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Maredsous
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Back to England
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Liege
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From Liege to the French border, we raveled tough he valley of the Meuse River. The scenery at Sonant particularly striking
Chez Marechal, where we had spent the night after arriving in Agimont too late for further travel.
Elianne Jacques
It was at this railway crossing that we encountered the German soldiers.
Elianne's friend, Rollande (1971)
Reeny, Elianne, myself, Rollande, and extreme right, Elianne's husband, Jules.
The smugler' path from Doiche to Foishe, France. This 1971 picture shows a small road while in 1944, it more little more than a foot path.