16 h 00 - 17 h 30
Verdun is for the French, by far the most famous battle of the First World War. Not as well-known for foreigners as the battle of the Somme or in the Flanders, it has significant importance in the course of the war and is today the prominent symbol of this incredible blood bath.
From February to November 1916, formidable assaults were launched by the German army to both obtain a decisive break through and discourage the French soldiers.
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