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Pack horses taking up ammunition - Vimy Ridge - War Diaries - Where we fought...

Pack horses taking up ammunition to the guns of the 20th Battery Canadian Field Artillery, Neuville St. Vaast, April 1917.
Photograph of the 20th Battery Canadian Field Artillery taking up ammunition.
In the Canadian forward area, roads and tramways were repaired and extended by pioneer and engineering units for the daily hauling of more than 720 tonnes or more of ammunition, rations and stores. Artillery ammunition allotted for the Vimy operation amounted to 38,250 tonnes.

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Canada. Department of National Defence Collection 1964-114
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