Sandstone statue of two young women in traditional dress of Alsace and Lorraine holding a wreath of mourning.
The statue is flanked by tablets with the victims of the first and second world wars. It is depicted on the Saint Odile Fountain.
ce monument dit de la fidelite
symbole de l'attachement
de l'alsace et de la lorraine
a la france
a ete erige en 1925
transporte a cet emplacement
lors la reconstruction
il a ete laisse volontairement
dans l'etat ou il s'est trouve
apres les combats de la
liberation de decembre 1944
qui ont detruit completement
Originally, the statue was a war memorial for the first world war. It escaped the destruction of the village in 1944 en was replaced, without restoriation, in 1958.
Memorial - list of names
We have photos of the list(s) of the names on this memorial. Contact us if you want to see these lists. (contact form)
- Charles Geiss,
French sculptor of Colmar, active in 1910-1930
Sources & Information
Locatie (N 48°8'41" - E 7°19'28") (Satellite view: Google Maps)
Item Code: fral055; Photograph: 15 April 2012
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