Nazi barbarism. On June 10, 1944, atrocious events took place in Oradour-sur-Glane, near Limoges: the largest massacre of civilians perpetrated by the Nazis in France.
Indeed, it is an entire village in the Limousin that is destroyed - only ruins remain - and 643 people who find odiously the death a few days after the landing of the Allies in Normandy. Women, children, men of all ages. Only a few people survived the killing - including Yvon Roby, Robert Hébras, Jean-Marcel Darthout, Mathieu Borie, Armand Senon, Paul Doutre. The testimonies of the survivors make it possible to reconstruct the scenario of this atrocious tragedy, which forever marks the collective memory.
More than eight years after the tragedy, the proceedings of the trial of the massacre of Oradour-sur-Glane will open before the permanent military tribunal of Bordeaux. But in the dock there will be no order-giver, only executioners: seven German soldiers and fourteen Alsatians. Young people...
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