Ibis Saint Quentin Basilique
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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.
Rained all night and looks like it wouldn't change during the day. First stop was the Newfoundland Park at Beaumont Hamel where I took a self guided tour around the battle site. Then stumbled on the NZ Memorial at Longueval before getting to Deville Wood where the South Africans have their memorial & museum. Then back to ...
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 ...
... line and/or pre-staged. The end of the museum visit concluded with the victory of the war, which essentially was due the fact that German troops’ morale and supplies were almost depleted just as the Americans joined the Allied forces. There was a final display outlining the total casualties which seemed to aptly summarize the folly of the entire war: 70 million troops mobilized, almost 10 million killed, not including civilian casualties. ...
... a Kiwi animal with him and was AMAZING. He was so knowledgeable and loved the history of this area, he had quit his job about five years before to pursue his passion of the WW1 battlefields and loved giving tours. The amount of knowledge he had about everything to do with the war was amazing and he was constantly talking and telling us about everywhere we drove. Simple things like pointing out tree lines and then telling us that a German force walked down the road between those trees ...