About The Franco Australian Museum
The Franco Australian Museum in Villers-Bretonneux in France is one of the sites along the route dedicated to First World War history, known as the Circuit of Remembrance.
The Franco Australian Museum looks at the role played by Australian forces during the World War I. A small museum based on the first floor of the Victoria School, the Franco Australian Museum offers a variety of exhibitions including visual presentations.
The town of Villers-Bretonneux was also the site of fierce fighting during the First World War.
Historial de la Grande Guerre is a museum near the site of the Battle of the Somme and focused on the social effects of World War I.
The Somme battlefields in France are a series of sites where the Battle of the Somme was fought during World War I.
Le P’tit Train de la Haute Somme is a reconstruction of the supply line used by allied forces in France during World War I.
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