I'm a World War 1 buff and researcher living in the Ypres Salient in Flanders Fields.
Very often I roam the Military Cemeteries to take pictures of headstones requested by relatives of soldiers of Great Britain and the Commonwealth Forces who were killed or died in Flanders Fields.
For the moment I'm doing a lot of research for Australians, New Zealanders,Irish, Canadians and British to locate their family members who were killed during the Great War in Belgium or France.
If you have a relative who fought in my country or Northern France during the WW1,
I would be glad the locate him and send you a picture of his headstone , cemetery and an account of his "Footsteps" .
This is free of charge.
Browse further through the 'Hallowed Grounds' per cemetery and find other burials in their respective cemeteries