Vallières

Plaques commémoratives

Monument to the dead, inaugurated on November 18, 1923, an obelisk surrounded by stone bollards linked by chains. At the bottom of the main face, three plaques in homage to the victims of the Second World War. The inscriptions, from top to bottom:

"1939-1945. Gave their lives for France. Faucher Georges, aged 24, Mareix François, 20, Melon Louis, 20, Peyle Marcel, 20, Combaudon Robert, 24, Faury Antoine, 45, Jouany Marcel, 25, Lamand Albert, 27, Thouvenin Frédéric, 20"

"Corret Henri, Bonnefond Robert, Ballot Henri, Biascorn Corentin"

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Address : Sur la D14, en face de la mairie et de l'église , 74150 Vallières
GPS Coordinates : 45.902012 , 5.936035
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Themes and resources
Themes
  • Commemorative plaque
  • Deportation
  • Repression
  • Haute-Savoie
  • Armed Resistance
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Monument to the dead, inaugurated on November 18, 1923, an obelisk surrounded by stone bollards linked by chains. At the bottom of the main face, three plaques in homage to the victims of the Second World War. The inscriptions, from top to bottom:

"1939-1945. Gave their lives for France. Faucher Georges, aged 24, Mareix François, 20, Melon Louis, 20, Peyle Marcel, 20, Combaudon Robert, 24, Faury Antoine, 45, Jouany Marcel, 25, Lamand Albert, 27, Thouvenin Frédéric, 20"

"Corret Henri, Bonnefond Robert, Ballot Henri, Biascorn Corentin"

Source: Les monuments aux morts

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