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Resistance monument Kollumerpomp
Netherlands

This monument was inaugurated on 14 april 1950. The text on the back side, visible on the photo, translates as: " They fought like Frysians for freedom, truth and justice for liberation of their homeland 1940-1945 " On the top seat an image of the Dutch lion is carved. Photo's taken on may 23, 2010.

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