Second Battle of Champagne France World War I September French troops advancing through the German lines Begun on the th of September the Second Battle of Champagne was an offensive launched by the French Although the attack initially broke through and gained two miles of ground the deployment of reinforcements enabled the Germans to halt the advance By November a German counter attack had recaptured all the lost ground The battle had cost the French casualties
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