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Adegem Cemetery

I have asked permission from the guides from Canada to be allowed to photograph this man

Among other things, this man Cidney Cole, (100 year old) my parents freed me from the enemy, being the German army.
They came to liberate us on 13 and 14 September 1944.

On Sunday 8 September, Maldegem Adegem paid tribute to the fallen soldiers of the Second World War, who are buried in the Adegem Canadian War Cemetery.

The ceremony with flower tribute started at 10 a.m. and took place in the presence of a representative of the King, the Canadian, Polish and British ambassadors or their representatives, various former combatants and patriotic associations. “On the occasion of 75 years of liberation, a Lockheed C-130 Hercules and the Formation team The Victors flew over the cemetery at the start of the ceremony.
In addition, in the context of the commemoration of the Battle of the Scheldt, a Canadian delegation attended part of the ceremony in Maldegem. Then those people travel on to the ceremony in Antwerp.
A large audience had come up

I hope that you enjoy it

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