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Belgian War Graves Bruges Municipal Cemetery

In this Belgian Cemetery rest approximately 520 Belgian soldiers. There are 86 from the Second World War. Most died during the Eight-Day Campaign in 1940. Among the tombs is one grave of a resistance fighter and one grave of the Commonwealth.

A plot contains the graves of deported or executed political prisoners and resistance fighters. A statue with the inscription "Pro Patria" ("For Motherland") stands nearby.

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Source

  • Text: Jente de Roust
  • Photos: Jente de Roust (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), Luc van Waeyenberge (6)

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