Memorial Museum Passchendaele

The Third battle of Ypres, known as Passchendaele 1917, was one of the great conflicts of the First World War. Of the many dead (mostly British, Australian, Canadian, New Zealand and South African troops), most lie still undiscovered in Flanders Fields. The Passchendaele Archive at the Memorial Museum Zonnebeke is a living memorial, endeavouring to put faces and stories to the names of those missing by building personal records with photographs, family documentation and information from military sources.