The Memorial of Thiepval is one of more impressive monuments of the World War I. This monument of stone and brick, visible for miles around that dominates the small village of Thiepval and the old battlefields. It is the memorial of more than 73000 British and South African, missing or fallen to the fight between July, 1915 and March, 1918.
Names are on the white stone on 16 pillars of the building.
A part of the group listens to the guide
Quentin and both Thomas realized an article on this visit of the Thiepval Memorial , helped by Clémence and Valentin, the students journalists of the ESJ.