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The fort at Manonviller, east of Nancy and Lunéville, fell on August 27, 1914. The map shows the Belgian fortresses of Liège (Lüttich), Namur, Dinant, and Antwerp (Antwerpen) and French fortresses including those of Lille, Maubeuge, Givet, and Verdun.
Text:
Die Einnahme von Manonvillers
29.8.1914
Manonvillers, das stärkste Sperrfort der Franzosen, ist in deutschen Besitz.
W.I.B. (24)
Reverse:
B.Z. Kriegskarte
Verlag der B.Z. am Mittag, Berlin
The capture of Manonviller
08/29/1914
Manonviller, the strongest barrier fort of the French, is in German hands.
W.I.B. (24)
Reverse:
B.Z. War Card
Publisher of B.Z. at noon, Berlin

The fort at Manonviller, east of Nancy and Lunéville, fell on August 27, 1914. The map shows the Belgian fortresses of Liège (Lüttich), Namur, Dinant, and Antwerp (Antwerpen) and French fortresses including those of Lille, Maubeuge, Givet, and Verdun.

Image text

Die Einnahme von Manonvillers

29.8.1914

Manonvillers, das stärkste Sperrfort der Franzosen, ist in deutschen Besitz.

W.I.B. (24)

Reverse:

B.Z. Kriegskarte

Verlag der B.Z. am Mittag, Berlin



The capture of Manonvillers

08/29/1914

Manonvillers, the strongest barrier fort of the French, is in German hands.

W.I.B. (24)

Reverse:

B.Z. War Card

Publisher of B.Z. at noon, Berlin

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