Tyne Cot, the largest Commonwealth military cemetery in the world, contains two large concrete bunkers which once formed a part of the German defensive line on the ridge at Passchendaele. The land on which this cemetery stands is the free gift of the Belgian people for the perpetual resting place of those of the allied armies who fell in the war of 1914-1918 and are honoured here. The Tyne Cot Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery and Memorial to the Missing is a burial ground for the dead of the First World War in the Ypres Salient on the Western Front. 1914-1918 Belgium Bunker Cemetery Commonwealth Military Cemetery Michel Guntern Passchendaele Travel Photography Trees Tyne Cot Cemetery Concrete Defensive Line German Bunker Graves Gravestone Graveyard Largest Memorial No People Outdoors The Past Travelpics Trees And Sky World War One
In Memory Of Our Glorious Dead 1914-1918 Portland Portland Heights 1914-1918 War Memorial
EyeEm Selects Green Climber Pillar Shrine Evening Outdoors Cemetery War Memorial Close Up Madras War Cemetery 1914-1918 Second World War
Cross Thiepval War Memorial Ww1 Remembrance War Graves War Memorial Somme Cemetery Cross 1914-1918
My great grandfather and my great uncle Ww1 War France 1914-1918
"To the solemn gravestone, near a lonely cemetery, my heart like a muffled drum is beating funeral marches " Cemetery History Grave Evening World War 2 Memorial Their Name Liveth For Evermore 1914-1918
Lest We Forget - 1914-1918 To commemorate the centenary of the First World War years (1914-1918), we created a Travel Notes Calendar to remember the fallen; those who served in the military campaigns fighting for our freedom. This photo was used on the cover. Lest We Forget was originally penned in the poem 'Recessional', by Rudyard Kipling; actually dedicated to Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897; asking God to spare the British Empire, 'lest we forget' (the sacrifice of Christ). The phrase passed into common usage across the British Commonwealth, after World War I; becoming linked with Remembrance Day, as a plea not to forget past sacrifices. 'Lest We Forget' is often found on war memorials, or used as an epitaph. 1914-1918 Belgium Flanders Flanders Fields For The Fallen Lest We Forget Michel Guntern Travel Photography Ypres Calendar Close-up Cover Fields Flanders Poppy No People Poppies  Poppies Field Poppies In Corn Poppy Field Red Reef Remembrance Remembrance Sunday Travel Pics World War One
Taking Aim! 1914-1918 History Through The Lens  Huawei P20 Pro Horizon Over Land Outdoors Photograpghy  Outside Photography EyeEm Selects Canon Military Weapon Water War Clear Sky Cannon History Fort Sky Scenics Battle