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  • Date is exactly "1919 June 18"

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President Wilson and King Albert at Adinkerk, Belgium, at the time of President Wilson's visit to Belgium

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President Wilson, at Marchinnes_au_Pont, near Charleroi, Belgium, where five blast furnaces have already been set up to replace some of those destroyed by the Germans.

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King and Queen, President Wilson, Mrs. Wilson and presidential party, visiting the battle swept city of Ypres, Belgium.

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President Wilson and King Albert, passing over the battlefield near the Forest of Houthoulst.

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Photo of Woodrow Wilson and Queen Elizabeth in the trenches at Nieuwpoort battlefield

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Photo of Woodrow Wilson walking with Brand Whitlock at the Nieuwpoort battlefield, Cary T Grayson behind

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Photo of Edith Bolling Galt Wilson and Queen Elizabeth of Belgium walking at the Nieuwpoort battlefield

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Photo of Woodrow Wilson and King Albert leaving the station at Adinkerke in an automobile with a crowd of children looking on

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Photo of the Wilsons with the King and Queen of Belgium in the Forest of Houthoulst, Belgium. Left to Right: Edith Benham, Queen Elizabeth, Woodrow Wilson, Edith Bolling Galt Wilson, Margaret Wilson, King Albert

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Photo of the King and Queen of Belgium, President and Mrs. Wilson, and their party visiting Ypres, Belgium

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Photo of Woodrow Wilson and the Royal and Presidential party at Zeebrugge Harbor, Belgium

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Photo of Woodrow Wilson's party passing through the streets of a devastated town in Belgium

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Photo of Woodrow Wilson and the Royal and Presidential party at Zeebrugge Harbor, Belgium

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Photo of children waving flags on the streets of Zeebrugge during Wilson's visit

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Photo of Margaret Wilson, Edith Bolling Galt Wilson, British port commander Captain Evans, Woodrow Wilson, and Brand Whitlock at Zeebrugge, Belgium

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Photo of the King and Queen of Belgium, President and Mrs. Wilson, and their party visiting Ypres, Belgium

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Photo of the King and Queen of Belgium, President and Mrs. Wilson, and their party visiting Ypres, Belgium

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Photo of the King and Queen of Belgium, President and Mrs. Wilson, and their party visiting Ypres, Belgium

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Photo of the King and Queen of Belgium, President and Mrs. Wilson, and their party visiting Ypres, Belgium

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Benjamin Strong Jr. thanks L. Lanier Winslow for his travel assistance.

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