WOOD CALLED BOURLON The Cover-up After Cambrai 1917

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Why did victory in the tank offensive at Cambrai in 1917 so quickly turn to failure? In asking and answering this question, William Moore concentrates on the fighting for Bourlon Wood, a maelstrom into which Scottish soldiers, Welshmen, Ulstermen, Yorkshiremen, Lancastrians and Londoners were all drawn – and which was eventually captured by the Canadians.

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