The Gaillon monument was erected after the First World War. It remembers the transfer of the infantry-school from Camp Beverlo to Gaillon in France.
The monument has a copper plaque, on which following text is written in both vernacular languages :
The monument used to be aside the Hechtelsesteenweg (Road to Hechtel – see photo underneath) facing the Tacambaro-monument and was transferred to the barracks ‘Antwerpen’, where the infantry-school was originally seated.
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