By Alan MacLeod
Remembered in Broze and Stone conjures up the years instantly following the 1st global conflict, while grief was once nonetheless freshly felt in groups from one finish of Canada to the opposite. This e-book tells the tale of the nation’s warfare memorials—particularly bronze or stone sculptures depicting Canadian soldiers—through the artists who conceived them, the groups that outfitted them, and, specially, those that died within the warfare and have been immortalized in those lovely sculptures raised of their honour. A century has handed considering the fact that Canadians have been scarred by way of the lack of greater than sixty thousand little children, who now lie in far flung battlefield graves. Highlighting greater than one hundred thirty monuments from coast to coast, Remembered in Bronze and Stone revives a pivotal interval in historical past that modified Canada forever.
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Remembered in Bronze and Stone: Canada's Great War Memorial Statuary by Alan MacLeod