The Agony Of Belgium: The Invasion Of Belgium; August-december 1914 by Frank FoxThe Agony Of Belgium: The Invasion Of Belgium; August-december 1914 by Frank Fox

The Agony Of Belgium: The Invasion Of Belgium; August-december 1914

byFrank Fox

Paperback | February 15, 2018

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At the start of World War I, King Albert of Belgium refused the German army safe passage through Belgium to France, a defiance that was a key moment in the beginning of the war. Albert then took command of the relatively new and untested Belgian Army, and The Agony of Belgium recounts the army’s bravery and resilience in the face of the challenges to come.
 
The Agony of Belgium reveals the courageous and noble qualities of King Albert, whether at the Front as an active Commander-in-Chief; with his people during Zeppelin raids and artillery bombardments at Antwerp; declining refuge in France after the retreat from Ostend; or rallying his troops. This unique account of a part of the war often overlooked will be of significant interest to military scholars and historians. 
 
Frank Fox was commissioned into the British Army at the age of forty-one, and though he suffered severe injuries during the Battle of the Somme, he returned to the front as part of Haig’s GHQ at Montreuil-sur-Mer.  
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Title:The Agony Of Belgium: The Invasion Of Belgium; August-december 1914Format:PaperbackDimensions:182 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.6 inPublished:February 15, 2018Publisher:Uniform PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1910500852

ISBN - 13:9781910500859

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“A harrowing account of the suffering that Belgium endured from the German invasion in 1914. Fox charts Belgium’s heroic stand and the personal courage of King Albert I that inspired his Army.”