Belgium's WWII veterans worry about Brexit

WWII Belgian veterans stand at the Cenotaph on Whitehall, central London during a ceremony to commemorate those who died in the two world warsBelgium’s few remaining World War II veterans are worried their old indispensable ally Britain will turn its back on Europe and undercut the ideals they fought for in the 1940s. For Jean Martial, who left his home in Brussels in 1942 aged 18 to join the resistance in London, the peace that Europe has known for over 70 years is a direct result of the union.

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