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Designed by Toronto architect and sculptor Walter Allward, who described his masterwork as a "sermon against the futility of war", the memorial took eleven years and $1.5 million ($20.90 million in present terms) to build and was unveiled on 26 July 1936 by King Edward VIII, in the presence of President Albert Lebrun of France and 50,000 or more Canadian and French veterans and their families. Starting in 2004, the monument underwent a major multi-year restoration project, which included general cleaning and the recarving of many inscribed names. Queen Elizabeth II rededicated the restored monument on 9 April 2007 during a ceremony commemorating the 90th anniversary of the battle. Veterans Affairs Canada maintains the memorial site.

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>Designed by Toronto architect and sculptor Walter Allward, who described his masterwork as a "sermon against the futility of war", the memorial took eleven years and $1.5 million ($20.90 million in present terms) to build and was unveiled on 26 July 1936 by King Edward VIII, in the presence of President Albert Lebrun of France and 50,000 or more Canadian and French veterans and their families. ⇒トロントの建築家・彫刻家ウォルター・オールワードは、彼の傑作を「戦争の無益さを戒める説教師」と言ったが、その記念碑は、11年と150万ドル(現在の価格で2090万ドル)をかけて建造され、フランスのアルベール・ルブラン大統領や50,000人以上のカナダとフランスの退役軍人および彼らの家族の面前で、エドワード8世王によって1936年7月26日に公開された。 >Starting in 2004, the monument underwent a major multi-year restoration project, which included general cleaning and the recarving of many inscribed names. Queen Elizabeth II rededicated the restored monument on 9 April 2007 during a ceremony commemorating the 90th anniversary of the battle. Veterans Affairs Canada maintains the memorial site. ⇒この記念碑は、2004年に始まった、一般的な掃除と多くの氏名の再彫刻を含めた年余に渡る一大修復プロジェクトを経験した。エリザベス2世女王が、戦いの90周年の記念式典の間に、2007年4月9日に修復された記念碑の再除幕を行った。「退役軍人事務局・カナダ」がその記念碑の場所を維持管理している。

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