Vierstraat - Hohlweg.

This street is about 3400 meters long from the north-west church to Hallebast and stops at the border area Hallebast (Kemmel). In the Vierstraat you have left the current Wijtschatebos, when you cross the forest, you will meet your sports hall, which used to be the "Hospiz Godtschalck", known as "Hospice Bos", also called "Kapelleriebos" or "Bois de Wytschaete" Further left for the plot with the Voormezelestraat was the former inn "De Croonaert" at the current house, behind this house was the "Hohlweg" with the famous "Red Chateau", which one can see.

A little further down the road to Kemmel on the right are the craters of "De Hollandse Schuur". If you continue on your way until you cross the Kemmel-Dikkebus (Goudezeune factory) crossing, you cross "Klein Vierstraat British Cemetery" (called the Cross-Roads by the British) along the track to Poperinge, the Inn "Kleine Vierstraat "and during the first world war by the British army in January 1917 a cemetery was built.

 Watercolor of the Hohlweg in Wijtschate 1914 signed by Hitler

Hospice Forest

The Hospicebos also Kapelleriebos or Bois de Wytschaete, for the British Unnamed Woods and by the Germans referred to as Zahnstech or Zahnstocher Wald, about 800 meters northwest of Wijtschate's church and about 650 meters northeast of the Petit Bois miners A German concrete construction in the northern corner of the present play forest, the construction is accessible with construction stairs and arena. After the fighting of 7 June 1917 on the Germans, the forest was conquered by the 7th Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers and Inniskilling Wood as a name, but this proposal for name change was never taken over by other units, despite the nameplate "Inniskilling Wood" and further indicated On staff cards like Unnamed Wood.

There would be another 8 concrete structures in it, as well as a masonic German mine shaft.

  English map March 1916

Klein Vierstraat British Cemetery

This military cemetery is located near the intersection of the Molenstraat with the Vierstraat about 1km north-west of the Vierstraat and at 2.5km northeast of Kemmel, close to the Kemmel No 1 French Cemetery at 150 meters to the east is the demarcation point no .15 and at Suffolk Cemetery 400m southeast.

This cemetery is named after the adjacent intersection (where the inn was called 'Kleine Vierstraat'), was built in January 1917 and until January 1918, dead bury was buried by medical records (field ambulances), in April 1918 battles were also buried. After the ceasefire, 364 graves were added, from smaller cemeteries. There are 670 known and 108 unknown British, 8 Australians, 7 famous and 1 unknown Canadians, 7 New Zealanders, 1 South African and 1 Chinese (died on March 3, 1919).

  Klein Vierstraat British Cemetery

  View of the cemetery

  View of the cemetery and the Cross of Sacrifice