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Remembering the 12 OCs killed at Battle of Passchendaele

Twelve OCs were killed during the battle, the majority as officers and serving in the 36th (Ulster) Division. For Campbell College, the legacy is the 12 OCs who did not come back.

One of those casualties in the 36th Division was Second Lieutenant William Moore (OC 879)
One of those casualties in the 36th Division was Second Lieutenant William Moore (OC 879)
1 Aug 2017
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