The Hoste ponds, which lie furthest upstream on the aquatic Maginot Line, served as reservoirs and obstacles.
Today Hoste-Bas Pond is the only one...Read more
The monument commemorates the Meuse Argonne offensive and is situated 10 kilometres from the American cemetery. The American 1st Army fought the last major...Read more
The American cemetery in Epinal, within the boundary of Dinozé, dates from the Second World War. It was laid out in October 1944. A total of 5,255 graves...Read more
Located 40 kilometres to the north-west of Verdun and to the east of Romagne-sous-Montfaucon, the cemetery nestles in a valley and is laid out over 130...Read more
The Saint-Mihiel Salient was formed in September 1914 when the Germans pushed forward more than 20 km beyond the French lines. It was the scene of bloody...Read more
Landmarks of Paul Moreau-Vauthier (1871-1936), soldier in the war and artist.
They mark the front line of July 18th 1918.
There are 118 landmarks,...Read more
The Ailly wood and the Trench of the Thirst attest to the suffering endured by the men of Commander d'André compelled to give way to the Germans (May 1915).
A large “First Generation” fort built following the War of 1870-71, Souville later received concrete protection only for its powder magazine, the remainder...Read more
In the incredible leap forward of the Germans on 23 June, the assault waves from the crest rolled forward passing Fleury and reached as far as the ouvrage...Read more
Dominating the entire Argonne eastern region, Vauquois was considered by the Staff Headquarters on both sides as an exceptional observation point and a...Read more