National War Memorial


National War Memorial – Confederation Square, Ottawa

The National War Memorial, also known as “The Response,” was unveiled in 1939 to commemorate the service of Canadians in the First World War 1914-1918. The memorial has come to symbolize the sacrifice of all Canadians who have served Canada in time of war.

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