Cambrai (disambiguation)

Cambrai (disambiguation)

Cambrai is a village in France. It may also refer to:
*Cambrai, South Australia, a small town in Australia
*Archdiocese of Cambrai in northern France
*Battle of Cambrai (1917), noted for the first successful use of tanks in a combined arms operation, but ultimately won by Germany
*Battle of Cambrai (1918), in October 1918 was a British and Canadian victory

ee also

*Cambray, Ontario, a rural Canadian community

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