Jacques was a Belgian soldier, serving in the 9th Belgian Infantry during World War I.

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Jacques was a tough character who disdained authority, and certainly did not respect the command of Corporal Henri Defense, and bullied his fellow army men. The Belgian, who enjoyed intimidating younger, inexperienced soldiers, was for some time under suspicion for having killed the officers of his 9th Belgian Infantry. Despite his unsympathetic character, he proved pivotal in at least one victory during the 1916 Battle of the Somme but was killed in the conflict.

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