Australian Memorial Park
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Australian Memorial Park is a World War I memorial, near Fromelles. Ruins and front line remains.
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Bois des 8 rues V1 Rocket site
Bois des 8 rues (sentier de mémoire), D138, Morbecque, France
German rocket site base built in 1943 served as a launch pad for V1 missiles targeting London and southern England. Full of craters as a result of Allied bombing in the area.
Route départementale 55, Chemin des Canadiens, 62580 Givenchy-en-Gohelle
It was the first time all four Canadian divisions participated in a battle and managed to succeed taking Vimy ridge from German forces during WWI. Around the Canadian Memorial you will see many craters from the devastating bombardment. Follow the signs down the road to visit the well preserved
Gibraltar bunker – Pozieres
Gibraltar Bunker, 268 Rte d'Albert, 80300 Pozières, France
Just opposite from the 1st Australian Division Memorial in Pozieres you will find a site with ruins from bunkers. The fierce battle of Pozieres took place in the area and just by watching the whole site you understand how ferocious it was
Beaumont-Hamel Newfoundland Memorial
Beaumont-Hamel Newfoundland Memorial, rue de l'Église, D73, 80300 Auchonvillers, France
On 1st of July 1916 during the first day of the battle of Somme Newfoundland regiment attacked and in less than 30 minutes the whole regiment was eliminated. The memorial site is the largest memorial of the Western Front, and the largest area of the Somme battlefield that has been