Rites of remembrance

December 2013
Travel Weekly Australia;Dec2013 Supplement, p1
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The article offers information on Centenary Partnership Program of France which was developed to facilitate remembrance program in memory of warriors of First World War (1914-1918) across the world. It also informs about First World War Centenary Partnership Program which was launched by the French government in 2012 to design events that commemorates sacrifices. It further talks about Australian War Memorial, an online help for Australians seeking ancestors who fought in the Great War.


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