To get into the enemy trenches and destroy the enemy moral.
Because germany wanted to get to the english channel
Second Battle of Ypres happened on 25-04-22.
May 25, 1915: Second Battle of Ypres ends in Bellewaarde
The second battle of ypres had Canada as one of their involvements.as of many others,too.
Poison gas was first used by the Germans at Second Battle of Ypres during the First World War.
World War 1Both the First Battle of Ypres and the Second Battle of Ypres were bloody, but the second stands out because it was the first use of poison gas by the Germans. World War 2Battle of the Bulge or the Ardenne Forrest. Napoleonic WarsThe Battle of Waterloo.
Germany. They used Chlorine gas in the second battle of Ypres.
I assume that you are talking about the second battle) 6,000 people died at Ypres.
second battle of ypres
The Second Battle of Ypres was the first poison gas attack of the war. It was made by the Germans, and chlorine gas was used. This battle also inspired John McCrae's poem 'In Flanders Field'. In addition, Canadian troops were proved capable in their success in holding the line regardless of the gas.
Battle of Passchendaele (July 31 - November 6, 1917) also known as the Third Battle of Ypres
Germany, France and England
In April 1915, Germany began using poison gas for the first time during the Second Battle of Ypres, in this case chlorine gas. In previous months they had used tear gas with little effect. The Second Battle of Ypres was also the first time a former colony, Canada, defeated a European power on European soil.
In Canada (where I learned History), Britain, and France, the teachers and textbooks say that the Germans used poison gas in the battle of Ypres, however I have heard that Germans deny the use of this. \-- Both sides used poison gas. The Second Battle of Ypres saw the first use on the Western Front. 5,700 canisters containing 168 tons of chlorine gas were released by the German troops on Apr. 22. A second batch was released 2 days later against Canadian troops.
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There were three battles of Ypres in World War I:The First Battle of Ypres: October 19, 1914 to November 13, 1914 (Allied Victory)The Second Battle of Ypres: April 22, 1915 to May 25, 1915 (Indecisive)The Third Battle of Ypres: July 11, 1917 to November 10, 1917 (Mixed Victory)
1914 - the Battle of Mons, and the First Battle of Ypres. 1915 - The Second Battle of Ypres. 1916 - The Battle of the Somme 1917 - The Third Battle of Ypres, The Battle of Cambrai. 1918 - The German Spring Offensive, The Allied Counter-Offensive.
There were 5 battles of Ypres during WW1.Here are the dates for all 5 battlesFirst Battle of Ypres: October 19 - November 22, 1914Second Battle of Ypres: April 22 - May 15, 1915Third Battle of Ypres: July 31 - November 6, 1917Fourth Battle of Ypres: April 9 - April 29, 1918Fifth Battle of Ypres: September 28 - October 2, 1918
The First Battle of Ypres was fought by France, Belgium and the UK against Germany. It took place during October and November of 1914.
It took place in France
The poem "In Flanders Fields" by John McCrae was written during the Second Battle of Ypres.Ypres is a city in Belgium.
The Second Battle of Ypres was fought during World War 1. It involved several countries including the French Empire and the British Empire, against the German Empire.
John Giles has written: 'The Ypres Salient' -- subject(s): Description and travel, Ypres, 1st Battle of, 1914, Ypres, 1st Battle of, Ieper, Belgium, 1914, Ypres, 2d Battle of, 1915, Ypres, 2nd Battle of, Ieper, Belgium, 1915, Ypres, 3d Battle of, 1917, Ypres, 3rd Battle of, Ieper, Belgium, 1917
First Battle of Ypres:50,000-85,000 French soldiers21,000 Belgian soldiers19,500 German soldiersSecond Battle of Ypres:70,000 Allied soldiers35,000 German soldiersBattle of Passchendaele (Third Battle of Ypres):Between 200,000-500,000 Allied soldiers (total figures are disputed)Between 250,000-400,000 German soldiersBattle of the Lys (Fourth Battle of Ypres):120,000 Allied soldiers120,000 German soldiersFifth Battle of Ypres:Exact figures not available. Proceeded by the Battle of Courtrai.