B&B Lille Lezennes
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... that cover the battlefield. Our guide tells us even today, farmers find shrapnel in their gardens and barns have caved in where
trenches once provided cover for soldiers.
We come to Hill 60; this place has not been touched since the war. I imagine this is what the moon looks like. Deep craters cover the ground around me and I have to watch where I step to avoid turning an ankle. A thin layer of grass covers the hill and the ...
... that was only discovered recently. It was part of the Yorkshire offensive and is currently being restored. We then stopped at a place called Essex Farm. It is the exact location that John McCrae wrote In Flanders Fields. It was in a series of bunkers that were used by the Canadian troops as a hospital. The bunkers have been restored along with a memorial cemetery. At Ypres itself there is a ...
... who were killed in the Ypres Salient of World War I and whose graves are unknown.
YPRES CLOTH HALL
Cloth hall & Cathedral St. Martin's Cathedral This photograph of the reconstructed St. Martin's cathedral was taken looking at the south fašade from the market square in 1930. In the foreground of the photo the ruins at ground level of the east wing of the Cloth Hall can be seen. This long-distance view of the cathedral from the square was eventually blocked ...
... Gran got up one morning and laid a place for Cliff at the breakfast table. She said that he had returned in the night and talked to her and she had made him a cup of tea. They received the telegram to say he was missing in action a few days later. She received his things from the pockets of his great coat, which was sent to her by a German Army Officer, who asked her not to say anything about what he had done or he would get into trouble. This meant that ...
... and ended up at the Menin Gate memorial. What a spectacular memorial this is. Each night at 8pm, the local Last Post Association and Fire Brigade conduct a short Last Post ceremony, which includes the Ode and laying of wreaths. It only takes 10 or 15 minutes depending on how many people are there, and it is very moving. They've conducted it every night at 8pm since 1928.
The walls of Menin Gate are inscribed with the names of 56, 000 ...