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Belgium and Holland were married in 1815 by order of the great European powers. Belgium was most discontented with this union. Following a popular rebellion, the Provisional Government proclaimed... [Item of the Day]
The murder of Leon Trotsky in Mexico on 21 August 1940 had a tremendous impact. In Belgium, shocked and angry sympathizers gathered at the home of Henri Mandel. Lode Polk, one of the founders of the... [Item of the Day]
Nearly one year after liberation, the Jewish organizations in Belgium tried to get back to work. The Poale-Zion, the socialist Zionists, once again published their stencilled weekly Unser Wort in... [Item of the Day]
Artist Georges Rémi (Hergé) had not visited the Soviet-Union when he published the story of Tintin in the Soviet Union on 10 January 1929. He took the abuses and deceits his hero encounters mainly... [Item of the Day]

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