© Stéphane Compoint
Modern Canada was born in the trenches of Vimy
of the Newfoundland Regiment
Newfoundland was, at the time of the Great War, a British Dominion and like other Commonwealth countries raised an army of volunteers for the war effort.
The city of Reims honors Black Army soldiers who fell during the First World War.
A new town centre raised from the embers
The faithful reconstruction of a martyred town
The railway station
A new setting for the bell tower
Mélusine the Fairy still guards over the town.
The Lille Resistance during World War I.