The Documentation Center is open by appointment from Monday to Friday (9am to noon and 2pm to 5pm). Entry is free of charge and includes access to archives, photographs, postcards, brochures and others documents of the Great War.
Depending on the nature of the research involved, it is recommended to contact the Center in advance so that the curatorial department can prepare the necessary materials for consultation.
The Documentation Center provides an international approach to the Great War through a library of more than 4 000 books, pamphlets and bounds periodicals illustrating the military, political and cultural history of the war over the 1910-1930 periods
You will find below the catalogs of the Documentation center. The works are available for consultation on the spot, by appointment. No possible loan.