Relief Carving 1944 Wilhelmina Bridge
On the Wilhelmina Bridge is a relief carving about the liberation in 1944.
The Wilhelmina Bridge was partially destroyed during the liberation, after the war the bridge was restored and relief images were made on the bridge about the history of 's-Hertogenbosch.
One of these reliefs depicts the war, On the left side is a British tank, in the middle a mother with child which walks from the German soldier at the right to the allied tank on the left.
- Text: Paul Moerenhout
- Photos: Paul Moerenhout
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Point of interest
- Former Military Police Barracks
- Remaines Inscription Neville Chamberlain
- Daubed Panels Execution Place Vught