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ANZAC Day at Le Quesnoy

April 25, 2018
Le Quesnoy - it’s a special place for All New Zealanders in France, the town of Le Quesnoy liberated on November 4, 1918 by the NZ Regiment.The Story is told in a stained glass window in St Andrews in Cambridge, and in Le Quesnoy they have commemorated Anzac Day ever since...
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A report from Pete Mossong on his 2008 visit

On November 3rd, 2008, after spending a couple of weeks touring the south and west of England, I headed off to France via the Eurostar train to Lille in northern France. I spent a few hours exploring Lille, then made my way via the domestic railway system (very impressive, a...
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​Le Quesnoy 2006

February 1, 2013

by Eris Parker

The reason for my overseas trip in 2006 was to tie up the research I had been doing for the past 18 years on Cambridge WW1 Soldiers by photographing the areas of battles, cemeteries and their headstones.My book ‘Cambridge WW1 - Something to Remember’ was publis...
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