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Kemmil hill

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Kemmel hill

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Kemmel hill

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Kemmel hill

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Kemmel hill

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keithrouse

A great collection. Thanks for sharing them .

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Keith,

thank You , more to come

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Kemmel Village

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Roger H

Great photos Cnock. What on earth is that shell in photo #2?

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Hi Roger,

Thanks

I think it is a heavy British shell (30,5 cm?)

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Kemmel village

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Cnock

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SteveMarsdin

Excellent collection Cnock, thanks for sharing.

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Hi Steve,

thanks

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Kemmel village

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Kemmel village

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Sint-Juliaan

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roel22

Thanks for the Kemmel-pics, Cnock. Hard to believe my great-grandfather fought (and died) here.

Roel

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jainvince

Does any member know which tank was illustrated in the St Julien picture as that may give a clue to the actual whereabouts of the photograph.

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Cnock

Hi Bernard,

if my memory serves me well, the pick with expanation appeared once in an edition of 'Stand to' WFA

regards,

Cnock

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Chateau of Langemark before 2nd Battle of Ypres

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Tank Eldorado from August 1917

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Sint-Juliaan

The post card location listing is incorrect. The identity of both tanks along with their exact location as per then and today is as you drive into the village of Poelkapelle from St Julian.

Simply click on the below link and scroll down to the photographs concerned.

http://tankmemorial.vpweb.co.uk/THE-MEMORIAL---PERSONALITIES.html

Chris

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Wendy Macpherson

Fantastic postcards Cnock ~ Do you have any other postcards from the Warneton or Ploegsteert area please.

Wendy

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Cnock

Wendy,

unfortunately no postcards Warneton-Ploegsteert area

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Poelkapelle, German cemetery

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chrislock

Excellent pics. Thank you Cnock! :thumbsup:

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