INFORMATION FOR BATTLEFIELD VISITORS
These pages will provide you with all the basic information you require to visit a particular battlefield. They are continually being updated, and if you can provide any further details then contact me via email. If you provide a service on the battlefields you would like others to know about then let me know and I will add it to that battlefields' page.
The Somme Battlefields
The haunting battlefields of the Somme, predominantly concerned with the fighting in 1916. Information on museums, places to stay and other useful information. Last updated: January 2006.
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More than 250,000 soldiers from Britain and the Empire fell in Flanders during WW1. Information on museums, places to stay and other useful information. Last updated: April 2005.
A guide to the Arras Battlefields, which are only an hour from Calais and saw heavy fighting in 1917/18. Last updated: January 2005.
The forgotten Hindenburg Line battlefields saw some of the key fighting in 1917/18. Information on places to stay and other useful tourist information. Last updated: Spring 2004.
Forgotten Front : Armentières to La Bassée
One of the most neglected parts of the British sector, this part of the battlefields covers some of the great offensives of 1915: Neuve Chapelle, Aubers Ridge, Fromelles and Loos. Information on where to stay, museums and other useful material to plan your visit. Last Updated: Spring 2004.
For most French people Verdun was the First World War. Information on how to get there, museums, places to stay and other useful stuff. Last updated: December 2001.
The Gallipoli operations of April 1915 - January 1916 are attracting the interest of many WW1 enthusiasts. This page offers details of how to get there, planning a visit, where to stay and other essential information. Last updated: June 2004.