100 Years Later – Remembering The Soldiers Who Died In The World War I ‘Battle Of Passchendaele’

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The battle of Passchendaele began on July 31, 1917, near Ypres in Belgium and ended on November 6 of that same year. For the British, the battle became a symbol of the senseless slaughter of World War I. After three years of pushing through Flanders, British commander-in-chief Douglas Haig launched a major offensive for control of…


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