Very, very well kept with plenty of plaques and monuments honouring Canadian soldiers and their regiments. The locals call it 'Parc du Canadienne' (Canada Park).
This is a small museum, but it is set in a beautifully constructed older theater. There are small displays and a video that regularly loops about the Dieppe Raid. It is not open all the time, so make sure to check out the hours. It is affordable, and there is parking nearby. The staff are very friendly, knowledgeable, and seem... 更多
The nuseum itself it only 1 room but it tells the story of the tragic failure of 19 August 1942 when 1,197 soldiers, mostly Canadian, died. There is a film playing (lasts about an hour) showing film from the time and has interviews with veterans. It's very moving. Worth a visit and only 3 Euros entry fee.
Simple but poignant. A fitting tribute to the many brave Canadians who gave their lives for freedom. It is pleasing that Dieppe remembers this sacrifice.
The garden is lovely and well kept, locals come here to reflect a little and to take in the air. The memorial serves us as a reminder at how awful war is and who have sacrificed their lives for us.
This is a beautiful place to remember the fallen. Simple but understated. A place of calm even though there is traffic close by.
This a a small Memorial that pays homage to Canada's war dead of August 19, 1942. The small garden is quite nice but whoever is supposed to cut the grass was a bit behind. I feel strongly that a memorial of this type should always be pristine and manicured.