CANADIANS AT THE MENIN GATE, following the liberation of Ypres on September 7,1944, paid their tribute to the memory of 55,000 officers and men whose names are inscribed upon the Memorial. Unveiled on July 24, I9J7, the Menin Gate Memorial was erectei in honour of “the Armies of the British Empire who stood here from 1914-18 and to those of their dead who have no known graves.” Through the arch is seen the tower of the rebuilt Ypres Cloth Hall. Photo, Associated Prss m s/he I V o /ill l i i&f c u i ted n r m S,XPENCE E d i ted b y Sir John Hammer ron -OCTOBER 27,,9441 lr ————mil ¦—NO .193 WILL BE PUBLISHED .FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 10
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