End of the Siege of Antwerp
10th October 1914
The German Army attacked Antwerp on September 28. Capturing many of the outre ring forts including Fort Catharine, the siege would last over a month before
the mayor of Antwerp, Jan De Vos, offered capitulation on October the 10th. The city of Antwerp would remain occupied by German troops until 1918.
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