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The last man: Canadian WWI soldier died at 2 minutes to peace

CBC.ca Saturday, 10 November 2018
The last man: Canadian WWI soldier died at 2 minutes to peaceGeorge Lawrence Price is believed to be the last Commonwealth soldier killed in the First World War, dying just two minutes before armistice 100 years ago. His legacy is still deeply felt in the Belgian community where he died.
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