"Strength Through Unity" -- At the end of May 1940, the Belgian army was in dire straits and backed into the western part of the country. Near Oostrozebeke, the Germans managed to penetrate the 8th Division's front. Major Leclerq, commanding officer of the 1st Battalion of the 21st, decided to counter-attack with a combined force of infantry-men, gunners and engineers. At 1830, the bugles signaled the charge. .
Attacker: Belgian (1st Battalion, 21st Line Regiment, 4th Group, 5th Artillery Regiment and 10th Engineers Regiment)
Defender: German (1st Battalion, 455th Infantry Regiment)