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Blackwatch 1
Tyne Cot13
Tyne Cot13
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peace 1

The Peace Tower near Messines, Belgium.

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Regiments 1

Regimental and Queens colours are displayed at the centenary of the Western Front 100 years after the Battle of Pozieres in the small Somme Village in 2016.

Vimy Ridge Memorial 003
Vimy Ridge Memorial 003

The Grieving mother.This sorrowing figure of a woman represents Canada—a young nation mourning her dead.

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Vimy Ridge Memorial 004

The Canadian National War Memorial at Vimy Ridge.

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Vimy Ridge Memorial 006

The Canadian National War Memorial at Vimy Ridge.

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nzm1
Scots Memorial Frazenberg Ridge 008
Scots Memorial Frazenberg Ridge 008

This memorial is the only one on the former Western Front dedicated to all Scots and all those of Scottish descent who fought in France and Flanders during WWI. It is now the main site of remembrance activities for all Scots. This memorial also remembers those men of the South African Brigade who, throughout the war, fought with the Scots as part of the 9th (Scottish) Division. Share:

Scots Memorial Frazenberg Ridge 009
Scots Memorial Frazenberg Ridge 009

This memorial is the only one on the former Western Front dedicated to all Scots and all those of Scottish descent who fought in France and Flanders during WWI. It is now the main site of remembrance activities for all Scots. This memorial also remembers those men of the South African Brigade who, throughout the war, fought with the Scots as part of the 9th (Scottish) Division. Share:

Scots Memorial Frazenberg Ridge 001
Scots Memorial Frazenberg Ridge 001

This memorial is the only one on the former Western Front dedicated to all Scots and all those of Scottish descent who fought in France and Flanders during WWI. It is now the main site of remembrance activities for all Scots. This memorial also remembers those men of the South African Brigade who, throughout the war, fought with the Scots as part of the 9th (Scottish) Division. Share:

Scots Memorial Frazenberg Ridge 004
Scots Memorial Frazenberg Ridge 004

This memorial is the only one on the former Western Front dedicated to all Scots and all those of Scottish descent who fought in France and Flanders during WWI. It is now the main site of remembrance activities for all Scots. This memorial also remembers those men of the South African Brigade who, throughout the war, fought with the Scots as part of the 9th (Scottish) Division. Share:

Scots Memorial Frazenberg Ridge 011
Scots Memorial Frazenberg Ridge 011

This memorial is the only one on the former Western Front dedicated to all Scots and all those of Scottish descent who fought in France and Flanders during WWI. It is now the main site of remembrance activities for all Scots. This memorial also remembers those men of the South African Brigade who, throughout the war, fought with the Scots as part of the 9th (Scottish) Division. Share:

Scots Memorial Frazenberg Ridge 010
Scots Memorial Frazenberg Ridge 010

This memorial is the only one on the former Western Front dedicated to all Scots and all those of Scottish descent who fought in France and Flanders during WWI. It is now the main site of remembrance activities for all Scots. This memorial also remembers those men of the South African Brigade who, throughout the war, fought with the Scots as part of the 9th (Scottish) Division. Share:

Scots Memorial Frazenberg Ridge 012
Scots Memorial Frazenberg Ridge 012

This memorial is the only one on the former Western Front dedicated to all Scots and all those of Scottish descent who fought in France and Flanders during WWI. It is now the main site of remembrance activities for all Scots. This memorial also remembers those men of the South African Brigade who, throughout the war, fought with the Scots as part of the 9th (Scottish) Division. Share:

Paschendaele New British Cemetery 1
Paschendaele New British Cemetery 1
Paschendaele New British Cemetery003
Paschendaele New British Cemetery003
Paschendaele New British Cemetery002
Paschendaele New British Cemetery002
Paschendaele New British Cemetery004
Paschendaele New British Cemetery004
Paschendaele New British Cemetery006
Paschendaele New British Cemetery006
Paschendaele New British Cemetery005
Paschendaele New British Cemetery005
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Scot 1

A very proud member of a Scots pipe and drum band that played at Menin Gate in 2015.

