Edward had crossed the Channel to put an army ashore in Flanders.
In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row.
Flanders was overrun by the French, and Queen Philippa had been taken hostage in Ghent.
The Great War claimed many more victims long after the torn, corpse-strewn landscape of France and Flanders had healed.
This tapestry was woven in Flanders in about 1500 for a noble French client.
I gathered together a goodly number of friends to assist the Archduke Albert in Flanders: bought horses, and laid in powder.
You will do well to go to Bourbon until my return from Flanders.
Thus Calais was once more a Spanish city, and was re-annexed to the obedient provinces of Flanders.
This was the last campaign in Flanders of the Duke of Marlborough.
The powder had already been procured from Flanders, and deposited in the house at Lambeth.
probably a compound of roots represented by Flemish vlakte "plain" + wanderen "to wander."