Vimy Ridge has been mentioned more than a dozen times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'World War I' where it has less than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Vimy Ridge had the highest popularity figure in August, 2016.
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[...] the conflict from the perspective of Michael Dunne, a war hero and veteran of the Battle of Vimy Ridge, who returns home after the death of his squad. Used for propaganda, he is forced to return [...]
[...] , would be a towering eight-storey figure modeled on the famous Canada Bereft statue at Vimy Ridge. The design manages to be both kitschy and reminiscent of the over-sized monuments beloved of [...]
[...] to the Canadian Armed Forces. It has seen incredible life. It’s been on the battlefields of Vimy Ridge, where well over 3000 Canadians lost their lives in the first World War. All the names of the [...]
[...] the grand size of the monument no doubt reflects a desire to parallel the popular and majestic Vimy Ridge memorial, it also reflects historical symbolism of another kind. As Emanuel Jannasch of the [...]
[...] truth we owe our dead. And now look down, to the resting place of a Canadian boy who died at Vimy Ridge. We don’t know his name. He is our unknown soldier. In anonymity he honours all Canadians who [...]
[...] France. The hospital had 1,560 beds under tents covering 26 acres. Wounded soldiers from Vimy Ridge, Battle of the Somme, the third battle of Ypres and Passchendaele were brought to the hospital [...]
[...] the memorial. The remains of an unidentified Canadian were taken from a military cemetery near Vimy Ridge in France and re-interred in the tomb in a solemn service. The centrepiece of Remembrance Day [...]
[...] “from every station in life,” including mothers who lost sons in battles such as Saint-Éloi and Vimy Ridge. The battle of the Saint-Éloi Craters unfolded in April 1916 as a series of attacks and [...]