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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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Andrew Matthews <B A projection on the side of the Cloth Hall in the Market Square in Ypres, Belgium, during a dress rehearsal ahead of the commemorations to mark 100 years since the start of the Battle of Passchendaele
The attacks were fought near Ypres, Belgium, from July 31 to November 10, 1917, in muddy battlefields summed up in poet Siegfried Sassoon's line: "I died in hell, they called it Passchendaele.
William spoke at the Menin Gate monument in Ypres, Belgium, as the daily Last Post was played ahead of today's centenary of the start of the bloody First World War British assault.
William and Kate joined Prince Charles, Prime Minister Theresa May, Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon and Dame Helen Mirren as the daily Last Post was played at Ypres, Belgium.
The battle was fought near Ypres, Belgium, between July 31 and November 10 1917, in battlefields that turned to liquid mud.
Sadly, the Boro youngsters did not qualify for the tournament's next stage, with teams representing Crystal Palace, West Ham United, Blackburn Rovers and Manchester City going on to play in Ypres, Belgium, between December 9-11.
in tr W of So Simon Birch, chairman of Glyndwr Historical Society, was joined by fellow history student Rhys Knowles in laying a wreath at Menin Gate in Ypres, Belgium.
Private Alfred Carter, 1st/7th Bn, Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment) was a well-known Moldgreen man who was killed on December 20, 1915, at Ypres, Belgium, by a shell.
Martin said of the album: "The name Attrition that I chose 35 years ago for the band I was starting came from "War of Attrition", a term used for the First World War, inspired by my fascination with it all after stories from my grandfather William Bowes' time on the frontline in Ypres, Belgium, in 1917.
A TEAM of naval reservists from HMS Calliope in Gateshead has returned from Ypres, Belgium, where they completed a strenuous 100km march.
A TEAM of naval reservists from the North East will travel to Ypres, Belgium to participate in Exercise Flanders 2015.
Members of The Farm and the Peace Collective, including Peter Hooton, | | second right, near Ypres, Belgium, ahead of the release of All Together Now