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N Yorks mills; Path Head, Henley New Mill; mill trip 14/5/94; Cranborne May 1997; Hungary; Kingsley Mill, Hunts cottage; Stanford [?Sandford] Mill, Woodley; Wandle Mill; Oldcastle, 2 Eldon Road; Titt dwgs, Trowbridge, 22/8/2000; Sheffield, Painshall 6/12/97; Belgium '94; Dunham Massey 24/1/2000; Dunster, Gelli Groes; midland mills summer '90; Warwick br; Poughill; Switzerland Mills, 6/96; Nybridge; Sacrewell, 9/5/93, Painshill wall top; Churchill, 24/10/92; Hungary, Bluebell; Suffolk '94, Woodbridge, Buttrums; Brampton Mowsley, 3/98; Bledlow windmill, Town Mill, sails; Crosthwaite, Stott Park; Stainsby, 5/7/97; Buckland Windmill; Bollee Orleans; Gelli Groes, Amberley; Painshill, Gelli Groes, St Victor.


Llanmill, Porthlenden, Great Chatswell, North Cerney Mill, Barrington Mill, Hagbourne, Itchen Abbas, Faringdon, Sickle Mill, Great Haseley, Wansbeck Mills, North Mill Portland, Terwick Mill, Eastham Mill, Chesterton, Huise.

The Sphere

Volume LIX, No. 777 of "The Sphere" illustrated magazine. Page 265 entitled "Fighting in the Windmill Country of North France and Belgium" shows several windmills that have either been destroyed or used by soldiers.
Pp. 268-9 depicts the Cameron Highlanders capturing a German force near Langemarck, with a smock mill in the background.

"Bruyelle - Le Moulin"

"Dès 8 heures du matin, le 11 mai 1745, la batterie du Moulin et l'artillerie d'Antoing envoyèrent leurs projectiles sur les Autrichiens et les Holandais qui attaquaient Antoing dans le but de tourner la droite française. Le moulin a été démoli par les Allemands en 1918."

"At 8 o'clock in the morning, May 11, 1745, the battery of the Mill and the artillery of Antoing sent their projectiles on the Austrians and the Holandais who attacked Antoing in order to turn the French right. The mill was demolished by the Germans in 1918."

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