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On the 3rd December 1914, H.M King George V visited the Brigade of the 1st Battalion at Hazebrouck. It is noted in the War Diary that the battalion was formed up on either side of the street and gave three cheers for the King as he passed by.

H.M King George and King Albert at the march past of the Belgian troops in early December 1914

 

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