Sunday, March 18, 2012

Remembrances Everywhere

As I wandered through Limogne last month waiting for the truffle market to begin, I came upon this plaque. No memorial, just a plaque secured to the wall of a non-descript building on an almost-deserted side street.
Gaston Bach was a Resistance fighter.
I wanted to take some photos of the Chateau and was surprised to find a WWII memorial just outside the gates to this imposing house on the hill. It commemorates two more Resistance fighters assassinated on June 1, 1944.
 Assassinated 'ici'...'here.'

1 comment:

  1. Next time I'm in Limogne I have to look for these. You are far more observant than I am!

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