This is an original 1914 monochrome in-text lithograph of the contested region in Belgium during World War I around the time of the Battle of Liége. The diagram also shows the general layout of the larger and small forts at Malonne and Maizeret.
This 97+ year old Item is rated Fine. Light aging throughout. No creases. Original portfolio crease. No surface rub. Small tear - center. No water damage. Please note: There is printing on the verso. There are also several staple holes along the original portfolio crease in the center of the image.
Keywords specific to this image: Bois de Villers, Heribert, Wepion, Malonne, Namur, Floreffe, Sambre River, Floriffoux, Suarlee, Suarlée, Emines, Cognelée, Daussoulx, St. Servais, Vedrin, Beez, Lives, Marchovelette, Franc Waret, Marche-les-Dames, Meuse River, Maizeret, Mozet, Andoy, Naninne, Sart-Bernard, Jambes, Saint Servais, Road, Army, Fortress
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