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Recent trip to the WF


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26th september

Caudry British Cemetery - NZEF casualty

Crevecourt Village - NZEF RB

Masnieres British Cemetery NZEF RB

Flesquieres Hill Cemery NZEF RB and Deborah Tank casualties

Flesquieres village - Tank Deborah

Le Catelet village - executed British Soldiers

Jeancourt Cemetery - AIF casualties

Perrone Communal Cemetery - AIF casualties

St Quentin - 2nd AIF Division memorial

27th September

Crouay British Cemetery - AIF casualties

St Pierre Cemetery Amiens - AIF casualties

Villers Brettoneux Cemetery and memorial

Crucifix Corner Cemetey - AIF casualties

Newfoundland Park & memorial

London Irish Rifles casualties at the following cemeteries:

Bray Military Cemetery

Bray Vale Military Cemetery

Vartennes Military Cemetery

Senlis Military Cemetery

Warloy Baillon Cemetery

merincourt Cemetery

Bouzincourt Communal Cemetery extension

Then Thiepval Memorial and Cemetery

Gommecourt Wood Cemetery NZEF casualties

28th September

Le Quesnoy - NZEF actions 1918

Fromelles - VC Corner & Cobber memorial

Le Trou Aid Post cemetery - remembering my uncle

Pheasant Wood Cemetery AIF casualties

Le Touret memorial - South Lancs casualty from 1914 - visiting and laying a wreath on his great, great, great niece's wedding day.

Citie Bonjean Cemetery Armentieres - AIF casualties

London Rifle Brigade Cemetery - NZEF casualties

Trois Arbres cemetery - NZEF casualties

29th September

Menin Road Cemetery South AIF casualties

Nine Elms Cemetery - Sgt Gallacher NZ All Blacks Captain

Lijssenthoek Cemetery & vistor's centre - RE casualty

Talbot House Poperinghe

Essex Farm cemetery

Menin Gate last Post Ceremony

30th September

NZEF attack on Bellevue Ridge October 1917

Tyne Cot Cemetery & memorial - NZEF and Green Howards casualties

Zonnebecke museum and trenches

Polygon Wood Cemetery AIF casualties

Buttes Cemetery - AIF and NZ casualties

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Tony, what was the "gran" experience?? :thumbsup:

tony

A typo!

The first 3 days were 12 hour stints. We had a New Zealander and an Australian with us who each had a long list of places to see and cemeteries to visit so the schedule was pretty well packed. Thankfully things slowed down a bit when we got to Ypres.

Thanks to the meticulous planning and research by David Bartlett of Bartletts Battlefield Journeys everyone saw most of those places on their lists and I certainly visited places and saw things that I had not seen before.

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You get used to it....thanks for the Birthday wishes.

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