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There are 11,285 names engraved on the Vimy monument. They are the dead whose bodies have never been found, who have no final resting place. The monument was designed by Walter Alward and was unveiled in 1936.
The tunnels beneath Vimy Ridge provided underground passage for soldiers to move to the front lines. Many of the soldiers who went up and over the ridge in the morning spent their final night underground.
There are nearly 3000 graves that rest at Canada No. 2 cemetery on the ground of Vimy Ridge, including 378 Canadian who fought during the battle.