The 100 Day's Offensive

August to November 1918

The 'Road to Victory' video series showcases the parts played by a number of Army Corps' during the '100 Days Offensive' that ran between August and November 1918. 

 

The Offensive was a mobile campaign that ended the previous years of stalemated trench warfare and proved to be the final allied push that saw the First World War end with an allied victory.

 

The Corps Museums Network, of which the Military Intelligence Museum is part, worked with a filmmaker to produce a video for each of the museums involved in the project, which was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

The videos show what the Intelligence Corps, the Medics, the Physical Training Corps, the Engineers and the Signals were doing in the build up to, and during this final, decisive stage of the war.

 

To view the films on YouTube, click on the button.  The Int Corps film might not come up immediately on your screen, so scroll along until you find it.

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