Horror was commonplace. Slaughter was mundane. Four Canadians would win the Victoria Cross.
April 9, 2010 11:04 PM Subscribe
Canada was another country before it was born. In the fire of the battle of Vimy Ridge, people who were born in Canada, or who came to Canada, came together, as Canadians, in one of the defining battles of the the First World War. This is the 93rd anniversary of the greatest unifying event in Canadian history.
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