Location map for the Western Front battlefields One of the very few sites where original trenches dating from have been preserved at the Hill 62 Sanctuary Wood museum, Ypres Salient, Belgium. The 1WW battlefields of the Western Front are located in a long line of approximately miles from the Belgian coast, through the southern Belgian province of West Flanders and regions of northern and eastern France.
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