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Sir Douglas Haig Attacks on a 20-mile front east of Amiens with the Fourth British Army, Sir Henry Rawlinson, and the Frst [sic] French Army, General Débeney; British reach their objectives north and south of the Somme; French attack from Braches and cross the Avre; 100 guns and 7,000 prisoners captured by 3 o’clock, advance in one place reaching a depth of seven miles.