JFK’s Last Hundred Days is listed in and

The Last Hundred Days: A Novel


Last Hundred Days August 8,1918 to November 11, 1918 World War One 2

-Better methods of Communication There was none, Allied forces came in from all directions pushing Germany out of Belgium. Then Germany asked for an armistice to end 'the war to end all wars'. Thus, the war was ended in this way. Battle of Amiens Battle of Arras The Hundenburg Line Canal du Nord and Battle of Cambrai Battle of Mons Why is the battle remembered today? What was its legacy? Canada's Last Hundred Days There are 3 memorials in commemoration for the Canadians that fought in the Hundred Days Offensive. There stands a monument for the following battles:

In order to provide a more complete picture of events during the last hundred days of the First World War, culminating in the declaration of the Armistice on 11 November 1918, a description of the Canadian Corps' actions, including those of its allies Great Britain, France, Belgium and the United States, has been provided. Other significant events have also been noted.

JFK's Last Hundred Days August 6th, 2013

The Last Hundred Days | New Republic

In fact, and as a grim reminder of the consequences of war, the Corps rarely suffered less than one hundred casualties per day during the last hundred days of the First World War.

During "The Last Hundred Days," 30 Canadians and Newfoundlanders earned the Victoria Cross (VC), the highest award for military valour they could receive. The experiences of two of these men-one who earned his VC at the beginning of this period and one who earned his VC in the final two weeks of the war-serve as examples of the kind of courage that many showed.