We have visited a few of the war museums in France, so this was an interesting follow-up. The main displays are divided into four sections, beginning with early conflicts, into the First and Second World Wars and finally finishing with modern conflicts. They also have a large gallery toward the back with a number of vehicles, artillery, etc. from various time periods. This is the largest collection of that type that we had seen. I particularly found the tanks interesting as they progressed from some very early models up to a recent Russian tank from Afghanistan. We spent just over three hours there, which allowed us to get a look at everything, but you could easily spend an entire day if you wanted to.
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