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Heavy Traffic, railway traffic and other forms of transport in Poperinge 1914-1918

From September 6th 2014 to September 5th 2015

Poperinge, Belgium

A tangled logistical network of railway lines and sidings, linked to the transport stories of troops, munitions, refugees, stores, the sick and the wounded. An event with just as many different branches as the railway: open-air exposition, diorama and a mobile app.

1pm to 6pm 6 September - 16 November: daily 17 November - 15 February '15: Saturday and Sunday 16 February - 5 September: daily closed on Monday

€1 - €5

+32 (0)57 34 66 76


Address : Lijssenthoek, Gasthuisstraat 67
Poperinge



Exhibition

Lambersart 14-18

From November 1st 2014 to April 6th 2015

LAMBERSART, France

Scenography presentations featuring historic toys giving an insight into Total War in Lambersart in 1914-18

Wednesday to Saturday 1.30pm to 6.30pm and Sunday 1.00pm to 7.00pm

Free

+33 (0)3 20 00 60 06


Address : Colysée Maison-Folie in Lambersart, Avenue du Colysée
LAMBERSART



Exhibition

Woven fabrics in the War

From May 17th 2014 to February 22nd 2015

COMINES, Belgium

The industry of Comines under German occupation

From Tuesday to Friday 9.00am to 11.30am and 1.30pm to 4.30pm. Weekends from May to the end of October: Saturday 3.00pm to 4.30pm and Sunday 10.30am to 12 noon. Closed on Mondays and public holidays

Free

+32 56 58 77 68


Address : Musée de la Rubanerie cominoise (Comines woven fabrics museum), 3 rue des Arts
COMINES



Exhibition

Industry in the War

From December 1st 2014 to December 31st 2018

LA MADELEINE, France

Travelling exhibition featuring photographs of our Region's industry during the First World War

Free

+33 (0)3 20 40 84 50


Address : PROSCITEC, Heritage and Memory of the Trades, "Acticlub" Building, 21 avenue germaine
LA MADELEINE



Exhibition

War Stories: Voices from the First World War

From July 12th 2014 to March 1st 2015

Brighton, Angleterre

To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War, this exhibition brings to life the wartime experiences of 15 individuals whose intensely personal memories and extraordinary stories reveal the impact of war. Personal letters, diaries, art, photography, costume, film and memorabilia evoke the love, excitement, fear, bravery, grief loss and longing that touched the lives of millions of people.

Tue-Sun 10am-5pm Closed Mon

Free

0044 (0)30 00 29 09 02


Address : Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, Royal Pavilion Gardens, BN1 1EE
Brighton



Exhibition

Indian Military Hospital Gallery

From May 1st 2014 to December 31st 2018

Brighton, Angleterre

The Royal Pavilion served as a hospital for Indian Soldiers during the First World War. See this poignant and often unknown story told through archive photographs, letters and film in a dedicated gallery. In 2014 there will be a new programme of talks, tours and interpretation to help visitors find out more about this fascinating episode in the history of the Royal Pavilion and the personal stories of the Indian troops that were treated there.

Open daily 9:30-17:00

11

0044 (0)30 00 29 09 02


Address : The Royal Pavilion, Royal Pavilion Gardens, BN1 1EE
Brighton



Exhibition

Days of War: Douai and Reulinghausen during the Great War 1914-1918

From September 6th 2014 to February 2nd 2015

Douai, France

Exhibition providing the opportunity to learn about the occupation in Douai and the life of the German population during the Great War. A Centenaire 14 18 exhibition

Open daily, 10.00 to 12.00 and 14.00 to 18.00. Closed Tuesdays

Adults : 4,60 € Concessions : 2,30 € Free 1st Sunday of the month

0033 (0)3 27 71 38 80


Address : Musée de la Chartreuse, 130 Rue des Chartreux
Douai



Exhibition

De Gaulle, De Corbie, Maillot: families at war. 1914-1918

From October 1st 2014 to June 28th 2015

Lille, France

Charles de Gaulle fought in the Great War from the beginning and the hardships of the time had an indelible effect on his own history. Accounts of the fate of his brothers and cousins serve as reminders of other aspects of military life in 1914-1918 because they were deployed on different fronts and fields of battle. Civilan life is also featured with accounts of the lives of Charles de Gaulle's sister and their female cousins under the German occupation.

