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Canadian Armoured Cars Going into Action, August 9, 1918
The use of these vehicles shows the greater mobility of war at this stage. Given the success of Allied troops in the first days of the Battle of Amiens, German Marshal Ludendorff regarded this as the point of no return for his armies.
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