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A Belgian village that was the proving ground for the first modern (World War I) chemical weapons—chlorine, phosgene, mustard gas
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Ar Orffennaf 31, noson braf o haf gyda'r haul yn machlud dros adeiladau hynafol Ieper, roedd y Porth yn orlawn o Gymru a seiniau'r emyn Mi Glywaf Dyner Lais yn atsain o gwmpas y waliau lle mae enwau 54,896 o filwyr nad oes iddynt fedd wedi eu hysgythru.
Ieper, one of the stops on my voyage across the province of Flanders in Belgium, was the venue for one of the most intense wars known to mankind -- World War I.
In the first layoff round in August 2008, 190 employees in Ieper lost their jobs, followed by additional 115 job cuts in January this year.
BELGIUM'S TRIBUTE The Last Post ceremony, held every evening in Ieper (Ypres).
SKT's roomy workplace in Ieper spans 9,000 square meters, plus an additional 1,200 square meters of office space.
The clock weight |from Ieper and (above) Eoka hand grenades and side drum
The inauguration of the new training center and test zone marks a new milestone for Picanol in Ieper.
A purpose-built distribution warehouse with 65,000 pallet positions was recently opened by the Partner Logistics Group in Ieper, Belgium, in cooperation with YSCO NV and the Pinguin Vegetable Group.
s chapter 11 bankruptcy case or the filing of a declaration of receivables with the Ieper Commercial Court in connection with the Company's prior concordat proceeding is not a substitute for filing a claim with the Ieper, Belgium Commercial Court as part of the Company's Belgian bankruptcy liquidation proceeding.
He died aged 30 on July 31 1917 near Langemark, a few miles east of Ieper (Ypres), and is buried at Artillery Wood Cemetery.
Then, on June 30, Pinguin reported the conclusion of negotiations to sell its business sector and land in Ieper, Belgium, to Partner Logistics.
Ypres or Ieper in Dutch is a town in the Flanders province of Belgium.