In the Museum of Military History in Brussels, was inaugurated to-day a new section dedicated to the Army of Holland.
In the Museum of Military History in Brussels, was inaugurated to-day a new section dedicated to the Army of Holland. It is Colonel van der Tuuk, Dutch Military attache who officially turned over the new vitrines to the Head Conservator of the museum, Mr. Loconte.
Different personalities were present at the inaugurational ceremony and among them we recognized General Maton, honorary "aide de camp" of King Baudouin, and Lieutenant Colonel Mackay (Hoof Bureau Ceremonieel van de Generale Staf of the Ducth Army.
The two vitrines which were inaugurated to-day, give an idea of the Dutch army, back in 1940 and the Dutch army as it is to-day. In his speech, Colonel van der Tunk gave the two vitrines to the museum, in name of the Dutch Minister of Defense.