"Harry's Flanders" Battlefield Tour



A fantastic, emotional journey. Below is slideshow of some of the photographs from Day 1. Click on the image for access to the full set of albums for the trip. You'll need to unblock "pop-ups" to get to the albums. When the album "Day 1" loads click on "View Album", then "Harry's Public Gallery" to access "Day 2", "Day 3" and other Harry pictures. There are several hundred photographs and so it may take a day or two to caption each one. Many thanks to David McGovern who has contributed a huge proportion of the photographs.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Did he die?? and is this for real "Battlefield Tour"?

Anonymous said...

I know I am a bit late, but have a wonderful time.

Linda

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Sepoy Agent said...

Wonderful, inspiring pictures, thank you.

Anonymous said...

I agree. The pictures are wonderful. I'm looking forward to reading the account of the tour.

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Justin said...

What a fascinating blog made all the better by the contributions (maps etc.) from other readers. Thanks for posting a great visual record of your viisit. I'd just like to add a big thank you to all those people who keep these graveyards full of heroes in such good order!

Nanny (Shirley) said...

I ahve been following this blog for several months now. The pictures you have made available so far are so wonderful and evoke such an emotional response. I was born and raised in England during WWII and have many memories from that. Please keep up the good work - I certainly hope that Harry makes at back from the Great War OK.

Anyone interested in more information of the Great War should visit http://www.greatwar.nl/ - very informative!

Showbizbuff said...

This is a fantastic site. My wife's father served in WWI, and his health was damaged to the extent that he passed away when she was just 12 years old. She did not have the benefit of a normal father/daughter relationship because even though he did survive the war, he was in poor health for those 12 years, caused by this dreadful war. Your site has been marvelous for her because it gives her a little insight into what Harry endured, and therefore, what her own father must have gone through as well. We hope Harry makes it to the end.