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how many casualties were there in the battle of liege?

In the Battle of Liege of World War 1, there were 2000 to 3000 casulities either by getting wounded or have died. The Battle of Liege was the first Battle of World War 1.

Approximately 15,000 people died during the Battle of Liege. In total almost 30,000 people suffered injuries, death, or were captured.

Hubert of Liege was not a martyr. He died of natural causes.

The peasant bowed before his liege, the king, and begged his forgiveness for stealing the gruel.

Frederick of Liege died in 1121.

Liege Hulett was born in 1838.

Liege Hulett died in 1928.

what are the causes of battle of buxar

The Battle of Liege took place from Aug. 5-16, 1914, in Belgium. The Germans marched through neutral Belgium on their way to Paris. They thought they would encounter no or only token resitance. However, they were suprised that the Belgians put up a decent fight. This was the first land battle of WWI. The Germans brought out a 'new' gun, 'Big Bertha', a large howitzer with which they shelled the 12 forts surrounding Liege. German commander Luddendorf finally convinced the fort in the center to surrender and thus gained a strategic advantage for the Germans. Eventually the Belgians were pushed back to Antwerp. It is said that Liege was a moral victory for the Allies.

'Liege' rhymes with siege.Liege and prestige come to mind

Daniel de Liege is 6' 5".

Standard Liege is a Belgian football (soccer) club.

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While servants pledged their loyalty to the liege, they did not always like him or respect him.

The peasant bowed before his liege, the king, and begged for forgiveness for stealing the gruel.

"The barbarians are at our portcullis, my liege, shall I order the archers to take their positions?"

The Looters of Liege - 1914 is rated/received certificates of: UK:U

A liege was someone who owed a duty of service to a lord in feudal times (middle ages) although it could also mean the lord himself. A liege lord was the lord to whom you owed the service.

It was the Battle of Liege (a major municipality of Belgium, in the French-speaking region of Wallonie) that lasted twelve days--from 5 August 1914 to 16 August 1914. Hope that helps!

The cast of The Looters of Liege - 1914 includes: Tom Coventry

Daniel de Liege was born on April 19, 1966, in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.

The long term causes of this battle were what happened before the event

The word "liege" can be a noun or an adjective (meaning loyal). There does not seem to be an adverb form, but you could use a prepositional phrase instead.

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