Monument to the Sons of Verdun, built 1928 near the Porte Chaussee, by architect Forest and sculptor Claude Grange, 1883-1971, commemorating the 518 men of Verdun (510 soldiers, 8 civilians) who died in World War One, Verdun, Meuse, Lorraine, France. The monument bears the inscription 'On ne passe pas' as 5 French men form a barrier to German soldiers. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Monument to the Sons of Verdun, built 1928 near the Porte Chaussee, by architect Forest and sculptor Claude Grange, 1883-1971, commemorating the 518 men of Verdun (510 soldiers, 8 civilians) who died in World War One, Verdun, Meuse, Lorraine, France. The monument bears the inscription 'On ne passe pas' as 5 French men form a barrier to German soldiers. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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