epa01791254 Crown Prince Philippe of Belgium salutes during the 75th Belgian Parade at the Cenotaph Monument in central London, Britain on 11 July 2009. At the death in 1934 of King Albert I of the Belgians, King George V granted Belgium's army the privilege of being the only non Commonwealth army to be allowed to parade, bearing their arms, in the streets of London, in homage to the brave stand of King Albert and his army in World War One. EPA/FRANTZESCO KANGARIS
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