Premiere Classe Saint Quentin
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... cemeteries, small memorials, specific memorials, plaques. Some are attached to the local cemetery, others in the middle of ploughed fields. Some battles well known, others not, but the result is the same. Death.
All the memorials and cemeteries are well kept, with late flowering roses bringing life into the grounds. An apple tree, with its apples ...
... 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 ...
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 ...
Due to this timing being when the Poms first engaged the Germans I headed up to St. Symphorien Cemetery where the first & last British soldiers to die in action are buried opposite each other by luck & also the first VC winner of the war. The Great War museum in Peronne and then back to Serre Rd cemetery to photograph the soldier from Gordon whose photo is in the museum at Villers ...
... wire, which meant that it created a bottleneck, and the perfect opportunity for the Germans to pick off soldiers. The first troops from a British division were mowed down by German machine gunners and the trenches were shelled. It turned out that the German lines had sustained very little damage in fact and the Germans were so well dug in (some 7-8 m underground) and fortified, that they simply walked out, and took their posts at their weapons. ...