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The First Liberation of 1918
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Gravel, Michel. Nous Sommes Francais!, Louvier, France: Ysec Média, 2010

-D’Arras à Cambrai par le chemin le plus long, Louvier : Ysec Média, 2008

Edmonds, James. Military Operations France and Belgium 1918 Volume I, IV and V, London: Imperial War Museum, 1947

Nicholson, GWL, Canadian Expeditionary Force 1914-1919, Ottawa: Queen’s Printer, 1964

           -The Gunners of Canada, Toronto; McClelland and Stewart, 1967

Allender, Rolland, 1914-1918 Dans le Nord, Saint-Cyr-sur-Loire : Alan Sutton, 2006

Bacot, George, Ecourt-Saint-Quentin, Saint-Cyr-sur-Loire : Alan Sutton, 2004

Becker, Annette, Les Cicatrices Rouges 14-18 : Fayard, 2010

Livesay, JFB, Canada’s Hundred Days, Toronto : Thomas Allen, 1919

Bennett, SG, The 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles, Toronto: Murray, 1926

Rusenolt, ES, Six Thousand Canadian Men, Winnipeg: De Montfort Press, 1932

MacDonald JA, Gun-Fire: The 4th Brigade, CFA Association, Date unknown

Duguid, A Fortescue, Canadian Grenadier Guards 1760-1964, Montreal: Gazette Printing Company, 1965

Williams JL & Steel, RJ, The Suicide Battalion, Edmonton: Hurtig 1978

Kay, Hugh & Magee, George & MacLennan, Finlay, Battery Action!, Ottawa: CEF Books 2002

Snell, AE, CAMC With the Canadian Corps During the Last Hundred Days of the Great War, Ottawa: Acland, 1924

Wheeler, Victor, The 50th Battalion in No Man’s Land, Ottawa; CEF Books, 2000

Kerr, Wilfred, Arms of the Maple Leaf, Ottawa: CEF Books, 2005

Bird, Will, Thirteen Years After, Ottawa: CEF Books, 2001

Lechevin, Ernest, Sous le Joug Allemand: 1919

Currie, Arthur, Personal Diaries: Available from Library and Archives Canada

Wigney, Edward, Guests of the Kaiser, Ottawa: CEF Books, 2008

Franks, Norman; Guest, Russel; Bailey, Frank, Bloody April…Black September, London; Grubb Street 1995


Christie, Norm, For King and Empire, the Canadians at Arras, Ottawa; CEF Books 1997

Report of the Ministry, Overseas Military Forces of Canada 1918, London

SHASN, L'occupation allemande de Noyon : 1914-1917 : Les carnets de guerre d'une soeur infirmière, Louviers : Ysec Éditions, 2007.

Girardet, Jean-Marie; Jacques, Alain; Letho Duclos, Jean-Luc, Sur l’axe stratégique Arras-Cambrai, Cecle archéologique arrageois, 1999.

MacLeod, Norman, 6th (Service) Battalion., Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders, Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons Ltd., 1934.

James, Fred, Canadas Triumph Amiens-Arras-Cambrai-August-September—October 1918, Canadian War Records Office, London: Charles and Son circa 1918

Poincaré, Raymond, In the Service of France: Verdun, 1916 (Vol. VIII)

Esposito, Vincent, The West Point Atlas of War, World War 1: No date

Russenholt, Edgar and Davies, Rodney, Six thousand Canadian men : Being the history of the 44th Battalion Canadian Infantry 1914-1919: Forty-Fourth Battalion Association by De Montfort Press, 1932

Publications :

Cercle d’Études Historique d’Écourt Saint Quentin, number 8, December 2008

The War Illustrated, 5th October 1918

Le Panorama de la Guerre 1914-1919, Issue 116

L’Illustration, 14, September 1918

The Illustrated London News, September 21, 1918

The New York Times, September 5th, 1918

War Diaries:

All are available online and Library and Archives Canada.
4th Canadian Division

10th & 11th Canadian Infantry Brigades

44th, 46th, 47th, 50th, 54th, 85th, 87th, and 4th Canadian Mounted Rifle Battalions

3rd, 4th Brigades & 8th Army Brigade, Canadian Field Artillery

…and the most important works which are the cornerstone of this book:

Kentner, George, Some Recollections of the Battles of World War 1: unpublished

Leroy, Clémence, Sous le Joug: privately published by Claude Belin circa 2010

The author’s own investigations in the field
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