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... winter will be soon. Heaps of beets in the fields. On to the Museum of the Battle of Fromelles and the cemetery there. 250 Aussies, buried in a mass grave behind German lines, at Pheasant Wood, were reburied there in recent years, and the cemetery dedicated in 2011. Crossed the border into Belgium!! Camped near Ypres, in the pouring ...
... more relaxed now. I headed back to hill 60
( http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_o f_Hill_60_(Western_Front) .
Wow...some serious craters....and bunkers all blowed up....just wandered around with me thoughts no one was there.....its left as it was except for sheep grazing the grass. Each crater was an explosion....holy ****....lot of explosions as it was nothing but craters. Very tranquil...hard to imagine the violence that had to ...
... 98 years ago. The only thing remaining at this site now is the war cemetery with the headstones of Australian, British, Canadian, South African and Indian soldiers and one solitary shed from the hospital.
... killed prior to this date, who have no known grave). The Passendale ridge gives views over the city of Ieper and, for most of the 1914-1918 war, it gave the German front line a view over the British lines and approaches. It was an advantage fully exploited and bitterly fought for. My father, aged 21 then, was somewhere in the Ypres area in November/December 1917, when his Artillery Brigade was part of the Division supporting ...
... man who stretched out over a sofa, snored the entire 2hr journey ("Oh to be old and free") and kept on terrifying the young man sat next to him with every snort and a young english family (I could only see the mother and two sons - one named "Tim") who were colour co-ordinated in what looked like a cross between clothes for a summer fete and lederhosen (the boys were in in braces, baggy smart shirts and socks up to their knees). The rich can get away with anything it ...