Friday 13 July 2007 by Craig Tibbitts. 1 comments.
To Flanders Fields, 1917 Commemoration

Pilgrimage to Passchendaele: a killing field haunted by family memories, Telegraph (UK), 30 July 2007

Diggers remembered in Passchendaele ceremonies, ABC News (Australia), 13 July 2007 (includes online audio feature)

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Tuesday 26 June 2007 by Peter Burness. 3 comments.
To Flanders Fields, 1917 Battles, Commemoration

While 11 April 1917 saw the launch of the first action at Bullecourt, on 9 April the larger Arras Offensive commenced.  The Arras Offensive of 1917 is often referred to as the Battle of Arras and is a significant battle honour more identified with the British Army.  This offensive does however also incorporate the smaller ‘battles’ and 'actions' of the Scarpe, of Vimy Ridge which the Canadians commemorate, and Bullecourt which Australians identify with.   (See post on battle honours – Bullecourt)

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Thursday 12 April 2007 by Craig Tibbitts. No comments.
To Flanders Fields, 1917 Roll of Honour, Cemeteries, Commemoration, Memorials

Wednesday 4 April 2007 by Craig Tibbitts. 3 comments.
To Flanders Fields, 1917 Commemoration, Memorials, Research material

Tens of thousands of British and Empire troops remain ‘missing’ in France and Belgium.

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Tuesday 3 April 2007 by Craig Tibbitts. 33 comments.
To Flanders Fields, 1917 Battles, Bullecourt, Commemoration

Sentries of the 8th Battalion in the Hindenburg Line (OGI Trench), captured in the fighting for Bullecourt. Identified nearest to camera is Lieutenant W. D. Joynt who would go on to win the Victoria Cross the following year back on the Somme near Peronne.E00439

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