- Nord-Pas de Calais
- Somme, the Remembrance Trail
- Aisne 14 -18
- Verdun, epicentre of the Lorraine battles on 3 frontiers
- 14 -18 on the Vosges Front
Hartmannswillerkopf National Monument Committee
Tourist Office 1 rue Schlumberger 68006 Colmar
14-18 THE GREAT WAR REMEMBERED
The site for the Interreg IVA cross-border programme of action “The Great War Remembered”, signed by the departments of the French front, Wallonia and the province of West Flanders. It presents the objectives, actions and news of the project to highlight the value of the remembrance tourism aspect of the Word War 1.
The site of the French Tourism Development Agency, which signed the “Centenary” destination contract, in order to highlight the value of the remembrance tourism sites of the Great War in particular.
The First World War remembrance sites in the Ardennes
This blog pays homage to the soldiers of all nations who fell in the Argonne area during the Great War. It also offers themed files on the battles and soldiers’ testimonies.
The First World War remembrance sites in Arras.
BATTLE OF MORHANGE - Sarrebourg
The author of the blog presents the Battle of Morhange-Sarrebourg here, and more specifically the memorials.
REMEMBRANCE ROUTES. DISCOVERING THE REMEMBRANCE SITES
Official Ministry of Defence site on remembrance tourism in France. This site offers several search formats - by map and/or types - to help find sites. The value of some remembrance sites is highlighted by files of information.
THE REMEMBRANCE ROUTES IN NORD-PAS DE CALAIS: PAIX FRIEDEN PEACE
The site enables the interactive and educational discovery of the main Great War remembrance sites in the Nord-Pas de Calais region. It provides a documented visit of the remembrance sites and presents news of the commemorations for each site.
THE CHEMIN DES DAMES [LADIES’ ROUTE] PORTAL
This portal presents the history and the remembrance sites of the Chemin des Dames, a major battle site of the First World War. It also refers you to the virtual visit site for the Chemin des Dames, along with its museum, the Caverne du Dragon [Dragon’s Cave].
THE GREAT WAR’S DESTROYED VILLAGES
This site presents the list of villages destroyed in the Meuse department during the First World War and their history.
The First World War remembrance sites in Meurthe-et-Moselle.
The First World War remembrance sites in Meuse.
The First World War remembrance sites in Nancy.
Nord-Pas de Calais
This site presents the main First World War remembrance sites in Nord-Pas de Calais, including Notre-Dame de Lorette Cemetery and Vimy Ridge.
The site dedicated to 14-18 remembrance tourism in Oise.
GREAT WAR REMEMBRANCE LANDSCAPES AND SITES
The Word War 1 Remembrance Landscapes and Sites Association created this site in order to present the heritage of the Great War to the public and highlight its value, within the framework of the application submitted to UNESCO to register the battlefields as a world heritage site.
The remembrance sites in Picardy: The Somme, the Chemin des Dames and the Noyon area.
This blog is interested in the battles fought in Picardy during the Great War and in the region’s remembrance sites.
The First World War remembrance sites in Rheims.
This site has been edited in partnership with the “ReimsAvant” association since June 2013. It presents information about the city in wartime and the monuments.
ON THE GREAT WAR ROUTES, VIRTUAL EXHIBITION
This virtual exhibition has been created within the framework of the Interreg IVA cross-border project “The Great War Remembered”. It follows on from the series of exhibitions “The Great War Via Four Routes”. It presents the movement of men in the context of the First World War, via various remembrance routes.
REMEMBRANCE TOURISM 14, THE VOSGES FRONT
This site, supported by the departmental committees of Haut-Rhin and Vosges, presents the Vosges Front PER [centre of rural excellence] through the history of this area in the First World War, local and coordinated Franco-German action on the remembrance sites and in the commemorations. This site is intended for the general public, while offering an educational area dedicated to teachers.