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THE BATTLE OF VIMY RIDGE APRIL 1917

To perpetuate remembrance of the lost men of the First World War, and to mark the rededication of the Monument at Vimy, in April 2007, the 'Words From Vimy' project wishes to contact families across Canada who had relatives who took part in the battle of Vimy Ridge in 1917.

The Canadian National Vimy Memorial The Canadian National Vimy Memorial
One of Canada's most important overseas war memorials to those who served their country in World War I and risked or gave their lives during the war. It was constructed as the National Memorial for Canada's 66,000 war dead and is located in France on the site of the Battle of Vimy Ridge. France deemed the area surrounding the monument to be Canadian territory, as an expression of gratitude to the Canadian people for their sacrifice during the war. The entrance to the park bears the sign “the free gift in perpetuity of the French nation to the people of Canada”.

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If interested, please contact us at 1 888 555 5555 or email us at dummy_address@yahoo.com, or write us at, Vimy Project