Belgian troops put up formidable defense against invading German forces during the First World War.
Belgium Date:1914 Duration:1 min 46 sec Sound:NO SOUND
During World War I, Belgian forces defend against German invaders at Liege, Antwerp, Mons, Malines, Meuse, and Marne. Artillery shells exploding on battlefield. Belgian soldiers fight against the Germans in an open field, devoid of trenches or fortifications in World War 1. Artillery fire being exchanged. View of a heavy mortar. Troops moving cautiously into an open area, with city in background. A cathedral is visible in the distant background. Heavy German artillery barrages create large craters. German troops run across a field. Exploding shells resulting in fire and smoke. The German soldiers crawl across a field, pushing soft filled sacks in front of them to absorb incoming fire.
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