Zedelgem ExhibitionOctober–November, 2012

An exhibition was held October-November, 2012 commemorating the Zedelgem camp, primarily focused on the Estonians and Latvians held there. As the flyer notes, more than 100,000 prisoners of war passed through Zedelgem between 1944 and September 1946. The exhibition included historical photographs, artwork, cartoons, printed works, and archival documents.

Exhibition flyer, courtesy Pol Denys
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Zedelgem Exhibit, October-November 2012

Zedelgem Exhibit, October-November 2012

Zedelgem Exhibit, October-November 2012

Zedelgem Exhibit, October-November 2012

Zedelgem Exhibit, October-November 2012

Zedelgem Exhibit, October-November 2012

Zedelgem Exhibit, October-November 2012

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