|On July 3, 1944, Eugène Chavant proclaims the restoration of the French Republic in the Vercors.|
|Cannisters dropped by Allied aircraft, and which once carried provisions and weapons, sit in Vassieux-en-Vercors as a reminder of the activity that took place here during World War II.|
|A glider frame sits in the village of Vassieux-en-Vercors.|
|The field in which the maquisards built an airstrip code-named "Taille-Crayon" by the Allies. The Germans used the airstrip to land their own troops and provisions using gliders.|
|A street in Vassieux-en-Vercors.|
|Approaching the entrance to the Mémorial de la Résistance en Vercors.|
|A memorial to the victims of Vassieux-en-Vercors.|
"It wasn't part of folkore... but almost. We all had our flag. All the camps had their flag, their mast then their flag." - Paul Borel, enlisted in the maquis at the age of twenty.