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Rev Med Brux. 2014 Jan-Feb;35(1):52-7.

[Being a freshman in the year 1945].

[Article in French]


In 1945, the freshman was the witness of historical events such as the reception at the University of General de Gaulle, Sir W. Churchill and Sir A. Fleming. Other important events occured in that year: the end of the war in Europe, the revelation to the world of the nazi horours and the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. An extension of the principle of free thinking of facts and ideas appeared as a consequence of nazi occupation. The time was hard for the freshman concerning his studies and subsistance but the year 1945 was fascinating and came to an end with the revival, after seven years, of the grand student's feast of Saint-Verhaegen.

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