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Sixteen pieces of work in concrete, relics of the Great War are to be listed.
PUBLIÉ LE 01/06/2012 À 03H02 - MIS À JOUR LE 01/06/2012 À 06:17Réagir
The pieces of work (pillboxes and bunkers) situated in the commune, which were used both for the German soldiers and the artillery ammunition have been geolocated.
See original article for photo.
In order to do this, the municipality, represented by Frederic Capiez and Laurent Crettaz, were please to welcome Marie-Madeleine Damien, professor of tourism and transport at the Univesity of Sciences and Technologies of Lille I.
She came to give them her help and advice.
These relics of the Great War builit in the years 1915-1916 by the occupant, who were the troops of William II, are scattered over the communal territory, especially at the outskirts of the village, in the direction of Cantaing sur Escaut, but also on the plain, and along the Saint Quentin canal.
Thirteen casemates, by their conception and destination, are unique in the region. The listing and the geolocalization of these military relics will firstly allow the carrying out of work of clearing away, of preservation and the adding of value to recent historical heritage and secondly to integrate these sites on walking tours. For the municipality, their ambition is to have a place open during the ceremonies of commemoration of the hundredth anniversary of the Great War. It must be noted that these relics are an integral part of the Great War sites which are in the process of becoming part of the Unesco World heritage project, a file which is currently being put together by Marie-Madeleine Damien.
Philippe Loyer, mayor, is launching an appeal for goodwill. To perfect this action the municipality is actively seeking documents, photos, postcards, newspapers dealing with the construction of these military pieces of works, and also of the village during the German occupation and during its liberation.
If you hold any type of document, please contact Laurent Crettaz, Frederic Capiez or the mayor at Tel 03 27 35 52 21 during opening hours.
J.-M. B (CLP)