Despite the traditional charms of historic Ypres (or Ieper, in Dutch), the Flemish town remains inextricably linked to its harrowing past, as the site of some of WWI’s most notorious battlefields. Some 300,000 Allied Soldiers lost their lives here ... 

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Flanders’ WWI battlefields tour

March 2013

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Flanders’ WWI battlefields tour

Youngest killed 14yrs old

April 2015

A picture of the grave of the youngest lad apparently killed in battle, he used his mothers maiden name to enlist :-

Going over the top at Trench of Death

April 2015

This is Steve at the trench of death going over the top!!

Tyne Cot

October 2014

Tyne Cot was particularly significant to our Australian group

Tyne Cot

August 2013

picture taken in Tyne Cot

Trench of Death

August 2013

A view along the trench

Menin Gate Last Post Ceremony

August 2013

Buglers during the Last Post Ceremony at Menin Gate

Tyne Cot Cemetary

August 2013

Tyne Cot Cemetary

Essex Farm

July 2013

This is where Dr John Macrae worked as a field surgeon and where he wrote and quot;In Flanders fields and quot;

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