Hundred Days Offensive News

Conclusion of 100 Days Offensive 100th Anniversary

At 1100 on 11 Nov 1918 Armistice was signed following the Canadian’s 100 Days Offensive. However, the war was not over for these soldiers. It would not be until the Spring of 1919 before they returned home. Those that did return home would suffer a lifetime of undiagnosed post-traumatic stress disorder known as Shell Shock. Today we honour their sacrifice. We Will Remember Them. Lest We Forget.

This has been a project of The Brockville Rifles Regimental Society. If you wish to contribute to this project please make a donation to Solider On,

Image: Graves of three P.P.C.L.I. men. [Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry]. August, 1916, Courtesy of Library and Archives Canada.

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