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Across

  • 2. Used to protect soldiers from chemical warfare. (2 words)
  • 5. Other name given to the first world war. (2 words)
  • 9. Four ____ make up a brigade.
  • 12. The location of the battle which was on of Canada's most important victories of the First world War. (2 words)
  • 13. He followed the troops and reeled out the double insulated wire.
  • 15. Location where officers gathered to plan strategies.
  • 16. The soldiers lived in these during the war.

Down

  • 1. Used to light up the battlefield at night.
  • 3. Used to transport the wounded and dead.
  • 4. You had to be careful not to get caught in its spikes. (2 words)
  • 6. It marks the grave of the war dead.
  • 7. Soldiers, called sappers, kept a close watch on enemy activity from here. (2 words)
  • 8. Situated about 8 kilometres back from the lines.
  • 10. A plane with 3 wings.
  • 11. A battle in the sky for air supremacy.
  • 14. Top part of a tank

Across

  • 2. Gas Mask
  • 5. Great War
  • 9. Battalions
  • 12. Vimy ridge
  • 13. Signaller
  • 15. Headquarters
  • 16. Trenches

Down

  • 1. Flare
  • 3. Stretcher
  • 4. Barbed Wire
  • 6. Cross
  • 7. Listening Post
  • 8. Cookhouse
  • 10. Triplane
  • 11. Dogfight
  • 14. Turret
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