Behind The Lines at Ypres

In this episode, we go behind the lines in Flanders and look at the key locations that enabled the British and Commonwealth forces to keep millions of men on the front line near Ypres during the Great War.



8 Comments on “Behind The Lines at Ypres

  1. Another fantastic episode. I love the slight change of pace as you take us behind the front to see what it was like traveling up to the trenches.

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  2. Remember well a visit with you (+ Henry Williamson Society) and climbing up the ladder to the corn loft chapel. One of the Society’s members gave a reading from Henry’s description of the chapel, which revealed that absolutely nothing had changed since WW1, even down to the chattering birds outside. We were also treated to another member (who was an organist at Exeter Cathedral) playing the harmonium. Wonderful memories.

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