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JB Carpe Diem Aug 14
One of the saddest places I’ve visited #1944 @ Village Martyr d'Oradour-sur-Glane
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Michelle Moggio Sep 21
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clare mulley Aug 22
Appalling... Holocaust graffitied at site of Nazi massacre in France
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HH Lifestyle Travel Jun 10
** MEMORIAL ** On this day in 1944, a Nazi Waffen-SS company ransacked the village of Oradour-sur-Glane here in France. They killed all 642 of its inhabitants. Today we remember those who lost their lives to a misguided & senseless war:
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Institute of National Remembrance Jun 11
massacre happened on 10 June 1942, and killings, exactly two years later. What was more or less of an exception in the West of Europe, in was a routine. 817 villages in today’s country borders were burned down. 👉
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Allan Pilgrimson Aug 22
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Mike Bechthold Aug 22
This is disgusting. A memorial at Oradour-sur-Glane, a village in France where 642 citizens were murdered by members of 2nd SS Panzer Division, has been defaced by nazi apologists. I hope they find the animals that did this.
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Patrick Jackson Aug 22
France's best-known Nazi massacre site vandalised
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Desmond Thomas 🇮🇪🇪🇺 Aug 22
Absolutely disgusted to read that has been vandalised. I've wanted to visit this village ever since seeing it featured in an episode of 'The World at War' years ago. 642 men, women & children were murdered there by the SS in June 1944.
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(((Badger🇬🇧))) Aug 22
What people have done today to is beyond the pale.
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Nassim Seddiki Aug 22
: acte inadmissible
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martin smith Jul 27
The SS arrived in Oradour-sur-Glane on 10 June 1944. They murdered 642 civilians and destroyed the village. Today it stands as a monument to the horrors of Nazism...
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Lionel Jeanjeau 🇪🇺 Aug 22
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Hyper Observer Aug 22
: Vandals deface WW2 Nazi massacre site, 642 murdered in 1944
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Matthew Fraser Aug 22
An image of the graffiti at : "liar"...."the truth when?"..."Reynouard was right" — a reference to Vincent Reynouard, a convicted "négationniste" and Holocaust denier.
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Jamie Schler Aug 22
The memorial to the 642 victims of , assassinated by the Nazis on June 10, 1944, was vandalized. Anger and sadness for this world of hate. Colère et tristesse.
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Meurig Williams Aug 23
Near my home in Limousin, is a permanent reminder, 76 years on, of the horrors that human beings are capable of inflicting on one another. When we attempt to deny the memory of that horror, we make the world a less safe place.
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Neil Gough Aug 22
This is truly sickening. We visited a few years ago and it is one of the most poignant places I’ve ever been to. For it to be vandalised is heartbreaking.
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Ciarán Hanna Aug 22
I first saw the story of on 'The World at War'. I actually visited the old village & the remains of the church where hundreds of women &children were burned alive. Those experiences have haunted me ever since. Sickening vandalism here:
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