110 Years / by Harriet Dedman

On 8 April 1904, the Entente Cordiale was signed between the imperial powers of England and France. Bringing to the close centuries of rivalries between the two nations, solidarity in the face of pressing adversity formed an alliance which would shape the 20th Century. 

A gate-post to the centennial celebrations of WW1 and D-Day, some 110 years on - today's subtle significance trips on by. 

 

 Arromanches, Normandy

Arromanches, Normandy