November 27, 2022

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Research on American soldiers in World War II begins at the Flanders Fields Museum in Ypres

Research on American soldiers in World War II begins at the Flanders Fields Museum in Ypres

Today a small monument in Kemmel and the American Cemetery in Warejem are reminiscent of American soldiers during World War I. 400 Americans were buried there, and 600 were buried in the United States. For research, the In Flanders Field Museum (IFFM) will collaborate with the Smithsonian Institution, the largest research and museum complex in the United States, and the US Embassy in Belgium.

We know very little about American soldiers in World War I because of Dominic Tentovan of the Flanders Fields Museum. “Together we are going to build a processor that will allow you to follow in the footsteps of American soldiers in Belgium during World War I. What many people think or suspect is far more comprehensive than Westcock. We will even be on the Oudenaarde.

After the trial, there will also be an exhibition about American soldiers. “It could be a travel exhibition set up in various places to commemorate American travelers,” concludes IFFM’s Tentovan.

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