B&B Lille Euralille Grand Palais
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A few shots of this afternoon in Ieper and the last post service at Menin Gate - which has been conducted every night at this site since 1920. This memorial had the names of just over 54000 men from the British Commonwealth whose bodies have never been found after the battle of the Somme. More particularly those allied soldiers who died at Polygon Wood, Tyne Cot, Fromelle & Passchendaele. ...
... me almost at a complete standstill. While my tour guide urges me to keep pedaling, and sprint to the top, - ya right - my back wheel spins out and my bike tips over taking me down with it. I push my bike up most of the way, only climbing back on near the top to cross the finish line.
From the top I can see small villages scattered throughout the valley below me. The landscape is nothing like what ...
... to capture Mouquet farm. During those 7 weeks the AIF suffered 23,000 casualties of whom nearly 7,000 died. In beans woods, carved into the monorail branch on this site of the ruin of the windmill marks a ridge more densely sown with Australian sacrifice than any other place on earth. The Lochnagar crater was formed at 7.28am on Saturday 1 July 1916. It was created by the detonation of a huge mine placed beneath the German front line. The mine was packed with 60,000 lbs ...
... What a change from C, sorry but I will not say the name. I must admit it rattled me more than I thought as yesterday before leaving the hotel I had to take a few deep breaths to get out of the hotel.
I went to a cafe on Tuesday for dinner, excellent, and when I went past last night the waiter came over and spoke to me with a big smile and "welcome Madam nice to see you again" guess where I ate? ...
... Givenchy-Les-Bassee, Cuinchy, Vermelles and Hulluch. I now have 70+ pieces of video of these locations and when I return home I hope to edit it into a bigger piece about my grandfather's WW1 experience.
My very last stop in this series is at Windy Corner Cemetery at Cuinchy. I know from my research that there are 24 soldiers buried here from my grandfather's batallion. All of them were killed during the time the batallion was in and around Givenchy - May - Dec 1915. ...