The Red Banner of Revolution is raised in Antwerp :
German Soldier's councils hold a meeting in Antwerp in November 1918 several days before the Armistice is concluded.

German troops leaving the city. Four years earlier they paraded triumphiantly down the same boulevard.


In front of the Antwerp cathedral. A Belgian soldier returns home unharmed.


The entrance of the King and Queen in Antwerp in November 1918.


from 'Le Pays de France' : a Remembrance Parade in early 1919


A year later : Bastille Day Parade (bottom) and Belgian Independance Day Parade (top)



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