The Spring Offensive
In early 1918, the Germans launch a mighty attack advancing more than 60 kilometers in only three days. The onslaught triggers a command crisis: British and French Field Marshalls Haig and Foch want Australia's General Monash and Canada's General Currie, to apply their minds to perfecting a new way of waging war - one that will deliver ultimate victory. The generals arrive at the same conclusion: the path to victory lays with the use of the latest communication equipment to carefully co-ordinate artillery, tanks, aircraft and infantry. It's not only the beginning of 'total war', but the birth of modern warfare. By August, they're ready... for what will become a major turning point in the War: the battle of Amiens.