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Deserted Jail, Loos // Prison Abandonnée, Loos. PART 1

The Loos’ prison (located near Lille, French Flanders) was originally an abbey, it was transformed into a jail in the XIX° century.

The prison has been deserted since 2011 but it’s still full of life. 70 more words

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War Memorial

One of our students was wondering why the war memorial at the top of Hills Road reads 1914-1919 rather than 1914-1918. It is a reasonable question, and fairly straightforward to answer – 1919 is the year of the Treaty of Versailles which saw the war formally ended; until that point, hostilities were merely suspended at the Armistice. 338 more words

General Irrelevance

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Loos, 25th September 1915

A very short update on my next project – a divisional comparison between Regular and New Army divisions in the opening days of the Battle of Loos in September 1915. 83 more words

1915

To The Memory Of Our Brave Sons Who Have Fallen On The Field Of Battle

During the D-day landings in Normandy 70 years ago, 61,000 British troops landed on June 6th and 2700 of that number never lived to see daybreak the following day… 347 more words

War

The Lincolnshire regiment at Leighton Buzzard

Major John Storer (on horseback) observes the 8th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment, marching through Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire. Formed in September 1914, the battalion trained in Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire in the winter of 1914-1915, when this photograph was taken. 64 more words

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