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Saturday, 14th September 1918 - Canada's Hundred Days - 38

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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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© IWM (Q 78743)
Ruins of the village of Combles, 14 September 1918.
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© IWM (Q 78744)
Military lorries passing through ruins of the village of Combles, 14 September 1918.
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© IWM (Q 78745)
Ruins of the village of Combles, 14 September 1918.
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© IWM (Q 78746)
A British cyclist at the entrance to the ruined village of Combles, 14 September 1918.
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© IWM (Q 78747)
A British cyclist passing ruins of the Town Hall in Combles, 14 September 1918.
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© IWM (Q 78749)
The ravine near the ruined village of Combles, 14 September 1918.
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© IWM (Q 78750)
A German cemetery at Beaulencourt, 14 September 1918.
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© IWM (Q 79015)
A French 75 mm field artillery gun on tender at an anti-aircraft defence post at Sentheim, 14 September 1918.
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© IWM (Q 108352)
A French 194 mm naval gun on railway mounting near Dieulouard (Dieulwart), 14 September 1918.
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H1036
Soldiers inspecting a battered German bicycle with tyres made of springs due to the rubber shortage in World War I. Photograph taken
14 September 1918 near Metz, France, by Henry Armytage Sanders.
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H1037
A soldier inspects a German bicycle with tyres made of springs due to the rubber shortage in World War I. Photograph taken 14
September 1918 near Metz, France, by Henry Armytage Sanders.
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H1039
A New Zealand battalion passing through re-captured Bapaume, France, to rest, during World War I. A sugar factory is in the
background. Photograph taken by Henry Armytage Sanders on 14 September 1918.
An original print from this negative is at PA1-f-92 at H1039 with the caption `A New Zealand Battalion passing through Bapaume to
rest, it was a company of this Battalion that first re-entered Bapaume'
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H1040
A view from the rear of a New Zealand Battalion passing through recaptured Bapaume in France. Shows a horse- drawn ambulance behind a
column of troops mostly on foot moving down a road. A few men are mounted and another is riding a bicycle. Motor cars are also on the
road. In the background is the badly damaged Sugar Factory. Photograph taken 14 September 1918 by Henry Armytage Sanders.
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H1042
A view over recaptured Bapaume, France, showing a column of troops from a New Zealand Battalion moving towards the camera. Two
ambulances can been seen in the background. Also visible is the damage to the town itself. Photograph taken 14 September 1918 by Henry
Armytage Sanders.
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H1043
A general view of troops from a New Zealand Battalion walking (towards the camera) along a road in recaptured Bapaume during World War
I. Army lorries travel on the other side of the road. Also visible is the damage to the town itself. Photograph taken 14 September
1918 by Henry Armytage Sanders.
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H1044
The transport of a New Zealand Battalion passing through recaptured Bapaume, France, during World War I. Shows a line of horse drawn
wagons and carts moving down a road in the badly bombed town. Photograph taken 14 September 1918 by Henry Armytage Sanders.
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H1045
An army brass band leads a New Zealand Battalion passing through recaptured Bapaume in France. The commanders follow on horseback and
behind them troops on foot. The ruins of the town appear in the background. Photograph taken 14 September 1918 by Henry Armytage
Sanders.
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H1098
New Zealand army transport passing through recaptured Bapaume, France, in World War I. Horse and mule teams pull laden wagons along a
wide road. Also visible is the damage to the town itself. Photograph taken 14 September 1918 by Henry Armytage Sanders.
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