In one of the last cavalry charges of the First World War, a Canadian cavalry attack in 1918 managed to contain a German forward movement during the Saint-Quentin Offensive, but at a great cost. Of the 150 horses deployed in the charge, how many survived German machine guns?

Answer: Four.

Source: World War One: A Political, Social and Military History by Spencer C. Tucker.

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