1 September 1944 An RAF flight carrying six Australian and two British airmen crashes into a mountain in the French JuraPLEASE SCROLL DOWN TO CONTINUE. A remote location A monument has been built at the site of the crash. Remains of the aircraft are preserved there. A ceremony was held after refurbishing the monument in 2018. War graves The bodies were brought to the Arc-et-Senans communal cemetery The local community maintains the graves A ceremony is held on 1 September each year to remember the sacrifice made by these young Australian and British airmen, "Les Aviateurs" A joint tale of tragedy Arc-et-Senans is also the site of the UNESCO-listed Royal Saltworks (Saline Royale). It was used as a detention center for gypsies during World War II. Lest We Forget is written in French, N'Oublie Pas, at the bottom of this plaque.