August 8, 2018 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
LeBreton Gallery, Canadian War Museum
$10 ($7 for students, seniors, & Members)

On the 100th anniversary of the pivotal Battle of Amiens, two of Canada’s foremost experts on the First World War offer fascinating insights into the last months of the conflict. Award-winning author J. L.Granatstein reveals how the burden of the war effort pushed Canadian society to the brink of disaster. War Museum historian and award-winning author Tim Cook explores the strategy and tactics that helped the Canadian Corps defeat the Germans in a series of victories from August 8 to November 11, 1918. This double feature will be followed by a moderated discussion with Granatstein and Cook, co-curators of an upcoming exhibition about the Hundred Days campaign.

Tickets available at the Box OIffice, by calling 819 776-7000, or at warmuseum.ca