Battle of Passchendaele Poster (V.2)


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In the fall of 1917, three years into the First World War, the front was a ruined and shattered battlefield of endless craters and mud that trapped the living and the dead. The Canadian Corps was thrust into this menacing warscape to help Britain, France and Belgium achieve a long-sought goal—destroy the enemy’s will to fight. That did not happen, but Passchendaele was Canada’s third major victory of 1917.

In this photo: Fatigued members of the 16th Canadian Machine Gun Company hold the line in shell holes during the Battle of Passchendaele in November 1917.


18″ x 12″ (Actual print size is: 17 3/8” x 11 9/16” approx.) 
• Printed on ultra smooth white cover stock
• Packaged in an acid free protective sleeve
• Matting and framing are the responsibility of the purchaser

36″ x 24″
• Printed on premium poster paper
• Packaged and mailed in a poster tube
• Matting and framing are the responsibility of the purchaser

Weight 501 g
Dimensions 67 × 7 × 7 cm

36 x 24, 18 x 12

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