- Free of charge -


WE LOVE :  a real history lesson presented to families by associations of enthusiasts
IN FAMILY:  ideal with children and teenagers
WHEN:  September 5 and 6, 2020
LOCATION:  at the museum of the Great War in Meaux
FREE  access to the park is free

Wearing the mask is compulsory inside the museum and outside, a one-way visit in the museum park!

ON THE AGENDA FOR THIS REENACTMENT WEEKEND

  • Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 September at 3.30 pm: demonstration of field artillery, trenches and towing equipment
  • On Saturday at 10:30 a.m., in the city centre, we will see the troops on foot and between the Decathlon and Leroy-Merlin (from the Aushopping shopping centre) the presentation of military vehicles.
  • On Sunday at 10:30 am (in the Beauval-Verrière district) the Fanfare of the Grognards d'Epinal and place de la Cathédrale de Meaux les Troupes écossaises (51st Highland Division Memorial)
  • On Sundays from 14h-18h, in the park: life in the soldiers' bivouacs
  • The presentation of period vehicles: taxi de la Marne, Peugeot car of 1916...
  • It's the life of the hairy men of the First World War... that (among other things) this reconstitution presents
  • It is a unique and exceptional event in memory of those French and foreign soldiers who served their country
  • You will attend target practice, of arms seizures or to troop review
  • Carrier pigeons : Thanks to the association le Messager Meldois and the military dovecote museum, learn more about carrier pigeons. You can even choose your pigeon to send your message (price : 2€).
  • Meet nearly 300 reenactors and learn more about the daily life of the soldiers: cannon firing demonstrations, raising of colours, troop reviews, period forge, means of communication ...
  • Observation kites Discover reproductions of period kites, in flight and on the ground. In 14-18, they were used as observation posts for enemy troops.
  • Families will be able to exchange with the Great War enthusiasts in period costume.
  • The children make discover in a lively way the daily life of French, German, American or Scottish soldiers at the front. and the lives of civilians in the rear of the front line.

THE GREAT WAR MUSEUM

THE BATTLE OF THE MARL 1914 CIRCUIT (ALL YEAR ROUND)

  • The museum has set up the Battle of the Marne 1914 Tour: 10 sites evoke the Battle of the Marne
  • It is a 40km tourist loop through the countryside and the towns and villages of the Pays de Meaux.
  • The departure is located at the American Monument in the Museum.
  • The tour can be done on foot, by bike or by car.

Practical information


Timetable:
View schedule details Saturday, September 5 and Sunday, September 6, 2020, from 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

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