Étape incontournable lors d’un passage à Compiègne lieu tre calme imprégné d'histoire à voir .......
Travelled for 1 hour to attend the museum, very difficult to find normally but on the day we got there, the glade itself was beginning to be dug up o all of the museum signs from the carpark to the entrance had been removed, the...More
Visite très intéressante et de magnifique pièces sont exposées. J’ai particulièrement apprécié l’accueil qui est très chaleureux et l’écoute du personnel. Endroit sympa pour tous les passionnées d’Histoire !
I visited here as part of a leger battlefield tour. We arrived early so it was nice and peaceful. The memorials are lovely and the museum where the replica of the carriage where the armistice aswell as the French surrender in 1940 was signed is...More
It was closed but we were able to walk around and look at the tracks, the peace ring and other memorials. I would like to know more about the dead black bird hanging on the one monument with the sword and vines behind it. Very...More
Had we not had a toddler with us I would have spent more time taking in the information. As it was I was able to listen and read some of it and what I heard and the stereo photos were very interesting. It's a nice...More
Lors d’un passage à Compiègne, une visite et un devoir de mémoire s’impose. Ce mémorial de la signature de l’Armistice est très impressionnant. La statue de Foch est d’origine, c’est la seule qui n’a pas subi l’affront des allemands lors de la capitulation de France...Plus
Although a replica of the original the carriage looked very authentic, it was well presented with lots of information on who sat where and their roles in the armistice. The rest of the museum was well set out with lots of displays and information.
The Glen is a true memorial to both the resiliency of the French and to the thought process of Hitler.