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So the enemy, in many sectors on the Flanders front, until Haig's last victory on the Passchendaele Ridge, still held the positions that were highest and the trenches that were driest. In most of the British ''trenches'' facing them an entrenching tool would strike water a foot below the surface. Rough Riders M/C Citadel Chapter, Ridgeway, South Carolina. likes 9 talking about this. Located in Ridgeway,South Carolina, Citadel has been in the area since , a traditional motorcycle Followers:
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EGL Thurlow, DSO. London: Ivor Nicholson and Watson Ltd. for the British Legion, Includes a transcript of some text "found in a pill-box at Passchendaele on its re-occupation, from the Library at Talbot House, Poperinghe.
The Flanders Road is like an eerie painting done by some gifted fauvist it consists entirely of blots, stains, smears of bright paint and it is lush and arresting if it had rained spears, all huddled now in the stands with the sculptured gingerbread floating in the sky, with the /5.
the Somme and in Flanders, held an awestruck world in suspense. A million men released from the Russian front, rolled across Europe and, swelling that great tide which was already banked up before the British breakwater, it washed over all the front line barriers and threatened at.
The Flemish Movement (Dutch: Vlaamse Beweging) is an umbrella term which encompasses various political groups in the Belgian region of Flanders and, less commonly, in French gically, it encompasses groups which have sought to promote Flemish culture and Dutch language as well as those who have sought greater political autonomy for Flanders within Belgium.
The Peasant revolt in Flanders – was a popular revolt in late medieval Europe. Beginning as a series of scattered rural riots in latepeasant insurrection escalated into a full-scale rebellion that dominated public affairs in Flanders for nearly five years until The uprising in Flanders was caused by both excessive taxations levied by the Count of Flanders Louis I, and by his pro-French policies.
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