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Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


BEL - Fort Breendonk 009
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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


BEL - Fort Breendonk 012
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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


BEL - Fort Breendonk 027
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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Het nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk / The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk

Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906 as part of the second ring of defenses of the Réduit national around the city of Antwerp, Belgium.Originally one in a chain of fortresses constructed to enable the government to defend the city of Antwerp, which would serve as the main headquarters in times of war, Breendonk was near the town of the same name, about 12 miles southwest of Antwerp. It was covered by a five metre thick layer of soil for defense against bombings, a water-filled moat and measured 656 by 984 feet.

During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews. Many were tortured or executed within the camp.


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Belgium - The national Memorial of the Fortress of Breendonk


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