During the Battle of Hill 70, more than 9,000 Canadians were killed, wounded or taken prisoner between August 15 and August 25, 1917. The following list represents the men from Brantford, Brant County and the Six Nations who were casualties from the time the Canadian Corp relieved I Corps of the British Army on July 10 (opposite the City of Lens) until the end of operations on August 25.
Click on the following names to find out more about these men:
Robert Anson Atkins - Later Killed in Action, November 10, 1918
Edward Burty Groat - Later Killed in Action, October 1, 1918
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