Restoration of captured German First World War artillery underway in Canada

Posted on on 21 February 2013
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Date of publication: 21/02/2013

Bullet News Niagara has reported that a group of volunteers in Canada are making efforts to restore a piece of German artillery from the First World War.

The artillery piece was captured by Canadian forces at the Battle of Vimmy Ridge in 1917 and was recently discovered in a storage facility in Niagra.

It is planned to have the piece restored in time for the centenary of the battle in 2017.

To read the full article, visit the Bullet News Niagara website here.

Images courtesy of the Bullet News Niagara website.

Posted by: Daniel Barry, Centenary News