FH Battle of the Sheldt 1944
In the fall of 1944, British forces captured the city of Antwerp, the tactical advantage of the city was it\'s massive harbour, needed by the allies to speed up the delivery of essential supplies and
men. Hindered only by the build up of german guns, that prevented allied shipping from reaching Antwerp. Located just out of range from British forces prompted the need for a full scale attack on the Sheldt Estuary, the First Canadian Army was assigned the task, although this map is *based* on historical fact, it is merely my rendition of the battle, the map is *not* historicly accurate. go to \"http://www.vac-acc.gc.ca/remembers/sub.cfm?source=history\" for more info on Canada\'s role in the Second World War. :D CANADIAN Army!!