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Little Respite - Georges Vanier - We were there
Canadian Soldiers Digging-In and Waiting for the Next Wave to Pass by Them so They Could Move Forward, August 1918
The movement of the war, as compared to the lack of mobility in the four previous years, altered the landscape. Motorized vehicles played an increasingly important role as combat zones spread out, separated by relatively untouched areas.
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