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Battle:

August 23, 1914

Campaign:  Western Front  
War: World War I 1914 - 1918
 
Where: Mons
Western Front
Belgium
 
 

Opponents

Belligerents: Canada Germany
Britain  
 
Commanders:

 Sir John French

Alexander von Kluck

Forces: 2 Corps, 1 Cal Division 300 Guns 4 Corps 3 Divisions 600 Guns
 
Result:

British Victory

 
Casualties: Canada & Allies Opponents
Casualties - 1,638 Casualties - 5,000




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