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“ As far as I could see, south, north along the ridge, there were the Canadians. And I experienced my first full sense of nationhood”. ~ ...

Saturday, 25 March 2017

Introducing the Vimy Flute

After working hard a long on the Vimy Flute Stephen Rensink has completed his work.  Please enjoy these pictures of the Vimy Flute. 

Another thing to not is the acorns burnt into the wood.  This represent the acorns to which Lt. Mill took from the ridge in those days after the battle.

This is a line from Penn Kemp's poem 'The Stand of Oak' "In the slow dream of trees may the men awake
who died here". 
Notice the color of the glass beads match the divisional colors of the four Canadian Division that fought on April 9th at Vimy.

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