Belgian army during World War I. Part 1

On August 4th, 1914 German troops invaded Belgium as a part of of the Schlieffen Plan, in an attempt to capture Paris quickly through the neutral countries. The Belgian army, which was a tenth of the size of the German army, held the German offensive for nearly a month.

Belgian army during World War I

Belgian army during World War I

Belgian army during World War I

Belgian army during World War I

Belgian army during World War I

Belgian army during World War I

Belgian army during World War I

Belgian army during World War I

Belgian army during World War I

Belgian army during World War I

Belgian army during World War I

Belgian army during World War I

Belgian army during World War I

Belgian army during World War I