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Parcy-Tigny German military cemetery



This German Military Cemetery is located at the edge of the D83 (left) linking Harten in St-Remy Blanzy (after passing under D1), this necropolis, built by France in 1921, contains 4,256 body (metal Cross) whith 2,124 in Ossuary. All these soldiers died in 1918 (except: 1 in 1914, 1 in 1915, 2 in 1917 and 3 without dates). We found also there two soldiers who died in 1920, probably prisoners of war: Karl Greindl, who died the 10th of August 1920 and Johann Wurziner, who died the 10th of January 1920.

Buzancy 1st division American Monument


All First World War, US 1st Division Monuments are located in France and are of the same design as this monument at Buzancy.
The memorial commemorates the part played by the US 1st Division in the battle for Soissons at the end of the 2nd Battle of the Marne in 1918.
The bronze plaque recounts how in the course of General Mangin's great counter attack the 1st Division advanced 11 kilometres into the German lines taking the village of Berzy-le-Sec and arriving here just in front of Buzancy.
The Division lost 2 213 men killed and 6 347 men wounded in the four days that they were fighting.
They were in fact relieved by the 15th (Scottish) Division on 22 July whose memorial can now be found in the Buzancy Military Cemetery.

Butte de Chalmont


Summer 1918, the 2nd Battle of the Marne From the 27th of May to 6th of August 1918, the Aisne is the center of one of the determining battle of the war of 1914-1918 which will be called the 2nd Battle of the Marne, in a few days the Germans take back the “Chemin des Dames” (Soissons ) and progressed to Chateau-Thierry. They are stopped 60 kilometers from Paris. From the 18th of July the allied offensive was launched prelude to victory. This battle will make tens of thousands of dead, wounded, missing in the Allied and German units.

Buzancy United Kingdom Cemetery


Buzancy was reached (though not held) by the 1st American Division on the 21st July, 1918, after an advance begun on the 18th. It was attacked by the 15th (Scottish) and 34th Divisions on the 23rd July, and taken on the 28th. On the main Soissons-Chateau Thierry road, South-West of the village, is the American Memorial; and within the cemetery is the 15th Division Memorial, put up by the Engineers of the French 17th Division in August, 1918.

Quarry of Froidmont at braye-en-Laonnois Part1

quarry_froidmont_jc_gutner_2008_007.jpgThe Quarry of Froidmont à braye-en-Laonnoi was exploited from the middle age to about 1870.

Occupied from October 1914 by the German forces, the site hosted the French and amercan troups from february 1918 (the 26th American divison, and the 101e and 102e French "régiment d' infanterie"). It was taken back by the German forces in Mai 1918.

The quarry of froidemeont accounts for 50% of the graffities made by the soldiers of the Great War within the 280 querries in Picardie; 650 marks have been made by the american soldiers.

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