File:The Hundred Days Offensive, August-november 1918 Q9269.jpg

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English: The Hundred Days Offensive, August-november 1918
Battle of Amiens. A dump of German artillery guns and howitzers captured by the British Fourth Army, 27 August 1318. One in foreground was captured by the Australian Corps (note a message scribbled on the barrel - "Captured by Anzac Corps. What about the Tanks?"). Those in the foreground are all 21 cm Mörser 16 heavy howitzers.
Date (First World War)
Source http://media.iwm.org.uk/iwm/mediaLib//235/media-235144/large.jpg
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Part of Ministry of Information First World War Official Collection
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  • Associated people and organisations
    British Army, Australian Army, Australian Army, Australian Corps
  • Associated places
    Amiens, Somme, France
  • Associated events
    Hundred Days Offensive, Western Front, First World War
  • Associated themes
    Australian Army 1914-1918, British Army 1914-1918, Western Front 1914-1918
  • Associated keywords
    War Trophies
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