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Ypres - Felix Cullen - We were there

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The Bluff from the International Trench, Ypres, April and May 1919
In his personal diary, Felix Cullen mentions the trench shown in this photograph. The Ypres region, in Belgium, was the site of some of the deadliest battles in the First World War. The Canadian Expeditionary Force lost more that 6,700 soldiers here.

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