall balloons, to which are attached bundles of propaganda leaflets. Near Bethune, 4
September 1918.
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© IWM (Q 70707)
American infantry occupying the line between rivers Vesle and Aisne to the north of Bazoches, 4 September 1918
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Nebelschießen im Gebiet des Kemmel
Aufnahme vom 4. September 1918
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