Anglo-Belgian Memorial (Brussels)

Brussels, Belgium

Anglo-Belgian Memorial (Brussels)

The Anglo-Belgian War Memorial (French: Monument Britannique, Dutch: Brits Oorlogsmonument) is a monument in Brussels, Belgium, which was commissioned by the British Imperial War Graves Commission and designed by the British sculptor Charles Sargeant Jagger (1885–1934).

Unveiled in 1923 by the Prince of Wales, it commemorates the support given by the Belgian People to British prisoners of war during the First World War. It is located on the Place Poelaert/Poelaertplein near Brussels' Palace of Justice and the Belgian Infantry Memorial.



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