Credit for this entry to:Yannick Du Bois
Categories: Armed Forces, War Memorial WW1
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To the trench artillerymen who died for our country 1914-1918
Successful in battle at Saint-Georges near Nieuport in WW1.
British Royal Air Force.
Born Liege. He first went to the Congo in 1902. Tabora is now in the mid-w...
Armed Forces, War Memorial WW1
Mad, bad and dangerous to know.
You have nothing to lose but your chains!
Nurse who helped soldiers escape from occupied Belgium during WW1.
Fell in love in Brussels.