A Spot of History: In August 1914, as Belgium's largest city waited, the invading German army approached like a giant subway train -- pushing ahead of it not a blast of air but a blast of human
|Refugees heading for Brussels, |
Underwood & Underwood, Abbott, p. 19
|From A Journal from Our Legation|
in Belgium by Hugh Gibson
|German Cavalry Soldier|
3. More than 1,300 pages of unpublished diaries and/or dissertations and articles that have been kindly given to me to read. (Thank you to all those who have been so kind!)
4. More than 2,000 pages of photocopies and/or digital images I've collected so far from my two library visits.