Raiding

Raids were often carried out during the First World War in order to capture prisoners and intelligence. Early in the war, Canadian troops would often mount surprise raids, but later vigilance made achieving surprise more difficult. Raids became carefully planned, and would involve the infantry and artillery. The artillery would bombard the enemy, hoping to destroy the barbed wire and kill the enemy’s front lines. Then the infantry would move in and attempt their mission.

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