Vimy Ridge

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History

 

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Robert T

 

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May 6, 2015

 

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University

 

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It rose 61 m. above the Douai Plain which favoured the Germans because there was a gradual incline on the West. This meant that the Canadians would have to attack over open ground where they would become prime targets for German artillery, machine guns and rifle fire. Military mining played a big role in the battle of Vimy Ridge...
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Engineers built a network of tunnels under no-mans land. They also dug subways totalling more than 5 km. in length, through which assault troops could move to their jumping-off points. The subways provided protection from enemy artillery fire, and permitted the wounded to be brought back from the battlefield...
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