On 21 March 1918 German troops broke through the allied lines and threatened to advance with devastating consequences for the outcome of the war. The New Zealand division played a significant role in blunting their attack. Here Kiwi soldiers take a breather on the front line at La Signy Farm on 6 April 1918, the day after the major Battle of the Ancre.
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