War Memorials in the village cemetery of Paulmy, South Touraine, France (37)


Below are images of memorials in the cemetery of Paulmy in the South Touraine to those who were killed during the two World Wars (1914-18 and 1939-45).

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About Jim McNeill

I am a blogger on 'The Social History of the Touraine region of France (37)' and also 'The Colonial History of Pennsylvania and the life & Family of William Penn'. I am a Director of Fresh Ground Group Ltd.
This entry was posted in 20th Century, architecture, Paulmy, South Touraine, Resistance in the Touraine Region, World War I, World War II. Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to War Memorials in the village cemetery of Paulmy, South Touraine, France (37)

  1. I always find it interesting looking at the war memorials some list the losses of the Algerian conflict and Vietnam. Of course the Algerian conflict still resonates in France today as it led to the establishment of the Facist National Front and the presence of North African migrants. Love Colin XX

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