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Post-WWI Belgian Village
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Post-WWI Belgian Village
Beginning of reconstruction in a Belgian village. The little restaurant has been built in the midst of the ruins of war. The French sign above the door, À la Tête d'Or, means "The Gold Head." The same words in the Flemish language appear in the sign on the end of the roof, In het Gouden Hoofd. Belgium, it will be remembered, is a bilingual country. At the street corner is a half-obliterated sign in German, a reminder of the recent enemy occupation. (Image and caption circa 1920.) Click here to enlarge this image.
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