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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.
“The Ghosts”, pink granite sculpture erected on the “Butte de Chalmont” (the hump of Chalmont) near “Oulchy le Château” (Aisne), is a work of French sculptor Paul Landowski (1875-1961, which won the Grand Prix de Rome in 1900 for his sculpture of David fighting Goliath).
The Butte de Chalmont is chosen in 1927 in collaboration with French architect Jean Taillens to receive this command works, acclaimed by critics. Inaugurated in 1935 by French President Lebrun, it represents seven soldiers of different arms, standing in their midst is a young man naked, symbolizing the heroes sacrificed rising to the sky, recalling the suffering of men thrown into the War of 1914-1918; at the entrance to the site a statue of France, also of Paul Landowski, wears a shield on which are carved 3 characters symbolizing freedom, equality and fraternity. 2 rectangular stones are arranged on the sides and paid tribute to the soldiers, NCOs, officers, generals, French and allies that contributed to the victory of 1918.
In 1968, General de Gaulle delivers a speech for his last trip as president of the French Republic.
The seven soldiers:
-The sapper: Auguste Platrier, 1st Engineering sapper, born in 1883 in “Seine et Marne”, single. Injured at “Chemin des Dames” in March 1917, dies hit by shrapnel on the 24th of March in 1918 in “Sénicourt” near “Chauny” at 09:00 hours in the morning. Without known sepultures.
-The Chauny: Antoine Jean-Eldin, sub-lieutenant in the 146th RI (infantry Regiment), born in 1896 in the Ardeche, missing on 28th of May 1918 at “Chassemy” during the German offensive at the “Chemin des Dames”.
-The aviator: Marcel Doumer, captain SPA 88, born in 1886 in the Aisne, son of Paul Doumer, future president of the French Republic, which lost his 4 son to the War. Died the 28th of June1918 as a result of his wounds, buried in the cemetery of Vaugirard in Paris.
-The gunner (Artilleryman): Edouard Soubiran, 2nd gunner 232nd RAC driver, born in 1889 in Haute-Garonne. Died the 2nd of June 1918 at 13:00 hours in the afternoon, during the defense of Chateau-Thierry, from his wounds, buried in military cemetery of Chateau-Thierry.
-The gunner (Machine Gunner): Pascal Migne soldier in the 206th RI, born in 1886 in Vendée, who died on July 31 before Oulchy-le-Château near the “butte de Chalmont”, rest at the military cemetery of “Vauxbuin”.
-The territorial: Jean Flamen, bugle at the 30th RIT, born in 1875 in the Dordogne, killed on the 16th October 1918, after the release of Laon, in the explosion of the ferme de la maison Bleue (Blue House Farm) at “Athies-sous-Laon”, rest in the mass grave of the Blue House in “Soupire 1”.
-The young recruit: Antoine Meyer, 2nd class in the 321st RI, born in 1898 in the Loire, single, farmer. Died the 7th of Nevembre 1918 at 10:00 hours in the morning at the “Flamengrie”, where, a few hours later, the German delegation will cross the French lines to go sign the armistice of 1918. Rest in the cemetery in a place called “La desolation” (The Desolation) near Guise.