Walk a few paces around the Belfry and witness this view. Tyne Cot (top right) and Passchendaele (top left)
The Menin Gate, as seen from atop of the Cloth Hall in Ypres. #WW1
Saw this today near where I work. I think it's the finest memorial to #WW1 I've ever seen.
Octave Lapize's wrecked plane.
And the 1910 winner, Octave Lapize. A French Fighter Pilot, he was shot down on 14 July 1917 near Flirey.
Faber served with 2nd Régiment de Marche of the 1st Regiment, French Foreign Legion.
Francois Faber, from Luxembourg. Winner in 1909...
Lucien Petit-Breton. Winner in 1907. Died in 1917 near Troyes.
The Airborne: Gliders of Major John Howards Coup de Main operation to seize the bridge across the Caen Canal #DDay69
Last one for this evening. The Oxf and Bucks. #DDay69
Ready to go: Maj-Gen Gale meets his lads of 6th Airborne beside their Albemarle on 5th June. #DDay69
The Air Armada. Stirlings at RAF Keevil on 5th June 1944 with Invasion stripes #DDay69
Ready to go: Lt's de la Tour, Wells, Vischer & Midwood of 22nd Ind. Para Coy. synchronise watches this evening in '44
Ready to Go: Richard 'Windy' Gale, commander of 6th Airborne (given a tin of treacle) this evening in 1944. #DDay69
A Mitchell Bomber overflying the Invasion Fleet #DDay69
Ready to go: Commandos of 1st Special Service Brigade begin boarding LCI(S) on Southampton Water. #DDay69
Ready to go. The heavily laden Men of the 101st go through a final equipment check. #DDay69
All blacked up. Pathfinders of the 501st PIR, 101st Airborne. 5th June 1944. #DDay69 #screamingeagles
Ready to go: Likewise, men of the 22nd Independent Parachute Company get ready for the drop into Normandy. #DDay69
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