We stopped here, as Bart surely wouldn't get the much needed second objective city until December, but in fairness, in a grand campaign, Bart would have secured a fortified western front including Verdun AND the possibility for an early breakthrough! So, if not a tactical, at least a (bigger) strategical victory that would have left the Allies struggle for the next coming year a least! Well done, Bart!
|The situation at the start|
|The Germans are invading. Liege offers no resistance at all, the Belgian army defends Antwerpen.|
|Heavy fighting sees Verdun fall as early as in October!|
|Front line at the end November 1914|
|The Gap in the French line|