27 Feb 2012 20:06
This sculpture at Vimy Ridge National Historic Site of Canada is, I think, a powerful statement on the pain of loss brought about by death in war. Walter Seymour Allward's memorial was completed in 1936. The names of 11,285 Canadians who died in France during World War One but without a known grave are inscribed on the monument.
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