Belgium - Hooge Crater Museum 1914-18 - 2

Hooge Crater Museum - Oostende - Ieper / Ypres - World War I - Trench - Weapon - uniform - European Tourist Guide - euro-t-guide.com
The Hooge Crater Museum 1914-18 is one of the very interesting World War I museum located just outside Ypres - one of the towns that saw a lot of fighting during World War I.
The museum displays a lot of both German and Allied uniforms and hand weapons. The museum also include a full-size replica of a German Fokker Dr. I triplane fighter from World War I.    
 
      
Zillebeke - Ypers / Ieper

A Belgian World War I soldier displayed at the Hooge Crater Museum 1914-18 in Ypres.

A Belgian World War I soldier displayed at the Hooge Crater Museum 1914-18 in Ypres.
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Some of  the many World War I weapons displayed at the Hooge Crater Museum 1914-18 in Ypres.

Some of  the many World War I weapons displayed at the Hooge Crater Museum 1914-18 in Ypres.
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A German World War I soldier displayed at the Hooge Crater Museum 1914-18 in Ypres.

A German World War I soldier displayed at the Hooge Crater Museum 1914-18 in Ypres.
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Pictures of British World War I tanks displayed at the Hooge Crater Museum 1914-18 in Ypres.

Pictures of British World War I tanks displayed at the Hooge Crater Museum 1914-18 in Ypres.
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A model of a British World War I tank displayed at the Hooge Crater Museum 1914-18 in Ypres.

A model of a British World War I tank displayed at the Hooge Crater Museum 1914-18 in Ypres.
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British and a Colonial World War I soldier displayed at the Hooge Crater Museum 1914-18 in Ypres.

British and a Colonial World War I soldier displayed at the Hooge Crater Museum 1914-18 in Ypres.
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