Kolibri

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Posted on 08/22/2010


Photo taken on November 11, 2008


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Schoonselhof

Schoonselhof
Details of a grave at Schoonselhof Cemetery,Antwerp

Schoonselhof Cemetery (Antwerpen Schoonselhof) is located in Wilrijk, a suburb of Antwerp, Belgium.

Schoonselhof Cemetery has a Jewish section plus War memorials for the graves of 1,557 British Commonwealth soldiers who died fighting in World War I and World War II.

Those interred here include:

Lode Baekelmans (1879-1965), writer
Peter Benoit (1834-1901), composer
Pierre Bruno Bourla (1783–1866), architect
Gaston Burssens (1896-1965), writer
Hendrik Conscience (1812-1883), writer
Jan Cox (1919-1980), painter
Henri De Braekeleer (1840-1888), artist
Herman De Coninck (1944-1997), writer and journalist
Willem Elsschot (1882-1960), author
Vic Gentils (1919-1997), painter and sculptor
Marnix Gijsen (1899-1984), writer
Ferre Grignard (1939-1982), rock singer
Pol Mara (1920-1998), painter
Alice Nahon (1896-1933), poet
Hugues C. Pernath (1931-1975), writer
Armand Preud'Homme (1904-1986), composer
Bernard Tokkie (1867-1942), opera singer
August Van Cauwelaert (1885-1945), author
Jos Van Eynde (1907-1992), journalist, politician
Paul Van Ostaijen (1896-1928), writer
Gerard Walschap (1898-1989), writer