War Memorials/Points of Interest
Menin Gate Memorial and Last Post Ceremonies: Memorial archway with the names of over 50,000 missing Allied soldiers in the Ypres Salient. Evening ceremony.
Atlantic Wall: exploration of the remains of portions of the Atlantic Wall in the village of Audinghen France. Talk at site.
Essex Farm (John McCrae Memorial): Field first aid post in Ypres Salient. Talk at site.
Vancouver Corner Canadian Memorial: Site of first German gas attack against Canadian positions. Talk at site.
Yorkshire Trench: newly discovered and preserved trench section in Flanders. Talk at site.
Zanvoorde German bunker: Preserved German observation bunker in the Flanders salient. Talk at site.
Vimy Ridge Memorial Battlefield Park: Interpretive center/ monument and tunnel complex tour. Guided walking tour and talk at site.
Beaumont Hamel Newfoundland Regiment Memorial battlefield Park: Interpretive center/trenches. Guided walking tour and talk at site.
Lochnagar Crater: Largest mine crater created on the first day of the Battle of the Somme. Talk at site.
Dieppe Main Landing Beach and Puys: Site of failed Canadian raid on August 19, 1942. Talk at site.
Dieppe Bunker Complex: Remains of German bunker defence system overlooking Dieppe beach. Talk at site.
Pourville Flank landing beach: Site of actions by Col. Cecil Merritt VC recipient. Talk at site.
Juno Beach Bunkers and Memorials: Site of Canadian 3rd Infantry Division landings on June 6, 1944. Talk at site.
Mulberry Harbour: Remains of artificial harbour used by allies beginning June 9, 1944. Talk at site.
Longue Battery Complex: Remains of large German coastal guns and observation bunker. Talk at site.
Tank memorial: The use if the tank for the first time in history here near Flers in the Somme September 15th 1916. Talk at site.