The shear number of unknown soldiers at the Canadian Cemetery No. Two is daunting. Large number of unknown soldiers lead to the invention of dog tags for the members of the military something that is still in use today. This cemetery and others from the surrounding battlefield are home to 2950 Commonwealth servicemen who died from 1914 until the end of the hostilities located at The Canadian National Vimy Memorial in France.

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