There were nearly a hundred people yesterday in Grimaud to pay tribute to the Grimaudois who died for France and, more generally, to commemorate the Armistice of November 11, 1918.
During the ceremony at the monument to the dead, after the addresses of the mayor, Alain Benedetto, the deputy mayor Jean-Claude Bourcet; Of General Bernard Janvier, sheaves were deposited before the call of the dead was made. Many children participated, including in the cemetery where the burials of the dead for France were flowered.
The next ceremony will take place on December 5, to honor the fighters who died in the conflicts of North Africa.
At the same time, a centennial commission will be set up to organize, for four years, events related to the memory of the First World War.