Category Archives: Zandvoorde

Ten Brielen War Memorial

If you take the road south from Zandvoorde towards Comines, past the German bunker we visited some time ago (You didn’t?  Then click here: Ten Brielen Bunker), after about a mile and a half you will pass through Ten Brielen … Continue reading

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Zandvoorde – The Household Cavalry Monument

Modern development means that the Household Cavalry Monument at Zandvoorde is now accessed by a narrow alleyway between two buildings.

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Zandvoorde War Memorial & Churchyard

The church of St. Bartholomew at Zandvoorde, destroyed during the First World War and rebuilt in the 1920s.

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Zantvoorde British Cemetery – Part Two

A few weeks before Christmas, the family Baldrick & I revisited Zandvoorde and the British cemetery there.  Last time it was a beautiful summer’s day, blue sky, fluffy white clouds.  Not so nice today, but a good opportunity nonetheless to rectify some omissions from … Continue reading

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Zantvoorde British Cemetery (Part One) & the Ten Brielen Bunker

Zantvoorde British Cemetery is unusual, at least compared to the other cemeteries we have so far visited, in that it didn’t exist until after the war.  Unsurprising really, bearing in mind that the Germans took the village of Zantvoorde (now … Continue reading

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