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Exhibitions

Exhibitions
From Sunday 11 January 2015 to Friday 19 February 2016

Come and see a black and white photography exhibition themed on the Little Train of the Haute Somme, a railway line that was constructed in 1916 by the British and French armies at the Poppy Country Tourist Office, Albert

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Exhibitions
From Saturday 7 November 2015 to Wednesday 11 November 2015

Etre une Femme en 1914-1918 (To be a Woman in 1914 – 1918)

Come and visit this exhibition in the beautiful sea-side town of Saint Valéry-sur-Somme, all about the women who lived in the fishing-town during the Great War.

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From Monday 10 November 2014 - 09h30 to Saturday 15 November 2014 - 16h00

The Franco-Australian Association invites you to its new exhibition of unpublished photographs of the Great War.
From 10th to15th November 2014, from 9.30am to 4pm. Free admission.
Victoria Hall, Villers-Bretonneux.

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Exhibitions
From Tuesday 1 July 2014 to Friday 11 November 2016

This exhibition provides a vision of the history of the Great War in the district of Rue through many objects from private collections as well as three reconstructions: a shelter, a trench observation post and soldiers' leave.

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From Saturday 11 October 2014 - 09h00 to Sunday 19 October 2014 - 17h00

Fricourt, a village heavily marked by the Great War. Discover through archive images, photographs, post cards and correspondance how the village and its inhabitants experienced the war and the last century.

From 9am to 12pm and from 2pm to 5pm.

Free admission

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From Thursday 2 October 2014 - 09h00 to Tuesday 14 October 2014 - 17h00

Camille Biendiné, a photographer of the 20th century, cycled across the department of the Somme capturing the emotions and instants of daily life of a world shadowed by the threat of war.

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From Saturday 7 June 2014 - 09h00 to Wednesday 6 August 2014 - 17h00

Women, already working in coal mines and weaving factories since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, found themselves at the heart of the action in towns and villages behind the battle-lines during the First World War.  Woman led their own war: from factories to the fields, in hospitals,

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