There was constant trouble between the people of Ypres and their neighbours at Poperinghe.
For Ypres had been rich in historic buildings and monuments of past days.
She saw her son, and kissed him, and then asked to be sent back to Ypres.
In a few days British artillery had flattened it out as badly as Ypres.
This important crossing of the Lys is the most direct route from Lille to Ypres.
More to the south, from Dixmude to the north of Ypres, a like situation.
Fritzie had a mania for shelling crossing roads, and those in the Ypres salient are all named appropriately.
The enemy, in the battle of Ypres alone, had lost at least 120,000 men.
Far, far to the south Ypres flashes and flares on the horizon, with its night-long artillery fire.
I fix the close of the first phase of the Battle of Ypres as the night of October 26th.