Appart'City Lille Euralille
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... an incredible casualty rate of 69 %. There were 5 Divisions of Australian troops, each with 20,000 men, reinforced more than 20 times. More than 400,000 volunteered to enlist, why they kept volunteering over the period of the war, with little chance of survival, seems beyond comprehension to us today. Some survived the Gallipoli campaign, only to face up again and again on the orders of misguided generals, who had little ...
We arrived in Houplines yesterday to weather decidedly colder than Albert, yes we are definitely getting closer to England. Today we headed out to Fromelles to check out the Australian Memorial and other sites. Again the futility of war hits you from every angle. Fromelles was where the Aussies first saw war on the Western Front and this battle became the most tragic in the history of the Australian Military. This is also the site where 250 Australian soldiers were discovered in a mass ...
... we went to the train station to see someone off. We met up with a bunch of people and then went to the mall where there was a McDonald's like place to eat. I was feeling kinda sick so I decided that I would pick a sandwich latter for the train. The people who I had found the meringues with and I still wanted to go back and buy some for our host families, so we and a few other people ran to the meringue shop and back to the train so that ...
... for dinner which was very enjoyable and filling. Kevin had an interesting wild berry beer with his meal, very sweet. We wandered back to our lodgings the day still light at 9pm and retired for the night, through which we slept until 9:00am - oops!
Worst still our life line has gone, the Internet is not working on the mobile and France, being France, now has two consecutive public holidays so we cannot get it fixed before leaving Lille
C'est la vie!
... Hulluch Rd. Here I came across 3 pommies. One was obviously a photographer and the other 2...I'm not sure. One observation is that 1 guy was wearing a tweed jacket with leather elbow patches. Back home this would qualify him as an engineer...but over here?
I discovered the threesome were researching a new book. The book will focus on 50 dead soldiers from WW1 whose lives, whilst brief, achieved something notable. At the St.Marys cemetery, the guys ...