» A very moving experience and a story tjhat must be related » – Bob, England.
« A most interesting and emotional account of the horrors of war. Excellent presentations. Helpful and informative staff » – Ann, Dick, Jacky, Teny, England.
“ Fantastic to finally see the result of all your hard work and efforts. Congratulations on such a moving and thought testament to the 25th August 1944. We often think of Maillé and will definitively return soon” – Catherine, Tunbridge Wells, England.
“A very good exhibition and helpful receptionist. Thank you… A terrible history” – Peter and Christine, Northern Ireland.
“Another terrible memory to try and convince people that war is pointless and think it is better to try and live in peace, a much harder thing to achieve. May very many come here and take note” – Helen, Paul, Bill and Bob.
“Thank you for reminding us not to forget. Man’s inhumanity to man.” – Joan and Nolan, USA.
“A very interesting place. Very well commemorated” – Conor from Canada
“A very moving tribute to those people who lost their lives. Well done” – A.W.
“Very moving. These things should not be allowed to happen in the future. Thanks.” – Mary and Steeve, Australia.
“We knew about the massacre at Oradour sur Glane, but nothing about Maillé. Let it always be remembered”. Denise.
“Thank you to those who have constructed this museum, it reminds us all of the futility of war and the ways in which war can turn ordinary men into people who kill in the name of vengeance.” – Bob and Margaret.
“This is our third visit to the exhibition, and the addition of the audio guide is extremely helpful. The whole exhibition is presented with dignity. Regards,” – Alan, Norfolk, England.
« Thank you for keeping the memory alive, a very moving recollection of the suffering of the people of Maillé. A part of our journey to France that will remain in our hearts.” Annette, Rick, Roy and Steeve, Nottingham, England.