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1789 – 1989 by Andrew Priest, on Flickr
This is one of three memorials we came across when walking the Minenete Valley. Unfortunately, the letters are not easily distinguishable so cannot determine what is being remembered.
Chemin de Stevenson-2018-D10-7: Day 10 of 12 – Florac to Gare de Cassagnas: Walking the Chemin de Stevenson (#GR70 Robert Louis Stevenson Trail) in the south of France.
Oops. I just now saw you already answered that.Aushiker, as it says "Liberty" and 1789-1989, I would assume this is to commemorate the bicentenary of the French Revolution.
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Memorial to the fallen of World War 2 from my hometown. 99 died during the war.
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1st US Infantry Division memorial for the GIs killed during the liberation of Mons in WW2
Thank you, Rick. Always appreciate getting more of the backstory.Concerning your post about the memorial for "My collaborators", it appears it was put there to remember the casualties of an accident during the construction of the Mirandol railway viaduct.
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Small memorial for the soldiers of the Black Watch who fell during the attack on a nearby bridge in November 1944.
Not very far away is this small memorial for another fallen soldier and a young boy who was killed near this spot.
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