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Menin Gate Memorial
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The Menin Gate was the place for a memorial to be built as so many men had passed through the gate on the way to the trenches, a tag line at the time was 'Tell the last man through to bolt the gate'. It bears the names of 54,896 (40,244 UK, 6198 Australian, 6983 Canadian, 564 South African, 6 BWI and 4217 Indian), names of those who died between 1914 and 15th Aug 1917 who have no known grave.
The 139 names of the - 37th men listed on the Menin Gate Memorial
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