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Belgian War Graves Old Cemetery Knokke

At the entrance of the cemetery there are crosses as a tribute to the military victims of the First World War: LEFEVRE Jules, Knokke 13 October 1914; MORTIER Leonce Petrus, Keiem October 24, 1914; VAN WAES Maurice, Staden September 29, 1918; MEYSMAN Sebastian, October 27, 1918; NEYTS Julian, Eu (F) Dec 9, 1918; VAN DAMME Léopold, Altengrabow (D) 1 September 1915.

Around the memorial of the Second World War are tombstones for the soldiers, the resistance fighters and the resistance fighters who lost their lives in the war.

The civilian victims of the Second World War are buried against the hedge to the right of the cemetery.

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Source

  • Text: Luc Van Waeyenberge
  • Photos: Luc Van Waeyenberge