The church was completely destroyed in WWI and nearly completely in WWII. Although the church has been rebuild, as large a before, the interior is rather bare, and the once very beautiful rood/choir screen, is only represented by a few remaining pieces. There are some pictures detailing its original splendour. There is some art from just after the war, one based on a real occurrence during the war, when a German soldier gave a monstrans (religious object) to a Belgian soldier in one of the few instances when enemy soldiers fraternised.
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