Ever wanted to visit the First World War Battlefields of Ypres?
One Day Guided Tours To Ypres
(Dunkirk also available)
£99 fully guided
Come on a guided tour with us - small friendly groups.
(See testimonials page)
Since the 1920's, British, Empire and German tourists of one type or another have been coming to Ypres in Belgium to pay their respects to the half a million men who lie beneath the soil of this unassuming farming area. It is a pilgrimage to those who never returned home.
Come and find out some of their stories and see where the fighting took place.
The Ruins of Ypres 1918.
Buried or Commemorated on the Western Front
Almost every surname can be found.
- Smith -11,007. Jones- 6,477. Brown - 5,687. White - 3,599.
Green - 3,482. Check your own surname on www.cwgc.co.uk
In total by the end of the war, 580,000 identified graves and 180,000 unidentified graves had been marked and recorded. Commemorations on memorials totalled 530,000. The grim total for all Commonwealth deaths is around 900,000.