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The village of Ribemont, which lies to the north of Paris, was the traditional resting area of the 14th battalion when it was not ‘in-the-line’. From N. Wanlliss, The History of the Fourteenth battalion A.I.F. (1929).

Many of the original buildings can still be seen in Ribemont today.

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