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A moving experience showing the humanity has learnt NOTHING from this horror. Seeing innocent lives ruined by others is unforgivable but were are still seeing it now in so many parts of the world
Oradour and the dignity of this memorial is a credit to...More
The review below says it all.
The only extra comment re the museum is the audio guide does not fully cover all the information provided on the posters. And the 12 min movie subtitles were woeful.
I took the bus after much research, so just...More
There are no words to explain the atrocities that took place in this quiet town on 10 June 1944. This village located, at that time, in Nazi-occupied France was destroyed. Its 642 inhabitants, including women and children, were massacred by a German Waffen-SS company. French...More
At a time when memories start fading and the WWII generation are all dying, this is an indispensable visit to show the horrors of the past. The site can only be entered through the museum whose exhibits include photos of what the village was like...More
I live reasonably close to the martyred village and so have visited many times usually with visitors to us. People often ask "will I enjoy it". My answer is that it is not a place to be enjoyed but a place to reflect on and...More
A visit to the Oradour-sur-Glane village massacred by the Nazis in 1944, is not an easy experience for a tourist but necessary if you want to understand recent history. We left this place feeling numb with realisation that humans could inflict such misery on fellow...More
We had read about this terrible atrocity, but were shocked by the extent of the town. This is truly a 21st century Pompeii, a place frozen in time. It is the small things - the mangled pushchair in the church and the Singer sowing machines...More
A perfect example of the futility of war and the de-humanisation and cruelty it can engender through the murder of 642 villagers.
It's quite a unique experience to walk within this abandoned village and imagine what happened here especially when you can see the new...More
Response from Stephen S | Reviewed this property |
No fee for the village , but there’s is a fee for the visitor centre film etc approx 7.50 €
An hour wouldn’t do it justice , but you could zip round the old village ( just) it’s not a place for rushing round though