France Angleterre

Address: 28 Bis Rue Emile Zola, St-Quentin, Picardy, 02100, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 28 Bis Rue Emile Zola, St-Quentin, is near Ile de Bendor.
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Travel Blogs from St-Quentin

Lyn's soldiers

A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Oct 17, 2014

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... among the graves.

Dernacourt, Jeancourt, Grevilles. Each cemetery has its own register, for those buried and those whose names are inscribed on the memorial. We recorded our visit and the soldier searched for on Lyn's behalf. Initially I was doing a friend a favour and out of curiosity, but it soon became personal to locate each and every one.



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Free Day 2

A travel blog entry by junior613 on Aug 26, 2014

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... and a bit more time at the Australian National Memorial. Then off to the Devonshire Cemetery, Gordon Cemetery then back to Mametz Wood seeing the sun was out and hoping to get the bright colours of the Welsh Memorial. Before heading back to the campsite, pizza & beer for tea and heading off to sleep with it ...

Victoria Cross Day...

A travel blog entry by junior613 on Aug 24, 2014

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Busy day with 15 cemeteries to visit so off and cracking...... Into Peronne Cemetery for VC - 1 then at Bancourt Cemetery found VC - 2, the Vaulx Hill Cemetery for VC - 3. Then Queant Road Cemetery I found VC - 4, then at Moeuvres Cemetery VC - 5, then Hermes Hill Cemetery for VC - 6, across the road at Hermes Cemetery for VC - 7. At Unicorn Cemetery was VC - 8 and Bellicourt was VC - 9. Seeing I only had 3 to look at it was that kind of ...

Pizza cheap plonk and novelty sheep

A travel blog entry by zenadonnie on May 13, 2013

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Had an emotional unexpected stop as we chanced upon a world war one British military cemetery at seraucourt near our campsite destination. There were almost 1400 graves of mainly unidentified soldiers, with some beautiful and moving inscriptions of identified soldiers from all over Britain most losing their lives aged under 20. Seeing the sheer volume of loss of life in what was only one small part of the great war brings ...

WWI Museum in Peronne

A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Mar 28, 2013

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... to note was that although the UK didn’t have conscription till 1916, three million voluntarily signed up (the same amount as post 1916). The primary displays in the room were the outfits of a typical soldier from the three main armies: French, British and German. The French outfit was so out-dated for its time that it clearly showed how ill-prepared and foolish the commanding officers were. The likes of Joffre ...

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