Battle of Ypres

By: Faith Miller & Megan Ayres

Simple Facts of Ypres

Ypres battle

November 1914-1918

Ypres, Belgium

Battle Information

During the battle, France, Belgium, and the United Kingdom were together and against the German Empire. The commanders from France were Joseph Joffre, Ferdinand Foch a commander from Belgium was Albert 1 and from the United Kingdom was John French. From the German Empire they had Erich Von Falkenhayn, Albrecht of Wurttemberg, Ruppercht of Bavaria, Max von Fabeck, Alexander von Linsingen. You may be wondering who won the battle and the German Empire was the one to win the Ypres war. The Germans won the ypres war.

Map of The Ypres War

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Technology Used in The Ypres war

Great Tourism Sites That Are Great To See!!

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Ted Smout speaks out about the Ypres war

Tour Of The Ypres Battlefield

Where to eat while visiting the Ypres battlefield

  1. Eating and drinking: there are many restaurants, bars and cafes in town, most grouped around the central square but also along the Rijselsestraat and other main routes into the square. The larger villages around – notably Langemark, Zonnebeke and Passendale – have some too.

Other Attractions to See Near the Ypres War

popular and interesting battlefield sites around Ypres is Hill 60, German cemetery in Lange mark, Essex Farm Cemetery - site John MC Chae, Bayern Wald or Pool of Peace, mine crater, in Wijtschate and many more.

WHILE VISITING THE BATTLEFIELD YOU CAN STAY AT MANY OF THESE 5 STAR HOTELS!!

Ariane Hotel ( 5 stars )

Albion Hotel ( 4 stars )

Ambrosia Hotel ( 4 stars )

Old Tom Hotel ( 4 stars )

A Map/ Directions of The Battlefield