BELGIUM IN THE GREAT WAR

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The full and harrowing story of Belgium’s Great War told including the number of war crimes against the civilian population that the Germans committed. These atrocities, were widely exaggerated by the Allied press, and raised considerable sympathy. For most of the country the occupation was only brought to an end in the aftermath of the armistice of November 1918 as the Belgian Army advanced into the country to replace evacuating German troops.
An essential read at for all with a desire to know the war and it’s effect upon it’s civilian population.

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