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1946 - Jean Cremers in front of the hotel

Original size 1171 × 678 px

The disease, which increasingly handcapped Jean, resembled Parkinson’s and was often called that by the family. It was a consequence of the pandemic (global outbreak) of the Spanish Flu after the end of the first world war, in which he had helped Belgian refugees. As a result of this disease, many people suffered from neurological dysfunction for the rest of their lives (Encephalitis lethargica).

Album : Cremers

Jean Cremers
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