Cemeteries and Locations on the WW1 Traces of Evil: Remaining Nazi Sites in Lower Franconia Sites in Berlin (2) Ypres is an ancient town, known to have been raided by the Romans in the first century. It is first mentioned by name in 1066 and is probably named after the river Ieperlee on the banks of which it was founded. The battlefields of the. Ypres, salient today contain the resting place of many thousands of soldiers of different nationalities who died during the WW1 battles around the town of Ieper (or. The Sunderland Site Page 087 - searlecanada WW1 Remembrance Projects - Great War The Descendants of Archibald McKinnon of DeSable Welcome to, pEP.P! Ypres as it was then known). Belgiums biggest draws are its medieval town cores, home to a bounty of Unesco sites and many a delightful cafe-bar serving some of the planet s finest beers. Würzburg Birthplace of Colonel General Alfred Jodl, born 1890; Chief of Operations Staff of the OKW (the High Command of the Armed Forces) during the war and eventually sentenced to death and hanged in Nuremberg in 1946. After the voyages of Christopher Columbus in 1492, Spanish, Portuguese and later English, French and Dutch colonial expeditions arrived in the New World, conquering and settling the discovered lands, which led to a transformation of the cultural and physical landscape in the Americas. Water ballast was moved aft to lighten the vessel forward, she was freed, apparently with some difficulty. A few years later, in 1937, the vessel was sold.V. 2 engine-room crew were lost. AngloHungarian of Budapest, Hungary, 'G. Many independent voyages also, incl.