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Anne in Alaska - Parvis St-Gilles, Brussels, Belgium

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  1. Otto

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    From: Parvis St-Gilles, Brussels, Belgium

    Anne is Alaska has been researching the final flight of Mischief Maker II, a B17 that was shot down near Brussels, Belgium on 4 Mar 1944. Anne's quest for knowledge took her to Brussels and she was generous enough to share her visit with us here on the site.

    I very much enjoy this postcard, thank you @Anne in Alaska !

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    I really must stop in Brussels one day & have a look round.
    I've driven through it in the early hours of the morning, I've been stuck in traffic on the motorways around it but but never stopped & looked at what's there.
     
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    The place makes Australia look like a hick-town...
     
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    Had a cousin in the diplomatic service who lived in Brussels a long time ago. Yet another place I've never been to...yet.
     
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