Je soutiens l'inscription des sites funéraires et mémoriels de la Grande Guerre à l'UNESCO http://www.paysages-et-sites-de-memoire.fr/
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
From the 1st december 2014 to the 31 december 2018
+33 (0)3 20 40 84 50
Address : 21 avenue Germaine, 59110 La Madeleine
From May 1st 2014 to December 31st 2018
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
0044 (0)30 00 29 09 02
Address : The Royal Pavilion, Royal Pavilion Gardens, BN1 1EE
From April 11th 2015 to November 1st 2018
La Chartreuse de Neuville association is keen to introduce the general public to a relatively unknown fact of its history by celebrating the centenary of the largest Belgian hospital from the war.
The exhibition allows visitors to discover this period in history through many photographs and documents including intimate journals, postcards, testimonies, and press clippings.
During July and August, a conference visit will take place each Saturday at 3.30pm. Closed on Monday.
Free visit of the exhibition: €3, concessions: €2. Visit of La Chartreuse + exhibition: €9. Free for under 8 year olds. Educational visit for pupils: €4 /pupil
0033 (0)3 21 06 56 97
Address : La Chartreuse de Neuville, 1, allée de la Chartreuse, 621701 NEUVILLE-SOUS-MONTREUIL
From October 30th 2015 to September 30th 2016
This wide-ranging temporary exhibition offers audiences a chance to find out about the scientific and technological advances that accompanied the two world wars. Indeed, the extended duration of the first conflict would serve to highlight, in a spectacular and terrifying way, the radical technical transformations being deployed on the battlefields. When the war ended in late 1918, the belligerents left behind a combat environment that was technically very different to how it had begun in 1914, in terms of the widespread use of tanks, planes, submarines, gas and explosives. This phenomenon continued to an even greater extent during World War Two. The field of battle and the terms of military strategy were radically altered by the impact of these new forms of armaments.
The exhibition is offered in three languages: French, English and Dutch.
Every day non stop from 9 am to 6 pm
Included in the entry ticket to History Center
0033 (0)3 21 12 27 27
Address : La Coupole, Centre d'Histoire et Planétarium 3D, rue André Clabeaux, 62570 HELFAUT