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This article was written nineteen years after the smoke cleared over Vimy Ridge and succinctly tells the story of that battle in order that we can better understand why thousands of Canadian World War One veterans crossed the ocean a second time in order to witness the unveiling of the memorial dedicated to those Canadians who died there:

"Walter S. Allward (1876 1955), Canadian sculptor, worked fourteen years on the completion of the monument, which cost $1,500,000."

The article also touches upon some of the weird events that have taken place at Vimy Ridge since the war ended.

Click here to read an article about the German veterans of W.W. I.

     


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The Monument at Vimy Ridge (The Literary Digest, 1936)

The Monument at Vimy Ridge (The Literary Digest, 1936)

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