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Bellicourt Monument

9 Miles North of St. Quentin France, Bellicourt, France
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An Alliance that Remains Till Today

The US Troops (Doughboys) fought alongside the Australians (5th Div) and British as they all broke... read more

Reviewed 11 January 2018
Skeney57
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Sydney, Australia
Understated Monument - A river runs through it.

More precisely, it is a canal, built by Napoleon I, and its under the monument. We were leaving the... read more

Reviewed 23 November 2016
humunuku01
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Whitehall, Michigan
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10 Jan 2018
“An Alliance that Remains Till Today”
23 Nov 2016
“Understated Monument - A river runs through it.”
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9 Miles North of St. Quentin France, Bellicourt, France
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Reviewed 11 January 2018

The US Troops (Doughboys) fought alongside the Australians (5th Div) and British as they all broke the Hindenburg Line in one of the last major actions of that sad war ! The Canal was a German strong point but was taken at cost and they...More

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Reviewed 23 November 2016

More precisely, it is a canal, built by Napoleon I, and its under the monument. We were leaving the American cemetery at Bony, headed south, and a short distance later was this monument, memorializing the battles of the soldiers that now lay to rest in...More

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Reviewed 29 October 2016

Built over the Saint-Quentin canal tunnel the memorial commemorates American units that fought alongside the British in September of 1918. Right off the highway so keep a close watch for it or you'll miss it. Near the American Cemetery in Bony. Ample parking.

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Reviewed 7 August 2015

Signposted as the American Memorial this lovely limestone monument celebrates, if that is the right word, the breakthrough by American troops of the German lines. Details are on the part of the memorial invisible from the road - so get in there, have a look...More

Thank Frances S
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