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The largest French War Cemetery.
Modern Canada was born in the trenches of Vimy
French-German Symbol of Reconciliation
The Museum of the Great War of the Pays de Meaux has a permanent exhibition on 3,000 sq m on all aspects of the conflict of 1914-1918.
The massive Hartmannswillerkopf was the scene of many attacks during the First World War.
Thiepval has the great Memorial to the Missing. This imposing monument commemorates the 72 205 Bristish and South African men who fell between July 1915 and March 1918.
The 'Fort de la Pompelle' played an important role in the 1914-1918 war.
Set in the heart of the grounds of Dormans Castle, this Memorial is the largest memorial dedicated to the soldiers who fell during the battles of the Marne.
The Museum of the Great War in Péronne is the essential museum about the First World War and the obliged stage on the Circuit of Remembrance.
The top of the hill Fontenelle was coveted by German and French troops during the First World War.