Berkhamsted W W 1 Trenches

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  • Address: Common, Berkhamsted HP4 2QA, UK, United Kingdom
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  • Tags: Camp, Historical Site, Family And Kids

These trenches were used in the First World War by more than fourteen-thousand troops. Tented camps were set near the station. Parades took place on the field which is now known as Kitchener’s field. Surrounding countryside was used for training grounds. This is a great opportunity for history lovers to know more about the First World War. Visit this place and learn about the unknown interesting stories. It will take you back in time.

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  • Interesting to see relic from WW1 training. Can be a little difficult to see / trace down the slope during the summer, easier during the winter when all of the vegetation has died back.

  • Nice little relic for enthusiasts and a quick walk

  • Great piece of History, lovely views and walks for dog walkers to Ashridge Forest. Carpark available near golf course. Public house sign posted further down the road towards Ashridge House.

  • Trenches need to be cleared of all the bracken to be appreciated.

  • A nice piece of history and a short walk in the woods.

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