Belgian resilience –
Among the many battles that punctuated the Second World War, an important chapter in Belgian military history is too often forgotten: Tenby. After the defeat of the 18 Day Campaign in May 1940, this picturesque village in South Wales nevertheless became the cradle of the rebirth of the Belgian land forces. It is here that the Belgians pulled themselves together to the point of participating in the liberation of Europe in 1944.
Google translation from the French version