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End of September 1914, the first refugees arrived in Moorslede.

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End of September 1914, the first refugees arrived in Moorslede.
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End of September 1914, the first refugees arrived in Moorslede. End of September 1914, the first refugees arrived in Moorslede. They were housed in a school in Moorslede. Shortly thereafter, on shy Monday (Schuwe Maandag) took the German soldiers Moorslede, Dadizele and Slypskapelle a force. The civilians were startled by the violence of war and fled. Moorslede Dadizele and were very close to the front line. The two communities have been evacuated several times for security reasons during the war. The inhabitants of Moorslede Dadizele and moved to Roeselare, which was further away from the front. During the first evacuation only the nuns were allowed to remain to care for the sick and wounded. people, men, soldiers, gathered, crowd, street, event, together, standing, building, Moorslede, 1914

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