100th World War I Anniversary: Canadian Corps and the 100 Days: NSDM

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ID:SEM18135679
Category:Seminar
Rules:Game system not specified
Time slot:Thu Aug 2 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm (1 hour)
Cost:$0.00
Host:Mark McDonagh (National Security Decision Making Game, Inc.)
Ages:Everyone (6+)
Experience required:None (You've never played before - rules will be taught)
Materials provided?Yes
Location:Embassy Suites, room Consulate
Tickets:78 out of 100 are available (as of 3 hours ago (9:30 am Tuesday August 14th, 2018))
Event added:Sun Apr 22 9:06 am

The last 100 days of World War One saw the Canadian Corps in nearly continuous action. An examination of key battles & tactics to show how this Corps became “The Shock Army of the British Empire.”

The last 100 days of World War One saw the Canadian Corps in nearly continuous action on the Western Front. Despite having a maximum strength of 120,000 men, the Canadians were at the forefront of British Empire forces pushing German forces out of the Hindenburg Line and back into Belgium. This lecture discusses key battles, tactics and innovations that led the Canadian Corps to become “The Shock Army of the British Empire.” Presenter: Mike Tucker of the NSDMG staff.

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