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Winston Churchill in Antwerp, Belgium, 1914Belgian tank commander signaling from the turret of his A.C.G.1 cavalry tank, Belgium, circa 1938-1940
Winston Churchill in Antwerp, Belgium, 1914Belgian tank commander signaling from the turret of his A.C.G.1 cavalry tank, Belgium, circa 1938-1940
Belgian A.C.G.1 cavalry tank undergoing testing or training, circa 1938-1940Belgian A.C.G.1 cavalry tanks, Belgium, circa 1938-1940
Belgian A.C.G.1 cavalry tank undergoing testing or training, circa 1938-1940Belgian A.C.G.1 cavalry tanks, Belgium, circa 1938-1940
Scuttled French Char B1 heavy tank in Beaumont, Belgium, 16 May 1940, photo 1 of 2Refugees in Enghien, Belgium, May 1940
Scuttled French Char B1 heavy tank in Beaumont, Belgium, 16 May 1940, photo 1 of 2Refugees in Enghien, Belgium, May 1940
A Flak 18 gun and its crew in Belgium, May 1940; note British Morris C8 tractor and German BMW R18 and DKW NZ350 motorcycles in foregroundA Belgian civilian and a German soldier looking at an abandoned French Char B1 heavy tank, Ermeton-sur-Biert, Belgium, mid-May 1940
A Flak 18 gun and its crew in Belgium, May 1940; note British Morris C8 tractor and German BMW R18 and DKW NZ350 motorcycles in foregroundA Belgian civilian and a German soldier looking at an abandoned French Char B1 heavy tank, Ermeton-sur-Biert, Belgium, mid-May 1940
Ward Hermans speaking at an Algemene SS Vlaanderen event in Gent (Ghent), Belgium, 1941LĂ©on Degrelle, Fernand Rouleau, and Victor Matthys (behind Degrelle) leaving the Palais des Arts at Brussels, Belgium, May 1941
Ward Hermans speaking at an Algemene SS Vlaanderen event in Gent (Ghent), Belgium, 1941LĂ©on Degrelle, Fernand Rouleau, and Victor Matthys (behind Degrelle) leaving the Palais des Arts at Brussels, Belgium, May 1941
Newly arrived prisoners at Fort Breendonk, Belgium, 13 Jun 1941Political prisoners at Fort Breendonk, Belgium, 13 Jun 1941
Newly arrived prisoners at Fort Breendonk, Belgium, 13 Jun 1941Political prisoners at Fort Breendonk, Belgium, 13 Jun 1941
General der Infanterie Alexander von Falkenhausen working at his desk, Belgium, 1940sLĂ©on Degrelle speaking, Brussels, Belgium, 1944
General der Infanterie Alexander von Falkenhausen working at his desk, Belgium, 1940sLĂ©on Degrelle speaking, Brussels, Belgium, 1944
LĂ©on Degrelle speaking to troops at Charleroi, Hainaut, Belgium, 1 Apr 1944; note Josef Dietrich in backgroundM4 Sherman tank covering the advance of men of US 60th Infantry Regiment, Belgium, 9 Sep 1944
LĂ©on Degrelle speaking to troops at Charleroi, Hainaut, Belgium, 1 Apr 1944; note Josef Dietrich in backgroundM4 Sherman tank covering the advance of men of US 60th Infantry Regiment, Belgium, 9 Sep 1944
British soldier examining a Jagdpanther S.P. Tank Destroyer knocked out by a M4 Sherman tank near Gheel, Belgium, 13 Sep 1944.Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery talking to townspeople outside the Town Hall in Louvain, Belgium, 15 Sep 1944. In 1940, Louvain was the front line of Montgomery’s troops against the German Blitzkrieg.
British soldier examining a Jagdpanther S.P. Tank Destroyer knocked out by a M4 Sherman tank near Gheel, Belgium, 13 Sep 1944.Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery talking to townspeople outside the Town Hall in Louvain, Belgium, 15 Sep 1944. In 1940, Louvain was the front line of Montgomery’s troops against the German Blitzkrieg.
25-pdrs guns of 430th Battery of the British 55th Field Regiment supporting British Guards Armoured Division in the bridgehead over the Meuse-Escaut Canal, Hechtel, Belgium, 16 Sep 1944, photo 1 of 225-pdrs guns of 430th Battery of the British 55th Field Regiment supporting British Guards Armoured Division in the bridgehead over the Meuse-Escaut Canal, Hechtel, Belgium, 16 Sep 1944, photo 2 of 2
25-pdrs guns of 430th Battery of the British 55th Field Regiment supporting British Guards Armoured Division in the bridgehead over the Meuse-Escaut Canal, Hechtel, Belgium, 16 Sep 1944, photo 1 of 225-pdrs guns of 430th Battery of the British 55th Field Regiment supporting British Guards Armoured Division in the bridgehead over the Meuse-Escaut Canal, Hechtel, Belgium, 16 Sep 1944, photo 2 of 2

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