November 11, a peace to end peace

The National War Memorial in Ottawa, probably Canada's best-known public sculpture, was commissioned in 1925 to commemorate the First World War.

Jim Creskey
Published: Wednesday, 11/09/2011 12:00 am EST

The National War Memorial in Ottawa, probably Canada's best-known public sculpture, was commissioned in 1925 to commemorate the First World War. The government asked at the time that the monument "not glorify war."

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