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Memorial sites

Many fortified works, battle sites, memorials and museums bear witness to Alsace's complex past to be discovered on histoire-alsace.com. (Results in alphabetical order)

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Uffholtz
Reflecting the history of the village, the “Abri-Mémoire” centre has been set up in the oldest house in Uffholtz, built in 1581.
Capacity 
25
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Burnhaupt le Bas
On the front line, between bunkers and trenches The tour is punctuated by bunkers which used to mark out the frontline during the first World War.
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Hatten
This casemate (1931) is one of the numerous ones built to give the Maginot Line a continuous fire of infantry arms.
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Uffheim
A link in the long chain of fortifications called the Maginot Line, n° 86 (known as the “Aschenbach” blockhouse) is the only restored blockhouse in the Upper Rhine.
Capacity 
50
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Dambach
Blockhouse on the Maginot Line, monitors a flood network. Exhibitions. Discovery tour of the Maginot Line in Schwarzbach valley.
Capacity 
20
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Oberroedern
Proposes guided tours for groups (F-D-GB) min. 10 people - max. 40 people of the Oberroedern- South blockhouse by appointment only and also exploring the five other blockhouses located on the community lands by taking the Maginot Line trail sign-posted by the Club Vosgien.
Capacity 
20
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Oberlarg
The Ebourbettes farm, a few steps from the Swiss border, was used during the Second World War as a clandestine base for the passage of resistance fighters and all those who refused to be forced into the Wehrmacht.
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Natzwiller
Opened in 1941, Struthof is the only structure of its type on French soil. 52,000 prisoners were forced to work in the quarry near the camp.
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La Broque
Few traces remain of the internment camp which was entirely dismantled between 1954 and 1960. However the building of the “Kommandatur” of the camp, built in 1943, is still located on the “Rue du Souvenir.
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Dinsheim sur Bruche
Built from 1893 to 1918 on the orders of William II, Emperor of Germany, the Kaiser Wilhelm II Festo, "Mutzig Fort", was the first German fortification built in concrete, fully bathed, ventilated and illuminated by electricity.
Capacity 
250

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