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... interesting was a display of relief models of fortified towns. I know most people will probably find them odd but I thought they were really cool. They were used for military purposes when figuring out how to move troops. They were gigantic too. The one I took a picture of (pic 6) was probably 10 ft by 10 ft. Most of them were around that size. They were very detailed with little trees and buildings. The child in me really wanted to play with ...
... has started, its almost dark, and its started to rain... just to add insult to injury.
Theres no good places to wild camp, so we headed to the next camp site. ..
It was closed for the winter.
By now its raining properly, its dark, cold, we're hungry, and have no wine.
The only solution. ..sleep in the closed campsites trash container house. At least its dryish.
Im over this day.
... 410 of these men. Just so emotional! The Battle of Fromelles Museum told the story of Australia's disastrous first battle on the Western Front. Within 24 hours at Fromelles, on 19-20 July, 1916 more than 5500 men of the Fifth Australian Division became casualties and of these, some 1900 died. We checked into "Chartreuse", an C18th monastery, complete with huge ceilings, heavy drapes and smoking salons, just as a veteran car rally was leaving. With noise, smoke and heavy revving ...
... sacrifice. Facing the Douai Plain, is a single sculpture of a sorrowing woman, portraying Canada as a young nation mourning its dead. Inscribed on the walls of the monument are the names of the Canadian soldiers who died with no known grave.
In 1914, the Germans had advanced as far as the ridgeline known as Vimy Ridge, and thereafter dug in ...
... Surrey. On the very evening that Polish forces liberated Ypres the ceremony was resumed at the Menin Gate, in spite of the heavy fighting still going on in other parts of the town. Bullet marks can still be seen on the memorial from that time. After that spine tingling occasion we then went to the "de Trompet" a Restaurant for lovely Italian meals, fine champagne and Belgium beers. It has been a long time since breakfast ... So much to see and do and no time to ...