> Travel Notes Blog: January - World War One Trenches
Commemorating the centenary of the 1914-1918 Great
Travel Pics remembers.
On the Western Front, during World War One, much of the war was spent
Soldiers lived together day and night in these long, narrow ditches,
dug into the earth.
Life in the Trenches:
The trenches defined the front lines and were held by infantry.
Death was a constant threat to those serving in the line.
This reconstructed section of original German trench system is located
about 2km north of Wijtschate.
Access is by prior booking from the Heuvelland Tourist Office in
Battle Monuments Commission.
Signing in Compiegne.
Castle in June.
Cemetery at Messines Ridge.
Bunker at Tyne Cot Cemetery.
Montsec American Monument.
Name Liveth For Evermore.
World War One Trenches.
Remembrance Sunday - Lest We Forget.
By Michel Guntern.
Meta-Travel Community Blogs.
Link to: https://blog.travelnotes.org/2015/world-war-one-trenches.htm