On August 8th, 1918, Allied forces in France launched the Hundred Days Offensive, one of the first combined arms operations of the war that included hundreds of tanks, airplanes, and artillery guns. The offensive was largely a success for the Allies with Germany losing almost 75,000 troops and thousands of machine guns and mortars. The largest prize for the Allies was a massive 28cm German railway gun nicknamed “Bruno”, which had been shelling the French city of Amiens.
Brickmania is a company that specializes in high-quality, custom military kits and minifigures using LEGO® and aftermarket elements.This Brickmania animation features a brief history of the battle and highlights the capture of the railway gun. Produced by our talented animators Austin and Amanda, this episode recreates the circumstances surrounding the capture of the massive weapon. Narrated by Dan Siskind, Brickmania is proud to present WWI In LEGO - The Capture of the Amiens Gun.
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For reference, correct pronunciation of Canberra is available at https://forvo.com/word/canberra/
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