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Clinging to sanity at Verdun

Verdun. For many Frenchmen, the ten-month battle that took place here from February to December, 1916, symbolized the whole Great War. Verdun was where the Germans aimed to “bleed the French white” and where the French vowed, “they shall not pass.” Like much of the Western Front, the area of Verdun is consecrated to teaching about and memorializing the first World War. Here, our group stopped at an information board telling about the “Voie Sacrée”–the “Sacred Way” that …Read More


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Betsy Woodman spent ten childhood years in India, studied in France, Zambia, and the United States, and now lives in her native New Hampshire. Read more »

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