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Ardennes, Canton, France in Europe

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October 2010 Featured Ardennes Image

October 2010

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Bottle, Bottles, Cave, Caves, Cellars, Champagne, Champagne Ardenne, Champagne Region, Detail, Epernay, Europe, European, France, French, Jai, Marne, Moet Chandon, Travel Destinations, Walter Bibikow, Western Europe, Wine Region, Winery

Sunset over the vineyards of Ville Dommange, Champagne Ardenne, France Featured Ardennes Image

Sunset over the vineyards of Ville Dommange, Champagne Ardenne, France

© Matteo Colombo/AWL Images Ltd

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WW1 German Kronprinz, Boy Scout Revue, Charleville-Mezieres Featured Ardennes Image

WW1 German Kronprinz, Boy Scout Revue, Charleville-Mezieres

WW1 - The German Crown Prince Wilhelm (1882-1951) at Boy Scout Revue, held in occupied Charleville-Mezieres, Ardennes, France. Charleville was the German HQ during the First World War. The (then) opulent Castle Renaudin above Charleville became the Headquarters for Kaiser Wilhelm II and the Kronprinz in 1916, through to the end of the war. The Ardennes was the only part of France to have been fully occupied for the entire duration of both world wars. Date: circa 1916

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection