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 Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and Military History - Brussels - Belgium - Aircraft - World War I & II - Tanks - Panzer - Canon - Uniform - European Tourist Guide - euro-t-guide.com
The Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and Military History is the major museum showing the history of the armed forces in Belgium. The museum display the history of the armed forces from the Middle Ages until today. The collection contains both uniforms, personal weapons, tanks, vehicles and aircrafts.  
 
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A French built Dasault Mystere fighter displayed at the Royal Armed Forces Museum in Brussels.

A French built Dasault Mystere fighter displayed at the Royal Armed Forces Museum in Brussels.
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A German World War II "Küblewagen" displayed at the Royal Armed Forces Museum in Brussels.

A German World War II "Küblewagen" displayed at the Royal Armed Forces Museum in Brussels.
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A British World War II Supermarine Spitfire displayed at the Royal Armed Forces Museum in Brussels.

A British World War II Supermarine Spitfire displayed at the Royal Armed Forces Museum in Brussels.
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A classic McDonald Douglas F-4 Phantom displayed at the Royal Armed Forces Museum in Brussels.

A classic McDonald Douglas F-4 Phantom displayed at the Royal Armed Forces Museum in Brussels.
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Belgium World War II refugees at the Royal Armed Forces Museum in Brussels.

Belgium World War II refugees at the Royal Armed Forces Museum in Brussels.
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Some large vintage canons displayed  at the Royal Armed Forces Museum in Brussels.

Some large vintage canons displayed  at the Royal Armed Forces Museum in Brussels.
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