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  Golf du Bois de Ruminghem, France, 18 hole Golf Course
Thereafter D600 (direction Dunkerque) and after 10 minutes follow sign to Ruminghem.
Take toll motorway A26 to Calais and exit 2 (Eperleques).
Thereafter to Recques and Muncq and follow signs to Ruminghem.
www.golfduboisderuminghem.com   (713 words)

 Eperleques - Education - Information - Educational Resources - Encyclopedia - Music
The blockhouse in the nearby woods is a vast concrete structure built by the Nazis during the Second World War for the V-2 rocket.
Eperleques was designed to be able to launch 36 rockets per day and also make sufficient liquid oxygen to fuel them, around 65 tons of it in total.
Eperleques is protected under French law as a historic building and is open to the public.
www.music.us /education/E/Eperleques.htm   (697 words)

 La Coupole - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In total more than 6 km of galleries were dug by the Soviet prisoners in order to store the rockets 42 m underground.
A liquid oxygen fuel plant was also built to supplement the supply from the now redeployed Eperleques site and underground barracks and administrative areas were dug out and lined with concrete.
In January 1944 an enormous concrete dome, or cupola, was built over the top of the facility, giving the site its name.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/La_Coupole   (574 words)

 1998-01 Jan98 Newsletter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Eperleques was a main V2 site where most of the missiles were launched.
It is significant to note that the total tonnage of explosive in the warheads of the Vl and V2's aimed at London during the whole of the campaign was less that that dropped by the RAF in a single nights operation over Germany.
Also near the Eperleques site is a Commonwealth cemetery where many RAF and Allied airman are buried.
www.g3src.org.uk /newsletr/1998/jan1998.htm   (2358 words)

 V-2 rocket - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
V-2s arrived from a number of factories in a continuous stream on several redundant rail lines, and launching was almost continual.
Construction of the first such site started at Eperleques in the Pas-de-Calais area in 1943, but the British spotted it almost immediately and started a massive bombing campaign that eventually forced the Germans to abandon it.
Another site was then started nearby in a huge quarry and called La Coupole, but it wasn't long before that too was bombed into submission.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/V-2_rocket   (2820 words)

 The Chapels   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The Carmelite chapel in Ardres, built in 1679, its facade in brick,and crowned with a belfry is decorated with pilasters of calcareous stone.
In all probability it served as the inspiration for the restoration of Our Lady of the Snows in Eperleques.
The chapel dedicated to Our Lady of the Forest, at Tournehem (1713), modelled mainly on the rustic chapels of the region of the XVIII and XIX centuries, built in stone or brick.
www.ardresis.com /eng/tourismehistoire/leschapelles.html   (540 words)

 Mr. B at the V2 Blockhouse - EPERLEQUES, FRANCE
B at the V2 Blockhouse - EPERLEQUES, FRANCE
James is standing in front of a diagram showing the inner workings of the V1 "Flying Bomb", used against England during WWII by the Germans.
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 World War II Tours: End the War in '44 Tour Itinerary
Short transfer from Chateau de Cocove to Eperleques.
The Blockhouse in Eperleques was the Third Reich's response to the Allied bombing destruction of Peenemunde.
V2 Blockhaus at Eperleques and Second World War Museum in Calais
www.alpventures.com /war44itin1.html   (940 words)

 Sentell Family History, Chapter 9   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The company crossed to Calais on 24 May and three days later they traveled by train to the Eperleques Training Area west of St. Omer.
The capacity of the boxcars in which they rode was posted "Hommes 40, Chevaux 8," and both men and horses were crowded into the car that Henry rode to the training area.
for the duration of their training at Eperleques.
web.mountain.net /~sentell/gen/ch009.htm   (7137 words)

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