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lundi 4 août 2014

Guerre de 14-18: 80 pays commémorent l'invasion de la Belgique

Liège accueille ce lundi les commémorations du centenaire du début de la Première Guerre mondiale. Cette longue journée du souvenir se poursuivra à Louvain dans l'après-midi, puis à Mons en soirée...

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attend a WW1 100 Years Commomoration Ceremony at Le Memorial Interallie on August 4, 2014 in Liege, Belgium. Monday 4th August marks the 100th Anniversary of Great Britain declaring war on Germany. In 1914 British Prime Minister Herbert Asquith announced at 11pm that Britain was to enter the war after Germany had violated Belgium's neutrality. The First World War or the Great War lasted until 11 November 1918 and is recognised as one of the deadliest historical conflicts with millions of casualties. A series of events commemorating the 100th Anniversary are taking place throughout the day.Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends a WW1 100 Years Commomoration Ceremony at Le Memorial Interallie on August 4, 2014 in Liege, Belgium. Monday 4th August marks the 100th Anniversary of Great Britain declaring war on Germany. In 1914 British Prime Minister Herbert Asquith announced at 11pm that Britain was to enter the war after Germany had violated Belgium's neutrality. The First World War or the Great War lasted until 11 November 1918 and is recognised as one of the deadliest historical conflicts with millions of casualties. A series of events commemorating the 100th Anniversary are taking place throughout the day.(L-R) Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, French President Francois Hollande and Queen Mathilde of Belgium attend a WW1 100 Years Commomoration Ceremony at Le Memorial Interallie on August 4, 2014 in Liege, Belgium. Monday 4th August marks the 100th Anniversary of Great Britain declaring war on Germany. In 1914 British Prime Minister Herbert Asquith announced at 11pm that Britain was to enter the war after Germany had violated Belgium's neutrality. The First World War or the Great War lasted until 11 November 1918 and is recognised as one of the deadliest historical conflicts with millions of casualties. A series of events commemorating the 100th Anniversary are taking place throughout the day.Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attend a WW1 100 Years Commomoration Ceremony at Le Memorial Interallie on August 4, 2014 in Liege, Belgium. Monday 4th August marks the 100th Anniversary of Great Britain declaring war on Germany. In 1914 British Prime Minister Herbert Asquith announced at 11pm that Britain was to enter the war after Germany had violated Belgium's neutrality. The First World War or the Great War lasted until 11 November 1918 and is recognised as one of the deadliest historical conflicts with millions of casualties. A series of events commemorating the 100th Anniversary are taking place throughout the day.Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, French President Francois Hollande and Queen Mathilde of Belgium attend a WW1 100 Years Commomoration Ceremony at Le Memorial Interallie on August 4, 2014 in Liege, Belgium. Monday 4th August marks the 100th Anniversary of Great Britain declaring war on Germany. In 1914 British Prime Minister Herbert Asquith announced at 11pm that Britain was to enter the war after Germany had violated Belgium's neutrality. The First World War or the Great War lasted until 11 November 1918 and is recognised as one of the deadliest historical conflicts with millions of casualties. A series of events commemorating the 100th Anniversary are taking place throughout the day.King Philippe of Belgium takes part in a WW1 100 Years Commomoration Ceremony at Le Memorial Interallie on August 4, 2014 in Liege, Belgium. Monday 4th August marks the 100th Anniversary of Great Britain declaring war on Germany. In 1914 British Prime Minister Herbert Asquith announced at 11pm that Britain was to enter the war after Germany had violated Belgium's neutrality. The First World War or the Great War lasted until 11 November 1918 and is recognised as one of the deadliest historical conflicts with millions of casualties. A series of events commemorating the 100th Anniversary are taking place throughout the day.King Felipe of Spain  attends a WW1 100 Years Commomoration Ceremony at Le Memorial Interallie on August 4, 2014 in Liege, Belgium. Monday 4th August marks the 100th Anniversary of Great Britain declaring war on Germany. In 1914 British Prime Minister Herbert Asquith announced at 11pm that Britain was to enter the war after Germany had violated Belgium's neutrality. The First World War or the Great War lasted until 11 November 1918 and is recognised as one of the deadliest historical conflicts with millions of casualties. A series of events commemorating the 100th Anniversary are taking place throughout the day.

http://www.zimbio.com/pictures/G7y_G-M6Rcy/Duke+Duchess+Cambridge+Attend+Service+Remembrance

et:

http://www.rtbf.be/info/monde/detail_liege-commemore-le-100e-anniversaire-de-l-invasion-de-la-belgique?id=8327613

et:

http://www.lavenir.net/article/detail.aspx?articleid=DMF20140801_00509253

04-08-2014 Luik Prince William and Kate, Catherine, and French President Francois Hollande and Queen Mathilde and King Filip (Philippe) attend in Liege, Belgium, the commemorations marking 100 years since the invasion of Belgium by Germany at the start of World War I.  

No Spain

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Reyes de los belgas y Duques de Cambridge

http://www.hola.com/realeza/casa_espanola/2014080472939/rey-felipe-actos-conmemorativos-primera-guerra-mundial/

http://www.7sur7.be/7s7/fr/1502/Belgique/article/detail/1979872/2014/08/04/EN-DIRECT-La-ceremonie-a-Cointe-est-terminee.dhtml

Le duc et la duchesse de Cambridge sont à Liège, à l'occasion des commémorations du centenaire de la première guerre mondiale. Parmi les nombreux invités de marque présents, dont le roi d'Espagne nouvellement couronné Felipe VI et le roi de Belgique Philippe et la reine Mathilde, figurait aussi le président de la République, François Hollande...

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