Charlemagne Peralte Statue - Hinche Haiti

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Hinche Haiti, Charlemagne Peralte

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Gade photo saa... Gen yon ceremoni ki ap dewoule nan Hinche kounye a pou komemore lanmò Charlemagne Peralte ki te mouri jounen 31 Oktòb la, nan lane 1919...

Look at this photo... Charlemagne Peralte Statue - Hinche Haiti

There was a ceremony held in Hinche Haiti on 31 October 2014 to remember the death of this great Haitian Hero, Charlemagne Peralte, who was captured and killed by the US Army back on 31 october 1919.

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