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Luxemburg

The Belgian Front, August 1914, Cologne, Germany, Luxemburg, Belgium and northern France include the Belgian forts of the Meuse at Liège, Namur, and Dinant, the fortress of Antwerp, and the capital of Brussels. The fortress of Liège (Lüttich) fell on August 16. German troops paraded in Brussels on August 20 as the Belgian Army fell back to Antwerp.
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Westlichen Kriegsschauplatzes
Köln-Lüttich-Brüssel
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Festungen, Forts.; Eisenbahnen
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The Belgian Front, August 1914, Cologne, Germany, Luxemburg, Belgium and northern France include the Belgian forts of the Meuse at Liège, Namur, and Dinant, the fortress of Antwerp, and the capital of Brussels. The fortress of Liège (Lüttich) fell on August 16. German troops paraded in Brussels on August 20 as the Belgian Army fell back to Antwerp.

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Westlichen Kriegsschauplatzes

Köln-Lüttich-Brüssel

Maßst[ab]. 1:2000000

Festungen, Forts.; Eisenbahnen

Reverse:

Logo: LB

Postkarten des westlichen Kriegschauplatzes Nr. 2. Import.

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The 1867 Treaty of London - to which Germany was a signatory - declared Belgium and the Grand Duchy of Luxemburg neutral territory.

Luxemburg is a country in Europe.

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Statistics for Luxemburg (1)

Type Statistic
Population 259,899

Books about Luxemburg (1)

Title Author Last Name Author First Name
Belgium and Holland Including the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg Baedeker Karl