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While visiting her cousin, Colonel (H) Christian Gourin, Nicole Drositis (born Marsilly), originally from Vineuil (36), came to visit, with her cousin, the two rooms devoted to the presence of the Americans in the Indre department.

After discovering the room dedicated to the American troops present between 1917 and 1919 at La Martinerie, in Issoudun and in the towns of Diors-Montierchaume, she turned her attention to the two rooms dedicated to the 1951-1967 period. A visit led by Yves Chambon, present on the site that day.

 

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Photos credit: Jean-Jacques Bérenguier

Nicole DROSITIS, Christian GOURIN et Yves  CHAMBON
Nicole DROSITIS, Christian GOURIN et Yves CHAMBON
La trace du passage de Nicole Drositis sur le livre d'or
La trace du passage de Nicole Drositis sur le livre d'or