Traveling through the rolling hills, green forests, and peaceful towns of the Argonne region in Northern France, it is hard to imagine that a century ago this was the battleground where hundreds of thousands of soldiers lost their lives. Compared to their suffering, the worries of our modern day Western society seem trivial, almost insignificant. Rebuilding Romagne brings to life stories of heroism, love, and sacrifice of people in the shadows of World War One. Throughout these stories, you will get a feeling for what the war meant for soldiers and civilians, men and women, victors and vanquished, and also for the descendants of those who fought “the war to end all wars.
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