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After a popular showing at the Air force Museum at Wigram, ‘The Belgians Have Not Forgotten’ exhibition is now on display at the Rangiora Town Centre (Council Chambers) through September 15.
This unique exhibition commemorates the 1917 Battle of Passchendaele, fought between July 31 and November 10 in 1917, and was the bloodiest of the entire First World War. There
were in excess of 320,000 dead and wounded on the Allied side alone, for a territorial gain of just eight kilometres of ground before the battle finally ended.
Waimakariri is represented among the nearly 12,000 soldiers buried at the largest Commonwealth cemetery in the world, at Tyne Cot in Zonnebeke. For this reason, the Council’s decision to host the exhibition in Rangiora acknowledges the twinning relationship that Waimakariri has with the Belgian
town of Zonnebeke, home of the Museum of Passchendaele.
The popular exhibition was created by the Memorial Museum Passchendaele with funding and support from the Federal Government of Belgium. It also acknowledges the role the Passchendaele Trust has played in bringing the exhibition to the region.
Four meetings that would normally be held in the Council Chambers in Rangiora have been moved to other locations in order to accommodate the exhibition. The meetings that have been relocated are:
Here's a quick peek at the setup earlier this week: