Kruiseik War Memorial

Kruiseik War Memorial

The village of Kruiseik, situated just south of the Menin Road about a mile east of Geluveld, was captured by the Germans, after several days of heavy fighting, on 29th October 1914, and remained in their hands until recaptured by the British on the 28th September 1918.  The war memorial remembers the fallen of both World Wars.

Kruiseik War Memorial

Kruiseik War Memorial

Kruiseik War Memorial

Kruiseik War Memorial

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