On November 6, 1917, the British and Canadian forces captured what was left of the village of Passchendaele.
This village lay only five miles from the starting point of the battle. The success had taken three months, 310,000 British
men, and 260,000 German men. Of the British casualities, 15,654 of these men were Canadian soldiers aiding the British
For all the fighting and casualities that had been lost, the final result for the Allied Forces were that they seized 5 km
squared of land and mud.