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Canadians advancing east of Arras.
Canadian troops did not have any chance to rest between the Battle of Arras and that of Amiens, which preceded it. The enemy, seeing that the attacking troops were Canadian, resolved to retreat without a prolonged fight to defend their positions.
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Canada. Department of National Defence Collection 1964-114
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