Plaque

First Belgian School WW1

Inscription

"Not by bread alone doth man live"
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To commemorate the generous hospitality of the Oratory Fathers, whereby the first Belgian school was opened in London and children exiled by the great war were prepared for their future citizenship by a sound and Christian education.
1914 - 1919.

Site: First Belgian School WW1 (1 memorial)

SW3, Cale Street, Oratory Roman Catholic Primary School

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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First Belgian School WW1

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First Belgian School WW1

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