A Century of Cooperation to Remember

December 2013
Travel Weekly Australia;Dec2013 Supplement, p1
Trade Publication
The article offers information on programme of events for France marking a century of the Great War of 1914-1918 in 2014. It states that centenary organising committee of France has outlined plan for year ahead. It states that programmes are centred on cultural, scientific and educational events focusing on four years of the conflict during the war. Information on local committees of France who have contributed over 1,000 projects to the official centenary events programme is also presented.


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