Premiere Classe Valenciennes Rouvignies
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... problem comprehending what needed to be done, with the sole obviously coming off my boot. A slight moment of anxiety when we couldn't remember where in Peronne we'd found the bootmaker, but through a process of elimination, worked it out.
There was an American Cemetery and Memorial close to Cartigny, so that was our next objective. The rain began with a vengance, travelling sideways across the fields. Picnicd ...
... sacrifice. Facing the Douai Plain, is a single sculpture of a sorrowing woman, portraying Canada as a young nation mourning its dead. Inscribed on the walls of the monument are the names of the Canadian soldiers who died with no known grave.
In 1914, the Germans had advanced as far as the ridgeline known as Vimy Ridge, and thereafter dug in ...
... 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 ...
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Next stop was at La Boisselle where we saw the Lochnagar Crater. This crated is 90m wide and was created by the Allies attempting to blow up the German trenches with explosives during the first day of the Battle of the Somme. Unfortunately they missed their target and instead ended up creating a huge hole in the ground. It is hard to describe the size of this crater, but trust me it is bloody massive! It is mind blowing how much dirt was ...