Day 3 out of Ypres.
Idris MATHIAS. YPRES
(MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL Panel 51 and 53
Menin Gate Memorial. Names
of the 54,896 British soldiers who were killed or missing
in action. The Last Post is sounded here every evening
at 8pm since 1928.
William Mathias JONES. POTIJZE
CHATEAU WOOD CEMETERY G. 6. (Grave)
POTIJZE CHATEAU WOOD CEMETERY
Total identified casualties. 151.
Wood Cemetery, Boezinge,
Hedd Wyn (1887–1917),
posthumous winner of the bardic chair. (Grave).
Died July 31, 1917 at the third Battle of Ypres - The
Battle of Passchendaele. Also killed on the same day -
E Patrick Ledwidge, Irish poet from County Meath.
Welsh National Memorial Park
is a war memorial near Langemark Belgium
for Welsh soldiers of World War One.
German Cemetery -
Just north of Langemark village on Klerkenstraat.
A mass grave of 44,000 German soldiers. Graves
TYNE COT MEMORIAL Panel 120 to 124.
Private John Herbert LLOYD.
TYNE COT MEMORIAL Panel 72 to 75.
Tyne Cot Cemetery and Memorial,
Approximately 12,000 war graves and a memorial to 35,000
soldiers missing after August 16, 1917.
In Ypres as well as the Menin Gate Memorial and Ceremony.
The In Flanders Museum. At
the huge Lakenhalle (cloth hall) Grote Markt.
Saint Martins Cathedral -
George Memorial Church
Ypres was destroyed during WW1. After the war the town
was extensively rebuilt using money paid by Germany in
reparations, with the main square, including the Cloth
Hall and town hall, being rebuilt as close to the original
designs as possible. This was possible due to detailed
plans being recorded in the late 19th century.
Too far away to visit.
Private Bryn Gwyn WILLIAMS,
Tuesday, April 23, 1918 – Age 18.
ETAPLES MILITARY CEMETERY
XXIX. L. 5A.
by Eirlys M Thomas.