Sunday, October 26, 2014

On This Day In Canadian History....

1917 - Sir Arthur Currie's Canadian Corps starts its first action against well entrenched Germans, taking over where the Anzac troops left off, to capture the Belgian town of Passchendaele. The Flanders bloodbath lasts until Nov. 30. In total, 2,834 Canadian lives are lost and casualties reach 16,000, to win just five square km of muddy quagmire. Canadians win two Victoria Crosses the first day of the battle.

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