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Being able to travel the beautiful countryside of France and Belgium as we made our way to the various sites of interest was most enjoyable. Long days ,well planned, informative, fun and rewarded with outstanding accommodations and some great food. Just to let you know how much we enjoyed the Bartletts tour with Bill, who is so knowledgeable as well as good company. Simply put, this was one of the best travel experiences I have ever had and I am sure my travelling companion, Bob would agree that it was very much down to you. In the past decade, I have read a number of books, some fiction and some histories, that clarify the War even more. This day will have an even more significant meaning to me as a result of the the tour and seeing first hand the sacrifices that were made by so many. Thank you also for imparting just a small part of your enormous knowledge to us in your professional and easy way. CEF British Columbia Legion of Frontiersmen Collar Badge A scarce collar badge to the obscure BC LOF. Also said we are happy to pass on your names to everyone in Canberra – but you should put your prices up. Michael you are a credit to your profession and it was an absolute pleasure to be in your company during this tour. To be on hallowed ground and to now, finally, understand just a tiny percent of what those poor boys went through, was truly a privilege. To be able to say a few words to all the Australians, and all the others, all such young men at this holy season was truly emotional, and truly a privilege. We found the discussions and narrative on each of the many sports heroes who fell in the Great War most interesting and the gps location software that was used quite fascinating. For those not familiar with these, there is a trick to opening them as they do not have a release button or clasp. Unfortunately, only three lugs remaining, all of which have been crudely repaired with silver solder. You have to slide the face and reverse slides in opposite directions (one up and one down, simultaneously) to open the case. The planning and organization of this Western Front Tour by you and David and your incomparable delivery of the tour itinerary made for an amazing and most enjoyable adventure. CEF Khaki University Collar Badge A scarce collar badge which has had a repaired pin fastener to the reverse. CEF General Service Canada Collar – Gilt sweetheart badge A collar badge in gilt finish with pinback. Thank you also for getting us so drunk and pushing us over in the mud, and almost, but not quite keeping a straight face as we performed a spectacular Chaplin-esque fall in the mud. First time I have seen this, although I have encounted Oliver pattern belts which were dyed black and marked to the Queens Own Rifles. Of course, the highlight was to have the opportunity, the privilege – the rare privilege, to recite the Ode (or Exaltation) at the Menin Gate. I also much appreciate the preparation you completed with the War Diaries on my Great Uncle who died at the Battle of Messines. The thing is Dave, we were able to go back to a warm motel, change into clean clothes and hop into a warm car. BWM named to Scott – Royal Naval Air Service RNAS A lone British War Medal to a member of the Royal Naval Air Service. where is mariana trench deepest sea trench trench history where is the marianas trench what was it like living in the trenches trenching meaning what is trenching western front trench definition of trenches how deep is mariana trench in the trenches meaning life in trench mariana trench location diseases in trenches meaning of trenches trench coat image long coat for men bottom of mariana trench wool trench coat men brown coats for sale life in wwi trenches coat for men jackets mens mens jacket why did front line trenches have a zigzag pattern long coats for men what is a soldier who digs trenches called a trench marianus trench brown mac coat


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