During the last 100 Days of the First World War, Canada became the vanguard of the Allied forces. The mere presence of Canadians warned the German forces that an attack was coming. Therefore the movement of Canadians during this period became of upmost secrecy.
Success followed success, and the stagnation of previous years ended. The Allied forces pushed against the German lines, ultimately wearing down the enemy leading up to the Armistice on November 11, 1918. For a breakdown of Canada's 100 Days Timeline and the Signals Contribution, click on the PDF below.