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George Hales

on 10 January 2013

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Transcript of Ypres

go to Ypres On 2nd November 2009, 60 pupils from Simon Langton Grammar School for Boys went on a trip to the infamous town of Ypres in Belgium to discover the unknown about WWI Where'd they go? Our guide Steve told us about a soldier called
John McCrae who wrote a famous poem called
"In Flanders Fields" 9M and 9S began their expedition
at Essex Farm War Cemetary The next stop on their day tour was a German
war cemetary called Langemark was significantly
different... Next stop was the famous and astoundingly
large Tyne Cot Cemetary Did you know that Tyne Cot
is the largest Commonwealth war Cemetary in the world? Lastly we visited the Menin Gate,
a huge stone archway engraved with
the names of the men who's bodies
were never found... Before we left, we quickly visited
the Hill 62 Canadian War Memorial,
where there were also trenches that had
been left in their original condition since
WWI and a museum of artifacts.
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