Wednesday Aug 27
South Wales Argus
Lord Kitchener said the 'present conflict would strain the resources of the Empire'
It now appears that the French armies have never held the line of the Meuse and Sambre in any strength and Namur prior to the fall was practically isolated, and that, of the fighting of which we have accounts, the French did the attacking.
Memories of German WWI atrocities haunt Belgium
A file picture of a post card released by the Historial de Peronne, Museum of WWI, shows a Belgian officer visiting an injured soldier during the First World War.
The films are part of 'The Great War: A Cinematic Legacy', a film exposition in commemoration of WWI curated by Charles Silver and Dave Kehr.
at war: Gallant little Belgium
The war continues to be as amazing as ever. We have now had actual firing for over ten days and yet there has been no serious invasion of French soil.
Megalithic Portal News
Pierre du Diable
The famous "Atlas de Ferraris" figures the "Pierre du Diable" on folio 116, in Velaine, on the right bank of the River Meuse, South of Namur .