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Article about: Hi All, I'm planning on going to Belgium in a few weeks time and I'm looking for WW2 museums to visit in the North East Area of Belgium, I know of museums at La Gleize. poteau, Malmendy, La

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    Hi All,
    I'm planning on going to Belgium in a few weeks time and I'm looking for WW2 museums to visit in the North East Area of Belgium, I know of museums at La Gleize. poteau, Malmendy, La roche ardenne and the 3 in BastogNe but are there any more i don't know about that members can recomend and they must be open to visits on Saturday

    Thanks in advance
    Always looking for 155mm Howitzer parts, tools and general Artillery equipment from WW2, Korea and Vietnam.

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    Baugnez44 is also a very nice museum that I recomend!
    And offcourse Bastogne!
    La Gleize is a very beautifull museum!
    And in Antwerp, you always can visit KZ Breendonk... but that's more in the north.

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    Btw, 28th of april there's the biggest Militaria show from Europe in Ciney!!!
    That to is very recomended!!!!!

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    Quote by Krikke1980 View Post
    Baugnez44 is also a very nice museum that I recomend!
    And offcourse Bastogne!
    La Gleize is a very beautifull museum!
    And in Antwerp, you always can visit KZ Breendonk... but that's more in the north.
    Thanks for the info

    La Gleize is shut for decorating etc, yes Baugnez44 is very good to, just want to find something I havent been to yet
    Always looking for 155mm Howitzer parts, tools and general Artillery equipment from WW2, Korea and Vietnam.

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    Quote by Krikke1980 View Post
    Btw, 28th of april there's the biggest Militaria show from Europe in Ciney!!!
    That to is very recomended!!!!!
    Yes thats where I'm off to on the Sunday
    Always looking for 155mm Howitzer parts, tools and general Artillery equipment from WW2, Korea and Vietnam.

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    Quote by Krikke1980 View Post
    Baugnez44 is also a very nice museum that I recomend!
    And offcourse Bastogne!
    La Gleize is a very beautifull museum!
    And in Antwerp, you always can visit KZ Breendonk... but that's more in the north.
    WELL worth the visit. Allow several hours.

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    coast wise the atlantic wall from oostende to niekirke.

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    Quote by Krikke1980 View Post
    Btw, 28th of april there's the biggest Militaria show from Europe in Ciney!!!
    That to is very recomended!!!!!
    This news has made my evening! Im heading over on the 24th so will be visiting i think!

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    Thanks for your recomendations, does anyone have any more places for me to consider ???
    Always looking for 155mm Howitzer parts, tools and general Artillery equipment from WW2, Korea and Vietnam.

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    Yes, the Army Museum in Brussels! I've forgot to say that yesterday! :-)

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