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On the 12th of September, 1918, was the beginning of the assault to eliminate the Salient formed four years ago by the valiant and brutal fighting of the French Army. Billy Mitchell's 1500 airplanes armada, George Patton's tanks attack, Douglas McArthur and its 42nd Division were all part of this extraordinary battle led for the first time by General John Pershing as Commanding General of the American Expeditionary Force.
Along the road from Pont-a-Mousson through Flirey, Seicheprey the US Divisions  fought Northwards to meet the 26th US Division and French Divisions. During this day you will visit the remains of the Bois Brule Trench, we will stop to see Hattonchatel and its castle fully restored after the war by an American woman, Belle Skinner, the US Federal Monument at Montsec built to honor the 7000 American casualties of the four day of the battle, provides time for reflection along with the magnificient view of plains of the Woevre and the beauty of the Meuse with  it's gently rolling hill, the former village of Remenauville occupied by the Germans and fully destroyed, etc....
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We propose a full day's visit. For more of information and prices, contact us.