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Liege, Belgium in Europe

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Albert I - King of Belgium - Liege - Legion d'Honneur Featured Liege Print

Albert I - King of Belgium - Liege - Legion d'Honneur

Albert I - King of Belgium, a panorama of Liege and the French Legion d'Honneur . The German invasion of August 5th, 1914 soon reached Liege, which was defended by 30, 000 troops under General Gerard Leman. The forts initially held off an attacking force of about 100, 000 men but were pulverised into submission by a five-day bombardment by the Germans Big Bertha howitzers. Liege received the Legion d'Honneur for its brave resistance in 1914. Date: circa 1914

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

The river and citadel at Huy Featured Liege Print

The river and citadel at Huy

Sixteen miles south-west of Liege, on the Meuse, stands the picturesque and fortified town of Huy. Here is shown the rock-hewn citadel, and the medieval church which stands on the banks of the Meuse. During World War I, while the bombardment of Liege was proceeding, Uhlans advanced on the bridge at Huys but were beaten back by the civic guard. A few days later a strong force of German cavalry seized not only Huy, but several other points on the west border region. The fall of Huy opened up the railway route from Liege to the Belgian plain. Date: 1914

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Cartoon, Attractive Holiday Resorts, August 1914, WW1 Featured Liege Print

Cartoon, Attractive Holiday Resorts, August 1914, WW1

Cartoon, Attractive Holiday Resorts, August 1914, WW1. Showing suggested posters for advertising the latest attractions at continental holiday resorts, including boating on the canal at Kiel, Germany, rest cures at Liege, Belgium, a quiet life in the Dardanelles, Turkey, the Belgian Ardennes, rusticity and romance on the Rhine (an ugly Lorelei holds a bomb), Ehrenbreitstein and other fortress castles, Germany, and the Blue Danube, handy for Serbia. Date: August 1914

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans