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 Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, BEL


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Panel (#23) commemorating the sacrifice of No. 4086, Pte., Luke MONKOVITCH (sic) (c. 1874-1917) at the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, BEL.
Panel (#23) commemorating the sacrifice of No. 4086, Pte., Luke MONKOVITCH (sic) (c. 1874-1917) at the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, BEL.
 
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Panel commemorating the sacrifice of No. 6492, Pte. Walter Russell CHING (1896-1917), 23 Battalion, Australian Infantry, AIF, at the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. Lest We Forget.
Panel commemorating the sacrifice of No. 6492, Pte. Walter Russell CHING (1896-1917), 23 Battalion, Australian Infantry, AIF, at the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. Lest We Forget.
 
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Panel on the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders BEL.
Panel on the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders BEL.
Commemorating the service and sacrifice of 3437, Pte., Albert Ernest TAYLOR (1887-1917), 2nd. Pioneer Battalion, AIF who was killed-in-action on the Ypres Salient, West Flanders BEL on 22 Sep 1917. Unfortunately, there is no known grave. 
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The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. This monument commemorates the service and sacrifice of 54,896 soldiers of the Britain and the Commonwealth (other than those from New Zealand and Newfoundland) who died in the Ypres Salient during WWI, who have no known grave. This outstanding monument was opened in 1927 by Field Marshall Herbert PLUMER, 1st. Viscount Plumer (1857-1932) who was one of the few British generals whose reputation was enhanced by his service during WWI. The life and service of No. 6492, Pte. Walter Russell CHING (1896-1917), 23 Battalion, Australian Infantry, AIF is to be found here on Panel 23. Killed in action somewhere on the Ypres Salient on 8 Oct 1917. Lest We Forget.
The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. This monument commemorates the service and sacrifice of 54,896 soldiers of the Britain and the Commonwealth (other than those from New Zealand and Newfoundland) who died in the Ypres Salient during WWI, who have no known grave. This outstanding monument was opened in 1927 by Field Marshall Herbert PLUMER, 1st. Viscount Plumer (1857-1932) who was one of the few British generals whose reputation was enhanced by his service during WWI. The life and service of No. 6492, Pte. Walter Russell CHING (1896-1917), 23 Battalion, Australian Infantry, AIF is to be found here on Panel 23. Killed in action somewhere on the Ypres Salient on 8 Oct 1917. Lest We Forget.
The view is to the West and the East tower of the beautiful Cloth Hall is visible through the gate. 
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The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. This monument commemorates the service and sacrifice of 54,896 soldiers of the Britain and the Commonwealth (other than those from New Zealand and Newfoundland) who died in the Ypres Salient during WWI, who have no known grave. This outstanding monument was opened in 1927 by Field Marshall Herbert PLUMER, 1st. Viscount Plumer (1857-1932) who was one of the few British generals whose reputation was enhanced by his service during WWI. The sacrifice of Luke MONKIVITCH (1874-1917) is remembered here. Lest We Forget.
The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. This monument commemorates the service and sacrifice of 54,896 soldiers of the Britain and the Commonwealth (other than those from New Zealand and Newfoundland) who died in the Ypres Salient during WWI, who have no known grave. This outstanding monument was opened in 1927 by Field Marshall Herbert PLUMER, 1st. Viscount Plumer (1857-1932) who was one of the few British generals whose reputation was enhanced by his service during WWI. The sacrifice of Luke MONKIVITCH (1874-1917) is remembered here. Lest We Forget.
The view is to the West and the East tower of the beautiful Cloth Hall is visible through the gate. 
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The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. This monument commemorates the service and sacrifice of 54,896 soldiers of the Britain and the Commonwealth (other than those from New Zealand and Newfoundland) who died in the Ypres Salient during WWI, who have no known grave. This outstanding monument was opened in 1927 by Field Marshall Herbert PLUMER, 1st. Viscount Plumer (1857-1932) who was one of the few British generals whose reputation was enhanced by his service during WWI. The sacrifice of Albert Ernest TAYLOR is remembered here. Lest We Forget.
The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. This monument commemorates the service and sacrifice of 54,896 soldiers of the Britain and the Commonwealth (other than those from New Zealand and Newfoundland) who died in the Ypres Salient during WWI, who have no known grave. This outstanding monument was opened in 1927 by Field Marshall Herbert PLUMER, 1st. Viscount Plumer (1857-1932) who was one of the few British generals whose reputation was enhanced by his service during WWI. The sacrifice of Albert Ernest TAYLOR is remembered here. Lest We Forget.
The view is to the West and the East tower of the beautiful Cloth Hall is visible through the gate. 
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The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. This monument commemorates the service and sacrifice of 54,896 soldiers of the Britain and the Commonwealth (other than those from New Zealand and Newfoundland) who died in the Ypres Salient during WWI, who have no known grave. This outstanding monument was opened in 1927 by Field Marshall Herbert PLUMER, 1st. Viscount Plumer (1857-1932) who was one of the few British generals whose reputation was enhanced by his service during WWI. The sacrifice of Lorne William John ALLIN (1896-1917) is remembered on the walls of this outstanding monument. Lest We Forget.
The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. This monument commemorates the service and sacrifice of 54,896 soldiers of the Britain and the Commonwealth (other than those from New Zealand and Newfoundland) who died in the Ypres Salient during WWI, who have no known grave. This outstanding monument was opened in 1927 by Field Marshall Herbert PLUMER, 1st. Viscount Plumer (1857-1932) who was one of the few British generals whose reputation was enhanced by his service during WWI. The sacrifice of Lorne William John ALLIN (1896-1917) is remembered on the walls of this outstanding monument. Lest We Forget.
The view is to the West and the East tower of the beautiful Cloth Hall is visible through the gate. 
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This dedication is located high up on an internal wall of the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium.
This dedication is located high up on an internal wall of the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium.
 
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This dedication is located high up on an internal wall of the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium.
This dedication is located high up on an internal wall of the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium.
 
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This dedication is located high up on an internal wall of the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium.
This dedication is located high up on an internal wall of the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium.
 
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This dedication is located high up on an internal wall of the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium.
This dedication is located high up on an internal wall of the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium.
 
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Wall panel remembering the sacrifice of No. 654359, Pte., Lorne William John ALLIN (1896-1917), 58th. Battalion, Canadian Infantry, CEF who was killed in action during the second phase of the battle for Passchendaele, West Flanders, Belgium during WWI. Sadly, he has no known grave. Lest We Forget.
Wall panel remembering the sacrifice of No. 654359, Pte., Lorne William John ALLIN (1896-1917), 58th. Battalion, Canadian Infantry, CEF who was killed in action during the second phase of the battle for Passchendaele, West Flanders, Belgium during WWI. Sadly, he has no known grave. Lest We Forget.