Canadians searching captured German trenches for hiding Germans at Vimy Ridge, during the Battle of Vimy Ridge (Source: William Ivor Castle. Canada. Dept. of National Defence. Library and Archives Canada, PA-001129)
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They are planning to publish a book in 2014 called The Great War Album, and they will accept submissions until August 2013.
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