In Honour of Remembrance Day, 100 Days to Victory Premieres on Sunday, November 11 at 9 and 10 p.m. ET/PT on HISTORY® Canada 

To mark the 100-year anniversary of the worlds bloodiest war ending, HISTORY recreates the final days of WWI in the captivating two-part docudrama 100 Days to Victory. The cinematic reenactments and insights from key Canadian military historians, Margaret MacMillanShane Schreiber and Tim Cook highlight the pivotal Canadian contribution that helped bring an end to the First World War and led to innovative military strategies.

In early 1918, the Allies had their backs to the wall as a great German offensive sweeps westward in a final bid to win WWI. Faced with impending defeat, French Marshal Ferdinand Foch and British Field Marshal Douglas Haig need the fresh perspectives provided by Canadian General Arthur Currie and Australian General John Monash. Working together, the Allies revitalize their attacks with revolutionary tactics, indomitable bravery and endless determination. Our heroes rose above past disasters, overcame their own personal demons and learned to collaborate in order to triumph.

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