100 Days to Victory – Historical Figures Biographies Cast

In early 1918, the Allies had their backs to the wall as a great German offensive swept westward in a final bid to win the bloodiest war of all. Yet, little more than six months later, Germany was forced to accept bitter, final defeat.

General Sir John Monash

General Sir John Monash

Played by Ben Mortley.

 

Sir John Monash, Australia’s most celebrated soldier. Read more..

 

 

General Sir Arthur Currie

General Sir Arthur Currie

Played by Bruce Turner.

 

Arthur Currie was born into a modest, farming family in Adelaide Township, Ontario, Canada in 1875. Read more..

 

 

Field Marshal Douglas Haig

Field Marshal Douglas Haig

Played by Malcolm Taylor.

 

Douglas Haig, the would-be commander for all British and Empire Forces in the First World War, was born into great wealth in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1861. Read more..

 

 

Marshal Ferdinand Foch

Marshal Ferdinand Foch

Played by Denis Lamonde.

 

Born in 1851 in Tarbes, France, Ferdinand Foch would go on to become the Supreme Allied Commander towards the end of World War One. Read more..