“ French soldiers in a bayonet charge, up a steep slope in the Argonne Forest in During the Second Battle of Champagne, French soldiers advanced against a force of Germans, momentarily gaining a small amount of.pin by Paolo Marzioli
Divided reverse. No correspondence. Unknown location, possibly the Argonne Sector. The entrance to a German dugout. Bad ventilation and dampness were a permanent problem in the dugouts. Such small entries led down a narrow staircase into the underground shelter.
For Canadian infantry, their first engagement against the German Army came during the attack near Ypres called 'The Second Battle of Ypres', where the Germans first used poison gas on the Western Front.