The fields of Flanders serve as a backdrop for the graves of three German World War I soldiers in Menen, Belgium. One hundred years on, World War I still resonates across Flanders Fields, where countless monuments and cemeteries, as well as the relics of bunkers and trenches, dot the modern landscape.
The fields of Flanders serve as a backdrop for the graves of three German World War I soldiers in Menen, Belgium. One hundred years on, World War I still resonates across Flanders Fields, where countless monuments and cemeteries, as well as the relics of bunkers and trenches, dot the modern landscape. Virginia Mayo The Associated Press
The fields of Flanders serve as a backdrop for the graves of three German World War I soldiers in Menen, Belgium. One hundred years on, World War I still resonates across Flanders Fields, where countless monuments and cemeteries, as well as the relics of bunkers and trenches, dot the modern landscape. Virginia Mayo The Associated Press

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