File:Battle of the Canal Du Nord, 27 September - 1 October 1918 CO3302.jpg

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English: Battle of the Canal Du Nord, 27 September - 1 October 1918
German prisoners taken by the 4th Canadian Division during its crossing of the Canal du Nord on 27 September 1918. The prisoners are near Inchy, which was just behind the Canadian sector of the front, to the west of the canal.
Date (First World War)
Source http://media.iwm.org.uk/iwm/mediaLib//365/media-365056/large.jpg
IWMLondonThumbnail.jpg This is photograph CO 3302 from the collections of the Imperial War Museums. Flag of the United Kingdom.svg
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creator QS:P170,Q10856720
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Part of Canadian First World War Official Exchange Collection
Subjects
  • Associated people and organisations
    Imperial German Army, Canadian Army, 4th Canadian Division
  • Associated events
    Battle of the Canal Du Nord, Battles of the Hindenburg Line 1918, Western Front, First World War
  • Associated themes
    Canadian Army 1914-1918, German Army 1914-1918, Western Front 1914-1918
  • Associated keywords
    Casualties, Prisoners
Category photographs
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current01:35, 6 October 2017Thumbnail for version as of 01:35, 6 October 20173,508 × 2,814 (2.71 MB)Ducksoup (talk | contribs)Resolution 800×642, replace with 3,508×2,814
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