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Maissemy friedhof, France_
A cemetery containing the remains of more than 30,000 German soldiers who fought and died on the Somme between 1915-1918.
connaught cemetery, Thiepval, France_
adelaide cemetery_
In the village of Veillers-Bretonneux, France.
Memorial to the Missing, Thiepval, France_
The names of more than 70,000 men who have no known graves are listed on its walls.
Noreuil cemetery, France_
Pozieres Cemetery, France, 2016_
an old Contemtible's resting place, Codford, UK_
An original soldier of the 1914 BEF rests in the same cemetery as Anzacs at Codford village in Wiltshire, UK.
Anzac war memorial, Weymouth, UK_
This memorial commemorates remembers the Australian and New Zealand troops who after the Gallipoli Campaign in 1915 returned to hospitals and training camps in Dorset.
Behind the monument is the Prince Regent hotel, in the war a major hospital.
Mill Road Cemetery, Thiepval, France_
One of the many who died on the worst day in Brtish Military history_
Military Funeral, Pozieres Cemetery, 2016_
Military Funeral, Pozieres Cemetery, 2016_
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Military Funeral, Pozieres Cemetery, 2016_
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Military Funeral, Pozieres Cemetery, 2016_
Military Funeral, Pozieres Cemetery, 2016_
Military Funeral, Pozieres Cemetery, 2016_
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At final rest
After a century of being separated from their mates, the remains of three Australian soldiers killed at Pozieres were interned with full military honours in the military cemetery on the outskirts of the town in July, 2016.
National Memorial
The Australian National War Memorial at Villers-Bretonneaux on the Somme, France. 2015
AIF Third Division Memorial
Australian Imperial Forces Third Division Memorial at Sailly-le-Sec, France.
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Entrance to the largest Commonwealth War Graves cemetery in the world, Tyne Cot in Belgium, near Ypres.
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Entrance to the largest Commonwealth War Graves cemetery in the world, Tyne Cot in Belgium, near Ypres
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The largest Commonwealth war graves cemetery in the world Tyne Cot near Ypres, Belgium.
Tynecot Cemetery 30
The largest Commonwealth war graves cemetery in the world Tyne Cot near Ypres, Belgium.
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The largest Commonwealth war graves cemetery in the world Tyne Cot near Ypres, Belgium.
Bullecourt roadside Memorial 1
The roadside Australian Memorial Cross outside the village of Bullecourt.
Bullecourt roadside Memorial 2
The roadside Australian Memorial Cross outside the village of Bullecourt.
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Just outside Bullecourt, along the Rue des Australiens and along the side road to Reincourt-les-Cagnicourt, is the Australian Memorial Park with its statue of the bronze 'Bullecourt Digger'. He gazes out over the fields of Bullecourt where in April and May 1917 the AIF lost 10 000 soldiers, killed or wounded, in their efforts to break into and hold part of the Hindenburg Line.
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The roadside Australian Memorial Cross outside the village of Bullecourt.
Bullecourt roadside Memorial 4
The roadside Australian Memorial Cross outside the village of Bullecourt.
Bullecourt roadside Memorial 5
The roadside Australian Memorial Cross outside the village of Bullecourt.
Bullecourt roadside Memorial 5
The roadside Australian Memorial Cross outside the village of Bullecourt.
Bullecourt roadside Memorial 6
The roadside Australian Memorial Cross outside the village of Bullecourt.
Slouch Hat Memorial 1
One of three memorials for Australians at Bullecourt, France.
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The roadside Australian Memorial Cross outside the village of Bullecourt.
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Anzac Cemetery was begun by Australian units in July 1916, immediately before the Attack at Fromelles, and it contains the graves of many Australian soldiers who died in that engagement.
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VC Corner Cemetery in Fromelles, France.
Mud Corner Cemetery
The view from Mud Corner Cemetery.
Harry
Harry Adamson, not much younger than many who died at Pozieres, the young man from Geraldton, West Australia stands in front of a wall naming all those who died at Pozieres in 1916, the wall is in Le Tommy cafe, Pozieres.
Tank 1
Monument commemorating the use of the tank for the first time in battle at Pozieres, where in September 1916, the tank first appeared on the battlefield.
Anzac Cemetery 9
Anzac Cemetery was begun by Australian units in July 1916, immediately before the Attack at Fromelles, and it contains the graves of many Australian soldiers who died in that engagement. I
Slouch Hat Memorial Bullecourt 1
One of three memorials for Australians and British soldiers at Bullecourt, France.
Slouch Hat Memorial Bullecourt 2
One of three memorials for Australians and British soldiers at Bullecourt, France.
