German forces invade Luxembourg and Belgium at start of World War I
Belgium Date:1914 Duration:1 min 49 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Initial German advances in World War 1. German troops entering Luxembourg and Belgium. They are seen crossing bridges (possibly at Remich and Wasserbillig). Local inhabitants stand and watch as horse-drawn German wagons of supplies pass along a road. They pass over a pontoon bridge. Troops and supplies passing over a suspension bridge and then over a pontoon bridge. One wagon carries pine trees with German flags atop them. German army trucks moving over a stone bridge with structures built across it. Imperial high command observing movements of German military forces. Crown Prince Wilhelm (William) of Prussia, appointed Commander of the German 5th Army, is seen in the uniform of a Leib Hussar, with toten kopf (death head) emblem on his fur busby. He converses with his father, Kaiser Wilhelm II. They are accompanied by high ranking German officers. German forces entering Brussels, Belgium.
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