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Aubers Ridge

(Battleground Books: World War I)

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This book describes the action of 9 May 1915 when the battalions of the 1st Division, 7th Division and the Indian Army attacked Aubers Ridge. Their objective was to break the German line and cut the supply route to the enemy troops fighting to the south against a French Offensive at Vimy Ridge.In true Battleground style, the dramatic story is told through the actions of th ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published September 19th 2005 by Pen & Sword Books
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