Hundred Days Offensive

By: Noah

What Was Hundred Days Offensive?

1918. Nearing the end of World War I: This is when Hundred Days Offensive began.

Hundred Days Offensive took place at the end of the World War I. The Allies launched a series of offensives against the Central Powers. They forced Germans out of France and back behind the Hindenburg Line. This allowed them to get a rapid series of victories.

How Did it Get its Name?

It got its name from the consistent Allied victories during the late phase of the war. The name doesn't come from any specific battle or unified strategy.

How Did it Affect the War?

It affected the war by forcing the Germans back through their gained land, forcing them to leave behind supplies, heavy equipment, and more. This reduced their morale and capacity to resist.