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Clue: This type of light machine gun was first used by the Allied army during the First World War and could fire 500 to 600 rounds per minute.

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Clue: Unless soldiers worked under the cover of darkness, this obstacle slowed down an army's attack on opposing trenches during the First World War.

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Clue: Many people feel that our greatest victory here during the First World War marked Canada's "coming of age" as a country.

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Clue: Soldiers occupying this place sent and received messages via wireless radios or transmitters that were connected by cables laid down in trenches during the First World War.

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Clue: Canadians attacked through often waist-deep mud during this brutal First World War battle in Belgium in the fall of 1917.

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