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'Father Van Walleghem's Diary. The British Army in Flanders seen through Belgian eyes' by Dominiek Dendooven


Dominiek Dendooven of the In Flanders Fields Museum in Ypres will give a talk on Father Van Walleghem's Diary.  READ MORE: Newly Translated Diary of Father Achiel Van Walleghem. 

1917 The Passchendaele Year: The Diary of Achiel van Walleghem


Reviewed by Stephen Broomfield. In 1913, Achiel van Walleghem was appointed curate to the village of Dickebusch. After the flight of the priest in 1914 he became responsible for the souls of the residents of the village. In 1916, he was forced to move to Reninghelst, but still visited Dickebusch regularly and to care for those still living there (…

'Flanders 1917 - The Diary of Father Van Walleghem' by Dominiek Dendooven


Dominiek Dendooven will be giving a presentation on the diary of Father Van Walleghem.   Father Van Walleghem was a village priest living at Reninghesit, west of Ypres. During the First World War he kept a detailed record of day to day events and attitudes. He was kept very well informed by the officers lodging in his presbytery. He witnessed and…

Stand To! 1 to 110 Full Contents Listing


Stand To! 1-110 Contents    Stand To!  1 Spring 1981 Editorial Notes (Peter T. Scott) Serving members of the Western Front Association Early Days, New Paths and Acknowledgements Inaugural Meeting: John Terraine's Address. Historian John Terraine berates those who indulge in ‘purely tragic pilgrimages to the Western Front’. The Loving Care …