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In Flanders Fields. The Landscape of War as Lieu de Mémoire
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In Flanders Fields. The Landscape of War as Lieu de Mémoire

(Piet Chielens) THE LOW COUNTRIES - 2014, № 22, PP. 38-45

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Every landscape of war is also an anthropological landscape. One could say that about Gallipoli, Turkey, one of the most clearly legible landscapes of World War I, but also about the region known as Flanders Fields, the most northerly section of the Western Front. Even more, the Westhoek is potentially one of the most international war landscapes. It is our task to ensure that this heritage is not lost.

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