Memorial des Guerres en Indochine, Frejus

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The Mémorial des guerres en Indochine (Indochina War Memorial) is located in the municipality of Fréjus, Gallieni sector, in the Var department. It was inaugurated on 16 February 1993 by François Mitterrand, President of France. The bodies resting in the national necropolis of Fréjus are those of soldiers Morts pour la France (Died for France) who died either between 1940 and 1945, or, for the most part, between 1946 and 1954 in the First Indochina War.
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  • A solemn place and quite rightly for the unneccesary loss of live which was a precursa to the Vietnam War. The museum was closed when we went but we used Wikipedia to learn. Would be great if they had more information around when the museum is closed.
  • Impressive place. Many walls with thousands of names of the soldiers who died in Indochina. I didn't expect it but I also found there a name of my uncle.

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