Tin Court Cemetery 001
Tin Court Cemetery 001

There are nearly 2000 graves in this cemetery, formed from a number of smaller ones after the war. The villages of Tincourt and Boucly were occupied by British troops in March 1917, during the German Retreat to the Hindenburg Line from the following May until March 1918, Tincourt became a centre for Casualty Clearing Stations. On the 23rd March 1918, the villages were evacuated and they were recovered, in a ruined

Tin Court Cemetery 007
Tin Court Cemetery 007

There are nearly 2000 graves in this cemetery, formed from a number of smaller ones after the war. The villages of Tincourt and Boucly were occupied by British troops in March 1917, during the German Retreat to the Hindenburg Line from the following May until March 1918, Tincourt became a centre for Casualty Clearing Stations. On the 23rd March 1918, the villages were evacuated and they were recovered, in a ruined

Tin Court Cemetery 006
Tin Court Cemetery 006

There are nearly 2000 graves in this cemetery, formed from a number of smaller ones after the war. The villages of Tincourt and Boucly were occupied by British troops in March 1917, during the German Retreat to the Hindenburg Line from the following May until March 1918, Tincourt became a centre for Casualty Clearing Stations. On the 23rd March 1918, the villages were evacuated and they were recovered, in a ruined

Tin Court Cemetery 005
Tin Court Cemetery 005

There are nearly 2000 graves in this cemetery, formed from a number of smaller ones after the war. The villages of Tincourt and Boucly were occupied by British troops in March 1917, during the German Retreat to the Hindenburg Line from the following May until March 1918, Tincourt became a centre for Casualty Clearing Stations. On the 23rd March 1918, the villages were evacuated and they were recovered, in a ruined

Ulster Tower 003
Ulster Tower 003
Ulster Tower 007
Ulster Tower 007
Badges
Badges

Wall at Longueval representing the countries who fought at the Somme in 1916.

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Hawthorn Ridge Cemetery 6
New Zealand Memorial, Longueval 1
New Zealand Memorial, Longueval 1

The New Zealand National Memorial was erected on the original objective gained by the New Zealand Division during the first Battle of the Somme, and from which they launched the successful attack on Flers on the 15th September 1916.

New Zealand Memorial, Longueval 2b
New Zealand Memorial, Longueval 2b

The New Zealand National Memorial was erected on the original objective gained by the New Zealand Division during the first Battle of the Somme, and from which they launched the successful attack on Flers on the 15th September 1916.

New Zealand Memorial, Longueval 2
New Zealand Memorial, Longueval 2

The New Zealand National Memorial was erected on the original objective gained by the New Zealand Division during the first Battle of the Somme, and from which they launched the successful attack on Flers on the 15th September 1916.

Georges Guynemer Memorial, Belgium 1
Georges Guynemer Memorial, Belgium 1
Devonshire Cemetery 009
Devonshire Cemetery 009
HAC Cemetery 009
HAC Cemetery 009
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HAC Cemetery 005
HAC Cemetery 006
HAC Cemetery 006
HAC Cemetery 003
HAC Cemetery 003
HAC Cemetery 007
HAC Cemetery 007
HAC Cemetery 008
HAC Cemetery 008
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HAC Cemetery 013
HAC Cemetery 002
HAC Cemetery 002
HAC Cemetery 012
HAC Cemetery 012
HAC Cemetery 010
HAC Cemetery 010
Bells Redoubt 2
Bells Redoubt 2
Pipers Memorial Longueval 1
Pipers Memorial Longueval 1
Pipers Memorial Longueval 5926
Pipers Memorial Longueval 5926
Pipers Memorial Longueval 5946
Pipers Memorial Longueval 5946
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SA1

South African war memorial at Delville Wood.

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SA13

Located near Longueval, France, Delville Wood Cemetery is the third largest cemetery in the Somme battlefield area. It is the final resting place of over 5,500 servicemen of the First World War, of whom more than 3,500 remain unidentified. Most of those buried died in July, August and September 1916.

