The Great War and Modern Memory Setting & Symbolism

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Verdun, France

Verdun is the battle site where the French were badly beaten.

The Somme

The Somme is a river in France which was the site of the largest engagement in history up to that time.

Albert, France

Albert is a town in France where there is a ruined basilica with the Virgin and Child atop.

Ypres Salient

Ypres Salient was a battlefield in France. It was basically an eighteen square mile enclosure that troops would become trapped in.

Isle of Wight

The Isle of Wight is an island in the Channel and the sight of a military hospital during World War I.

Germany

Germany was the site of battles in both World War I and World War II.

Ireland

Ireland is the location of some of the British bases and troops during the war.

Germany

Germany was the enemy of the British in World Wars I and...

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