AiX'-Noufette. Nenm U e tare 'Devin wv/grny A v Dion cor o u n l Beaumont quwm * 4 #:Ache v iif e fcARENCV. f e JF* VIMY aL\ Fo/ie F res n f a j DOUAI en' Gohafie Les Ti/ieu/s &WM Bio c fu e r-c bin y * Q u i lyre a N o tte t t f h va!r lABYRfNTH G a v r e t few m .fl i :¦M**. VfTWY A min.|$t tau r e )lr P h u v a h i A t hies ARRAS fl< x u x ®y:D a i n vi/ k iq Sud/s ar-t NEARLY 200,000 MEN FELL HEREIn this contour map is seen the terrain on which much of the fighting described In this section took place. It was from the dotted line that the heroic Canadian attack on Vimy Ridge started on April 9. During the battle of Arras, which went on until June 7, the British casualties numbered close upon 200,000, to some extent due to the fact that the attack, as happened at the battles of the Somme (1916) and 3rd Ypres (1917), was pressed long after all chance of important gains had gone.
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