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The Battle of Amiens.

A stunning Allied victory.

The weapons, the organisation, the methods... all British.

The Aussies and the Canadians might have brought their own special magic to the show, but at the end of the day this was a British victory, and to the British High Command goes the credit.

It was the start of a hundred unbroken days of the same thing, extending right to the end of the war, with the British Expeditionary Force romping with ease through the sorts of defensive systems which, two years previously, had held them at bay for months at horrendous cost.

That, my friends, is what you call an exit strategy.
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