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The memorials in this area are very poignant and moving to visit. This area of Langemark has many different monuments to visit, each has a board next to it to explain the significance. If you are confused (as I was) by all the different names...More
It's an honour to stand at the memorial where so many Canadian soldiers are immortalized by this monument. The people in this area all know what the Canadian soldiers did, and to stand in this place, technically Canadian soil, is moving.
It doesn't take long...More
The Brooding Soldier" memorial is simple and breathtaking. It stands 33 feet high and can seen in all directions from where it sits near the corner at a T-junction of two public roads. It was surreal and poignant during the visit to be aware of...More
Our second visit, as my late Father-in-law , Lt ,Col. Norman Bruce Ramsay won the MC in April 1915, three weeks after landing, and joining his regiment at St, Julian. If only for a week-end - one can see Ypres, take the road to Bruges...More
This is a monument that remembers those who fell to the first gas attack of WWI. Despite the knowledge of the horror of that day, we have yet to learn the lesson, it seems. 100 years later, and some still use gas attacks.