Monument a la gloire de la 42e Rainbow US, Fere-en-Tardenois

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Monument a la gloire de la 42e Rainbow US commemorates the 42nd infantry "Rainbow Heaven" division of the Rainbow corps, which consisted of the 167th and 168th regiments of Alabama and Iowa who fought against the formidable German 5th Army. The bronze statue, by British sculptor James Butler, represents a Rainbow soldier carrying a dead comrade in his arms. Put Monument a la gloire de la 42e Rainbow US at the forefront of your travel plans using our Fere-en-Tardenois trip planner.
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  • Happened upon this Memorial which is stunning. Handsome statue, and well written information on the very important battle that took place on these grounds with the standing wall area at the height... 
    Happened upon this Memorial which is stunning. Handsome statue, and well written information on the very important battle that took place on these grounds with the standing wall area at the height...  more »
  • It is hard to believe that a terrible battle raged in this peaceful field over 100 years ago. It is well worth stopping and spending some time thinking of those young men of the 42nd Division who... 
    It is hard to believe that a terrible battle raged in this peaceful field over 100 years ago. It is well worth stopping and spending some time thinking of those young men of the 42nd Division who...  more »

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