Anger at wind farm plan for WWI battlefield #AUS #FRA

By National Wind Watch RSL members have expressed outrage at reports wind turbines could be built on the site of a World War I battlefield where Diggers are buried. There are reports a giant wind farm could be constructed where the two Western Front battles of Bullecourt in northern France were fought 100 years ago. The battles resulted in more than 10,000 Australian casualties. The president of RSL NSW, James Brown, told Nine.com.au he had received calls from members deeply concerned at the reports. . . .

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