About The Trench of Death
The Trench of Death (De Dodengang) in Diksmuide, Belgium dates to the First World War and, as its name suggests, was amongst the most treacherous of trench systems and had areas of no man’s land as small as 50 metres wide. Well preserved and signposted, the Trench of Death site offers an insight into life on the front lines in the Great War.
The In Flanders Field Museum in Belgium is a comprehensive museum of the First World War and Ypres’s role in the conflict.
The Memorial Museum Passchendaele 1917 provides a comprehensive account of the Battle of Passchendaele, World War One.
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