the battle of Cambrai - 1917

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Lindsey G

 

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August 18, 2016

 

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The plan was quite complex but basically the German line would be broken by a concentrated attack across a narrow front between the Canal de Nord and the St. Quentin canal. Cambrai would then be encircled and Boulon Ridge would be captured. Fuller had initially reported that the raid was "to destroy? demoralize and disorganize? and not to capture ground...
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Fuller had initially reported that the raid was "to destroy? demoralize and disorganize? and not to capture ground." (Fuller, 1917) By the time that focus had shifted from Ypres to Cambrai the raid had become a full sized assault. The Tank Corps deployed its entire strength of 476 tanks, of which 350 were armed fighting tanks...
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