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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 RĂ©giment 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