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SA14

Located near Longueval, France, Delville Wood Cemetery is the third largest cemetery in the Somme battlefield area. It is the final resting place of over 5,500 servicemen of the First World War, of whom more than 3,500 remain unidentified. Most of those buried died in July, August and September 1916.

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SA15

Located near Longueval, France, Delville Wood Cemetery is the third largest cemetery in the Somme battlefield area. It is the final resting place of over 5,500 servicemen of the First World War, of whom more than 3,500 remain unidentified. Most of those buried died in July, August and September 1916.

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SA16

Located near Longueval, France, Delville Wood Cemetery is the third largest cemetery in the Somme battlefield area. It is the final resting place of over 5,500 servicemen of the First World War, of whom more than 3,500 remain unidentified. Most of those buried died in July, August and September 1916.

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SA17

Located near Longueval, France, Delville Wood Cemetery is the third largest cemetery in the Somme battlefield area. It is the final resting place of over 5,500 servicemen of the First World War, of whom more than 3,500 remain unidentified. Most of those buried died in July, August and September 1916.

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SA20

Located near Longueval, France, Delville Wood Cemetery is the third largest cemetery in the Somme battlefield area. It is the final resting place of over 5,500 servicemen of the First World War, of whom more than 3,500 remain unidentified. Most of those buried died in July, August and September 1916.

SA18
SA18

Located near Longueval, France, Delville Wood Cemetery is the third largest cemetery in the Somme battlefield area. It is the final resting place of over 5,500 servicemen of the First World War, of whom more than 3,500 remain unidentified. Most of those buried died in July, August and September 1916.

SA24
SA24

Located near Longueval, France, Delville Wood Cemetery is the third largest cemetery in the Somme battlefield area. It is the final resting place of over 5,500 servicemen of the First World War, of whom more than 3,500 remain unidentified. Most of those buried died in July, August and September 1916.

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SA21

Located near Longueval, France, Delville Wood Cemetery is the third largest cemetery in the Somme battlefield area. It is the final resting place of over 5,500 servicemen of the First World War, of whom more than 3,500 remain unidentified. Most of those buried died in July, August and September 1916.

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SA26

Located near Longueval, France, Delville Wood Cemetery is the third largest cemetery in the Somme battlefield area. It is the final resting place of over 5,500 servicemen of the First World War, of whom more than 3,500 remain unidentified. Most of those buried died in July, August and September 1916.

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SA22

Located near Longueval, France, Delville Wood Cemetery is the third largest cemetery in the Somme battlefield area. It is the final resting place of over 5,500 servicemen of the First World War, of whom more than 3,500 remain unidentified. Most of those buried died in July, August and September 1916.

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DW1

Located near Longueval, France, Delville Wood Cemetery is the third largest cemetery in the Somme battlefield area. It is the final resting place of over 5,500 servicemen of the First World War, of whom more than 3,500 remain unidentified. Most of those buried died in July, August and September 1916.

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dw1a

Located near Longueval, France, Delville Wood Cemetery is the third largest cemetery in the Somme battlefield area. It is the final resting place of over 5,500 servicemen of the First World War, of whom more than 3,500 remain unidentified. Most of those buried died in July, August and September 1916.

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SA5

The famous last tree left during the Battle of Delville Wood, now behind that tree is the South African National war memorial on the Somme, France.

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SA10

A monument marker in Delville Wood.

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SA8

The South African National War Memorial near Longueval, France.

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dw3a

Located near Longueval, France, Delville Wood Cemetery is the third largest cemetery in the Somme battlefield area. It is the final resting place of over 5,500 servicemen of the First World War, of whom more than 3,500 remain unidentified. Most of those buried died in July, August and September 1916.

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SA12

Located near Longueval, France, Delville Wood Cemetery is the third largest cemetery in the Somme battlefield area. It is the final resting place of over 5,500 servicemen of the First World War, of whom more than 3,500 remain unidentified. Most of those buried died in July, August and September 1916.

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SA9

The South African National War Memorial near Longueval, France.

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Dern1

Dernancourt Communal Extension cemetery, France.