Pheasant Wood 3
Fromelles (Pheasant Wood) Military Cemetery is a First World War cemetery built by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission on the outskirts of Fromelles in northern France, near the Belgian border. Constructed between 2009 and 2010, it was the first new Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery for more than 50 years, the last such cemeteries having been built after the Second World War. The cemetery contains the graves of 250 British and Australian soldiers who died on 19 July 1916.
Pheasant Wood 2
Fromelles (Pheasant Wood) Military Cemetery is a First World War cemetery built by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission on the outskirts of Fromelles in northern France, near the Belgian border. Constructed between 2009 and 2010, it was the first new Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery for more than 50 years, the last such cemeteries having been built after the Second World War. The cemetery contains the graves of 250 British and Australian soldiers who died on 19 July 1916.
Pheasant wood 1
Fromelles (Pheasant Wood) Military Cemetery is a First World War cemetery built by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission on the outskirts of Fromelles in northern France, near the Belgian border. Constructed between 2009 and 2010, it was the first new Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery for more than 50 years, the last such cemeteries having been built after the Second World War. The cemetery contains the graves of 250 British and Australian soldiers who died on 19 July 1916.
Pheasant Wood 5
Fromelles (Pheasant Wood) Military Cemetery is a First World War cemetery built by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission on the outskirts of Fromelles in northern France, near the Belgian border. Constructed between 2009 and 2010, it was the first new Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery for more than 50 years, the last such cemeteries having been built after the Second World War. The cemetery contains the graves of 250 British and Australian soldiers who died on 19 July 1916.
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Fromelles (Pheasant Wood) Military Cemetery is a First World War cemetery built by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission on the outskirts of Fromelles in northern France, near the Belgian border. Constructed between 2009 and 2010, it was the first new Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery for more than 50 years, the last such cemeteries having been built after the Second World War. The cemetery contains the graves of 250 British and Australian soldiers who died on 19 July 1916.
Pheasant Wood 7
Fromelles (Pheasant Wood) Military Cemetery is a First World War cemetery built by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission on the outskirts of Fromelles in northern France, near the Belgian border. Constructed between 2009 and 2010, it was the first new Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery for more than 50 years, the last such cemeteries having been built after the Second World War. The cemetery contains the graves of 250 British and Australian soldiers who died on 19 July 1916.
Pheasant Wood 8
Fromelles (Pheasant Wood) Military Cemetery is a First World War cemetery built by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission on the outskirts of Fromelles in northern France, near the Belgian border. Constructed between 2009 and 2010, it was the first new Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery for more than 50 years, the last such cemeteries having been built after the Second World War. The cemetery contains the graves of 250 British and Australian soldiers who died on 19 July 1916.
Pheasant Wood 9
Fromelles (Pheasant Wood) Military Cemetery is a First World War cemetery built by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission on the outskirts of Fromelles in northern France, near the Belgian border. Constructed between 2009 and 2010, it was the first new Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery for more than 50 years, the last such cemeteries having been built after the Second World War. The cemetery contains the graves of 250 British and Australian soldiers who died on 19 July 1916.
Pheasant Wood 1
Fromelles (Pheasant Wood) Military Cemetery is a First World War cemetery built by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission on the outskirts of Fromelles in northern France, near the Belgian border. Constructed between 2009 and 2010, it was the first new Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery for more than 50 years, the last such cemeteries having been built after the Second World War. The cemetery contains the graves of 250 British and Australian soldiers who died on 19 July 1916.
VC Corner Cemetery 1
In Fromelles.
Pheasant Wood 11
Fromelles (Pheasant Wood) Military Cemetery is a First World War cemetery built by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission on the outskirts of Fromelles in northern France, near the Belgian border. Constructed between 2009 and 2010, it was the first new Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery for more than 50 years, the last such cemeteries having been built after the Second World War. The cemetery contains the graves of 250 British and Australian soldiers who died on 19 July 1916.
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Fromelles (Pheasant Wood) Military Cemetery is a First World War cemetery built by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission on the outskirts of Fromelles in northern France, near the Belgian border. Constructed between 2009 and 2010, it was the first new Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery for more than 50 years, the last such cemeteries having been built after the Second World War. The cemetery contains the graves of 250 British and Australian soldiers who died on 19 July 1916.
Dernancourt
A street in the small village where the AIF and the British army held off a massive German attack in April 1918.
Dernancourt Pav 1
A school named after an Australian city, following an action involving the AIF.
Derancourt pav 2
A school named after an Australian city, following an action involving the AIF.
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Mill Road Cemetery, Thiepval, France_