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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 ...
... very comfortable hotel , imagine a waterproof remote for the TV above the spa bath , for a quick pitstop and to adjust the parking display , imagine an honesty system where the cops only do a check on parking times once a week, seems like heaven. A couple of churches ensued , St George's being the most interesting , a Anglican Church with multiple memorials to soldiers ...
... in that it was geared up more as an over night stop, rather than a site with all the facilities etc. We did wonder what we had let ourselves in for when a mini bus full of English men noisily parked next to us and unpacked nothing but slabs of beer, catering sized tins of beans and toilet rolls! Luckily we didn’t hear them that night. We wandered back to the camp site and fell asleep, setting our alarm for an early morning get away back home the next day.
... the Commonwealth and German war cemeteries. For a start the Belgians wouldn't let the Germans build memorials, then they charged huge rents for the German cemeteries resulting in the German cemeteries being consolidated to mass graves in a number of cases, and finally they made the Germans remove many of the grave crosses. At Langemarke there is an inscription in German which reads "Germany must live, therefore we must die".
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