Who won Cambrai?
Battle of Cambrai (1918)
|Battle of Cambrai, 1918|
|Canadian troops advancing along the Arras-Cambrai Road|
|Date 8–10 October 1918 Location Cambrai, France50.1767°N 3.2356°ECoordinates:50.1767°N 3.2356°E Result Allied victory|
|British Empire United Kingdom Canada New Zealand||German Empire|
When did the Battle of Cambrai start and end?
November 20, 1917 – December 6, 1917Battle of Cambrai / Period
When did the Battle of Cambrai end?
What happened at the Battle of Cambrai?
Battle of Cambrai, British offensive (November–December 1917) on the Western Front during World War I that marked the first large-scale, effective use of tanks in warfare.
What happened at the Battle of Cambrai in 1917?
A captured British tank in 1917 (Battle of Cambrai). The Battle of Cambrai is commemorated annually by the Royal Tank Regiment on Cambrai day, a major event in the regiment’s calendar. The contributions of the Newfoundland Regiment at the 1917 Battle of Cambrai are remembered in the village of Masnières at the Masnières Newfoundland Memorial.
What was Landrecies to Cambrai?
Landrecies to Cambrai: Case Studies of German Offensive and Defensive Operations on the Western Front 1914–17. Solihull: Helion. ISBN 978-1-906033-76-7.
What is the Cambrai Cemetery?
The Cambrai Communal Cemetery is a large, mainly German burial ground of the 1914-1918 War. There are now over 70, 1939-45 war casualties commemorated on this site. Cambrai East Military Cemetery was made by the Germans during their occupation and laid out with the greatest care, with monuments erected to the French, Commonwealth and German dead.
What was the name of the tank in the Battle of Cambrai?
A Mark IV (Male) tank of ‘H’ Battalion, ‘Hyacinth’, ditched in a German trench while supporting 1st Battalion, Leicestershire Regiment near Ribecourt during the Battle of Cambrai, 20 November 1917. 1917: a British tank destroyed by the Germans on the Western Front during World War I. (Battle of Cambrai).