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Vimy Ridge Canadian Memorial nr Vimy France

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The Vimy Memorial is one of eight Canadian First World War memorials in Europe. It was constructed as the national memorial in tribute of the 66,000 Canadian war dead, including 11,285 with no known grave in France. Inscribed on the ramparts of the memorial are the names of the Canadian soldiers who were posted "missing, presumed dead" in France.

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20th Oct 2008 by Mick Young

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History

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