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September 2019 Featured Belfries of Belgium and France Print

September 2019

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© A Neil Farrin / AWL Images

Dunkirk, France - Belfry Featured Belfries of Belgium and France Print

Dunkirk, France - Belfry

The 15th century belfry in the French town of Dunkirk (Dunkerque). It was once attached to the Saint Eloi Church, but was left free-standing after the church burnt down in 1558. Market stalls and shop fronts are visible at the base of the tower.
circa 1910s

© The Roseries Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

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Ringing the gas alarm on the Western Front by Philip Dadd Featured Belfries of Belgium and France Print

Ringing the gas alarm on the Western Front by Philip Dadd

A British gas sentry rings a medieval church bell bearing figures of saints and armorial insignia (formerly hung in the shattered belfry shown in the background), to alert troops of a German gas attack. This front cover image was painted by Philip Dadd, a regular contributor to The Sphere. It was to be his last picture for the magazine as he was killed in France on 2 August 1916. Date: 1916

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans