My colourizing projects have started with the commemoration of the end of the first World War. I specifically looked for old photos depicting the Belgian population, civilian and military, during that period. Other colourizing projects will be posted shortly.
Belgian soldier from Zemst. Around 1930. Original black and white photo credit and copyright: Heemkundige Kring De Semse.
Belgian soldiers heading West after the siege of Liège early August 1914. Original black and white photo credit: Nationaal Archief.
Two Belgian soldiers on the retreat from the overwhelming force of the German invasion during the late summer of 1914.
Original black and white photo credit: Nationaal Archief.
Two Belgian soldiers guiding civilians fleeing from burnt their towns during the summer of 1914.
Original black and white photo credit: Nationaal Archief.
A Belgian soldier handling a machine gun in the clashes while retreating after the German invasion of August 1914.
Original black and white photo credit: Bibliotheque nationale de France.
Belgian refugees fleeing the occupied territory after the German invasion of August 1914.
Original black and white photo credit: Nationaal Archief.
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