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Subject Topic: WW 1 BATTLE SITES
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04/4/2017 at 2:30pm
 Location: South Wales
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can't recommend the Major and Mrs Holt's books enough they provide a great deal of information and locations of all the significant places involved.



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05/4/2017 at 7:21am
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If you get a chance it really is worth seeking out New Brandhoek cemetery. It is a small site not too far from Essex Farm in Yypres and contains the grave of Noel Chavasse, the only recipient of two Victoria Crosses in WW1. You won't miss his grave, it is covered in poppies; his exploits offer a quite remarkable story.



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