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We woke up to a beautiful morning in Amiens. We consumed the usual fare at breakfast and were ready to depart the hotel at 8:30am for our tour of the Somme battlefields, taking in the major operations involving the newly formed Australian Infantry Force (1st-5th Divisions).
We met our guide Pete Smith who would explain the battles of World War I to us and allow us to immerse ourselves once again into a different time period (1914-1918). The Germans, attempting to ...
I would never have believed it but it's true, we are in France, Conty to be exact, why Conty, looooong story!!!!!! We left Canterbury this morning around 8.30am and it was a cold soupy kinda morning, you know the kind, murky can't see 3 feet (1mtr for you younguns) in front of you so we slowly toddled down the A28 to Dover. Sat in line with everyone else wanting to leave the cold climes of the UK for the cold climes of France ...
... the weather or war. Each site was a moving experience and gave each of us an insight into the terrible consequences of war. If you scroll through the photos a summary of each site is provided.
Tonight we stayed in Orleans, it was long afternoon drive but it has cut down our travel time for tomorrow when we arrive at our first Gite in Montpezat-de-Quercy.
... with some from the Ancien Regime. We followed the taped commentary, which was useful, especially as it discussed how the purpose of the rooms changed over the years. We saw Napoleon’s library … which is filled with books brought by Nicholas and Alexandra when they visited in 1901. Go figure. The ball room was attractive – it seems that most of the ballroom date from the time of ...
... during their service. The casualty lists that came back after the 1st of July 1916 devastated some of the communities which had sent these Pals battalions. As friends, colleagues and relations had joined up together, so they often died together, and families, streets and whole communities grieved together when the telegrams arrived.
THE BATTLE OF MOUQUET FARM
The Battle of Mouquet Farm, which began on 5 August 1916, was part of the ...