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At the second Battle of Ypres, April 1915, a raw 1st Canadian Division suffered 6,036 casualties. The test of battle eliminated inept officers and showed survivors that careful staff work, preparation, and discipline were vital.
What is that cloud?
There shouldnt be any fog this time of day?
Hold your ground! Use your handkerchief soaked in urine to neutralize the fog!
Retreat! The fog is poisonous!
We must not let the Germans advance, Canadians! hold your ground!
We are glad to have aided in the defence of Ypres. The German advance has been stopped.
Thank you sir Sebastien as well as the rest of your battalion.
After the second battle of Ypres, Sebastien was promoted to lead a French battalion throughout the remainder of the war. Sebastien was later killed in action on Sunday April 8th, 1917 on the front lines of Vimy Ridge.
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