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In 1917, a young Floridian joined the Canadian Expeditionary Force seeking glory and excitement. Instead, he encountered the bloody slaughter pits of Ypres and poison gas. One hundred years later a Belgium farmer uncovered bones. Authorities identified Campbell by his I.D. tag and West Point ring. Fernandez discoverd the man had been murdered—under strange circumstances.


HISTORICAL SUB TEXT: The Canadian Expeditionary Force consisted of inexperienced citizen-soldiers who, on April 22nd, 1915, saw largescale combat at the Second Battle of Ypres, where they faced the first poison gas attacks launched by Germany.


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