October 26, 1917: The Day the Ravebeek Ran Grey


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by George Scott Auer

October 26, 1917 would become the seminal point in Grey County’s military history. Thirty-seven Grey County men would perish and a Victoria Cross would be won. This is a comprehensive look at the genesis and local outcome of one of the most horrific battles of the Great War – the battle that is more commonly known by the town where it stopped: Passchendaele.


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