International Memorial of Notre-Dame-de-Laurette © Jérome Pouille Verdun Memorial © Jean-Marie Mangeot Thiepval British Memorial © Nicolas Bryant Notre Dame de Lorette national Ossuary and cementry © Samuel Dhote Map of the Front © © Istock - Thejack Read more © ADT68/CG88-JL Delpal The Great War on the Vosges Front The Vosges Front is a mountainous area ranging from the Donon in the north and the Grand Ballon in the south. Read more © John Foley - Champs de la Mémoire Champagne-Ardenne Northern Champagne was the setting for vicious fighting during WWI and the region is famous for the two battles of the Marne that took place in 1914 and 1918. Read more © cdt-meuse Lorraine : Verdun, epicentre of Lorraine Battles of 3 Frontiers For the commemorations of the centenary of the Great War, these historical destinations are getting together to welcome visitors from around the world. Read more © CRT Ile de France Paris, gateway into France Many pages of the history of World War One were written in Paris and the Ile-de-France region. Read more © FX.Dessirier PICARDY - Aisne 1914-1918 The Great War left a lasting mark on the areas where the most violent battles took place. The north-east of France was deeply affected, with a frontline running down from the North Sea to the Swiss border. Read more © S. Dhote Remembrance trails in Nord-Pas de Calais The “Great War Remembrance Trails in Nord-Pas-de-Calais” offer visitors an opportunity to discover the sites, to understand these crucial times in European and world history and to pay homage to the men and woman, some of whom came from Antipodean shores, who lay down their lives in the region. Read more © Nicolas Bryant PICARDY - Somme, the circuit of remembrance In 1916, the Somme department became an international zone, a place where people of roughly twenty nationalities came to fight and work, originating from the 3 empires involved (France, Germany and Great Britain).