Whether you’re captivated by European history or paying your respects to an ancestor who fought in the Great War, there are a vast number of World War I sites to explore in Europe . France and Belgium . They have the highest concentration of ... 

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Anonymous

March 2013

Flanders’ WWI battlefields tour - March 2013

Flanders’ WWI battlefields tour

Flanders’ WWI battlefields tour

Joshua T

July 2016

 Memorial to U.S. victory at Meuse-Argonne. , Joshua T - July 2016

Montfaucon American Memorial

Memorial to U.S. victory at Meuse-Argonne.

John W

June 2016

 The field where the Red Barron landed after being shot down by Anti-Aircraft machine gun. , John W - June 2016

The Last Landing

The field where the Red Barron landed after being shot down by Anti-Aircraft machine gun.

John W

June 2016

 View of the British Memorial , John W - June 2016

British Memorial

View of the British Memorial

John W

June 2016

 The view into the battle field from teh top of the memorial , John W - June 2016

View from the Australian Memorial

The view into the battle field from teh top of the memorial

John W

June 2016

 Known as Hill 104 was part of the line from which the Australians advanced in the Battle of Amiens in August 1918. , John W - June 2016

The Australian Memorial

Known as Hill 104 was part of the line from which the Australians advanced in the Battle of Amiens in August 1918.

John W

June 2016

 The site of the largest attempted underground blast. Tunneling under the German positions the British Commonwealth forces set of this explosion. The Germans were aware of the tunneling and moved ... , John W - June 2016

The Lochnagar Creater

The site of the largest attempted underground blast. Tunneling under the German positions the British Commonwealth forces set of this explosion. The Germans were aware of the tunneling and moved back.

John W

June 2016

 Monument commemorating the starting point for the British tanks in the first ever tank battle. , John W - June 2016

Starting Point of the first ever tank battle

Monument commemorating the starting point for the British tanks in the first ever tank battle.

Brian W

October 2015

 The museum in Grote Markt Square in Ypres Ieper. , Brian W - October 2015

Ypres Belgium

The museum in Grote Markt Square in Ypres Ieper.

Raymond B. B

August 2015

 This is the farm of the charming Christianne in the Somme- covered in expended, and some defused shells from the fighting 99 years ago. , Raymond B. B - August 2015

A little side stop in the Somme.

This is the farm of the charming Christianne in the Somme- covered in expended, and some defused shells from the fighting 99 years ago.

paulandsal

May 2015

 Built up not dug down , paulandsal - May 2015

Trenches

Built up not dug down

KATIE T

April 2015

 A picture of the grave of the youngest lad apparently killed in battle, he used his mothers maiden name to enlist :- , KATIE T - April 2015

Youngest killed 14yrs old

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

KATIE T

April 2015

 This is Steve at the trench of death going over the top!! , KATIE T - April 2015

Going over the top at Trench of Death

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

Anne K

October 2014

 Tyne Cot was particularly significant to our Australian group , Anne K - October 2014

Tyne Cot

Tyne Cot was particularly significant to our Australian group

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