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“Our Artillery Would Smash It All Up:” Canadian Artillery During the Battle of the Somme, September-November 1916
The historiography of the First World War has produced no recent comprehensive study of the Canadian artillery, despite its importance on the battlefield. This article seeks to explain how Canadian artillery evolved on the Somme. The central conclusions of this article are that the Canadian artillery’s performance during the battle was mixed, and that a number of technological, tactical, and organizational changes, not all of them Canadian, in the Canadian Corps that we recognize from the artillery of 1917-1918 were developed during, or as a result of, the Somme.
Hogan, Brendan "“Our Artillery Would Smash It All Up:” Canadian Artillery During the Battle of the Somme, September-November 1916." Canadian Military History 26, 2 (2017)