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Meuse, Canton, France in Europe

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View of Liege, Belgium Circa 1887 Featured Meuse Print

View of Liege, Belgium Circa 1887

Beautifully Illustrated Antique Engraved Victorian Illustration of View of Liege, Belgium Circa 1887. Source: Original edition from my own archives. Copyright has expired on this artwork. Digitally restored

© Craig McCausland

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Verdun Rebuilt Featured Meuse Print

Verdun Rebuilt

circa 1925: The French fortified town of Verdun, on the Meuse, scene of the longest and most severe battle of World War I in 1916, in which the French repelled a powerful German offensive. Ten years after the battle, the reconstruction of Verdun is almost finished. The archbishop's residence, which had to be almost entirely rebuilt, is viewed from the cathedral. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

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The river and citadel at Huy Featured Meuse 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