Wednesday to Saturday 10.00 to 12.00 and 14.00 to 17.00 Sundays 13.30 to 17.00

Adults : 6€ Concessions : 3€ Free admission : persons under 18, wheelchair users

0033 (0)3 59 73 00 30


Address : Maison Natale Charles de Gaulle, 9 rue Princesse
Lille



Exhibition

Bailleul, October 1914 - April 1918, a town taken over by the British

From October 11th 2014 to August 31st 2015

Bailleul, France

Bailleul, October 1914 - April 1918, a town taken over by the British

Open Wednesday to Sunday 14.00 to 17.30

Adults: 4€ Concessions: 3,10 € Free for those under 18 and jobseekers

0033 (0)3 28 49 12 70


Address : Musée Benoît De Puydt, 24 rue du musée De-Puydt
Bailleul



Exhibition

1914-1917 Bailleul behind the lines: a mother wrrites to her soldier son…

From October 11th 2014 to September 30th 2015

Bailleul, France

Through extracts from a mother's letters to her soldier son, the exhibition takes the visitor into the private world of a Bailleul family living under the German occupation in 1914 and then with the British in the town. It shows how the people lived alongside the British and how the way of life of the local population was disrupted.

Open Wednesday to Sunday 14.00 to 17.30

Adults: 4€ Concessions: 3,10 € Free for those under 18 and jobseekers

0033 (0)3 28 49 12 70


Address : Musée Benoît De Puydt, 24 rue du musée De-Puydt
Bailleul



Exhibition

The music of the guns

From October 31st 2014 to January 31st 2015

Hazebrouck, France

During the Great War the main activities of the soldiers between battles were singing, dancing and making music. In the mud of the trenches, in the makeshift quarters behind the lines and in the prison camps, soldiers vied with one another to escape in their imaginative pastimes from the horrors of their everyday life and from the noise of the war. The exshibition takes the visitor into the world of these men and their music which served as an antidote to the war.

Open Tuesday to Sunday (except public holidays), 14.00 to 17.30. Groups mornings by prior reservation

Adults: 3 € Groups (min. 10 persons) 1,5€ Free admission for perons under 18, students and jobseekers Guided tours by prior booking (35 € school parties, 60 € groups 30 persons max)

0033(0)3 28 43 44 46


Address : Musée des Augustins, Hazebrouck,
Hazebrouck



Exhibition

Daily life in Cambrai under the Occupation

From November 2nd 2014 to February 2nd 2015

Cambrai, France

This exhibition reveals the life of a town under four years of occupation, through accounts, some of them not seen before, by inhabitants of Cambrai.

Enquiries: Cambrai District Tourist Office

Enquiries: Cambrai District Tourist Office

0033 (0)3 27 73 21 00


Address : Hôtel de ville/Chapelle des jésuites
Cambrai



Exhibition

Caricatures during the Great War

From November 15th 2014 to February 15th 2015

Cambrai, France

Bestiality, monstrosities, atrocities, pornography and scatalogical publications... a host of outrageous deformities protraying the "Boche" enemy of the time. These caricatures were found on all sorts of items such as kitchenware, drawings, publications, toys and more, and the whole of civilian society was inundated with them.

Open Wednesday to Sunday (except public holidays), 10.00 to 12.00 and 14.00 to 18.00. Mondays and Tuesdays groups only (by prior reservation).

Adults : 3,50 € Families : 5,00 € Groups : 2,50 € (min. 10 persosns) Free every first Sunday of the month, for those under 18, students, teachers, jobseekers and persons with disability.

0033(0)3 27 82 27 90


Address : Musée des Beaux-Arts de Cambrai, 15 rue de l'épée
Cambrai



Exhibition

Temporary Hospital Berck

From October 17th 2014 to February 2nd 2015

Berck-sur-Mer, France

Memories of the Great War, Berck, temporary hospital Excellence Berckois acquired by the medical world in the previous half century justifies the growing importance of its institutions and the role of health personnel in the treatment of victims during and after the conflict. However, the image that makes a big hospital in Berck sea where the omnipresence of injured recalls only a relatively distant war is somewhat simplistic. The evocation of this period by the South Opal museum strives, with rarely or never operated documents, to widen the field. Subject to enrichment, it will be available until February 2, 2015.

10 - 12 a.m. and 3 - 6 p.m. except Monday mornings ans Tuesdays. Timetable adjustments possible for groups Exeptional closure of 5 to 20 January 2015

Adults : 3,5 euros Childrens : free Concessions available : 2 euros

+33 3 21 84 07 80


Address : 60 rue de l'impératrice
Berck-sur-Mer


january 2015


Exhibition

The Battle of the IJzer and the First Battle of Ieper / Antony d’Ypres

From October 1st 2014 to January 4th 2015

Ieper, Belgium

The museum is organizing a historical exhibition that focuses on the Battle of the Ijzer and the First Battle of Ieper. This will run concurrently with a retrospective photographic exhibition of the work of Maurice and Robert Antony.

April > 15 November daily from 10 am to 6 pm* 16 November > 31 March from Tuesdays to Sundays from 10 am to 5 pm* During the spring half-term (1 March - 9 March 2014, except on monday 4 March), the museum is open till 6 pm*

€4 - €9

+32 (0)57 23 92 20


Address : In Flanders Fields Museum, Grote Markt 34
Ieper



Exhibition

Impressions of the Great War or History in comic strips

From September 20th 2014 to January 18th 2015

WATTRELOS, France

The 14-18 War greatly inspired the authors of comic strips

Tuesday to Saturday 9.00am to midday and 2.00pm to 6.00pm. Sunday 3.00pm to 6.00pm. Closed on Mondays and public holidays

Free

+33 (0)3 20 81 59 50


Address : Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions, 96 rue François Mériaux
WATTRELOS



Exhibition

War Posters

From November 11th 2014 to January 18th 2015

Brighton, Angleterre

A display of Original First World War posters from the Museum’s own collections. The posters will tell the story of the push for enlistment and ultimately conscription; of women workers, the plight of Belgian Refugees and other allies, of rationing as the U Boat blockade bites and of government requests for financial help as the cost of the war started to hit hard.

Tue-Sun 10am-5pm Closed Mon

Free

0044 (0)30 00 29 09 02


Address : Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, Royal Pavilion Gardens, BN1 1EE
Brighton



Exhibition

Frank Brangwyn: An Artist at War

From November 11th 2014 to January 18th 2015

Brighton, Angleterre

Frank Brangwyn (1867 – 1956) an Anglo-Welsh artist, born in Belgium, who produced over 80 posters during the First World War along with a series of remarkably emotive black and white prints of Belgian wartime scenes. This small display forms part of the Royal Pavilion & Museums' Brangwyn Collections, and will provide an insight into the darker, bleaker side of war, wonderfully captured in Brangwyn’s art.

Tue-Sun 10am-5pm Closed Mon

Free

0044 (0)30 00 29 09 02


Address : Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, Royal Pavilion Gardens, BN1 1EE
Brighton



Exhibition

Impressions of the Great War, or history in comic books

From September 20th 2014 to January 18th 2015

WATTRELOS, France

The 1914-1918 War was a major inspiration for writers of comic books such as Hugo Pratt, Vandermeulen, Battalia, Gibrat, Boucq, Servais and others. During the conflict itself, Bécassine and the Pieds Nickelés, published in magazines of the period, did not escape the wave of propagandist writings. And then there was Tardi which marked a turning point in comic books and remains to this day unequalled in letting the ordinary soldier have his frankly antimilitarist say. MAT POP and Bulles Carrées present a panorarama of 60 thematically arranged displays created using comic book illustrations (animals called up to fight, women during the war...) along with a reconstruction of a kitchen of the period, a classroom, a first-aid post and more. Part of the "LIFE IN 14-18" programme of the Proscitec network.

Tuesday to Saturday 9.00 to 12.00 and 14.00 to 18.00. Sundays 15.00 to 18.00.

Free

0033 (0)3 20 81 59 50


Address : Musée des arts et traditions populaires, 96 rue François Mériaux
WATTRELOS


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