Group    From 27/7/1942  To 1945

Belgian Volunteers - WW2

Categories: Armed Forces

Countries: Africa, Belgium, Italy, Yugoslavia

On July 27th, 1942, a Belgian Troop (N° 4) was created within the 10th (Inter-Allied) Commando in Great Britain. They fought in Algeria, Italy and Yugoslavia.

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Belgian Volunteers - WW2

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Belgian Volunteers - WW2

Here many Belgians volunteered during World War II to fight with their allies...

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