The Interpretative Centre presents today the work of a collective of colourists who has colored all these portraits.
During the Great War, Vignacourt was used for French and Allied logistics. Louis and Antoinette Thuillier lived in the village and were keen amateur photographers. They began taking photographs of the soldiers of different nationalities who were billeted in the village in their farmhouse. In 2010 an Australian television station (Channel Seven) uncovered 4000 photographic plates in the Thuillier’s old attic.
The Vignacourt 14-18 Interpretative Centre welcomes you in the Thuillier farmhouse.