The war memorial in St. Julien (now Sint-Juliaan) stands in front of the rebuilt church, which, like the village itself, was utterly destroyed during the Great War.
‘St. Julien to its fallen heroes’.
Plaque which, I think, thanks the Polish Tank Division for liberating the village in 1944.
…and military casualties from two World Wars are remembered on the memorial.
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