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Exclusive showings of the film “Trois Journées d’Aout 1914″ in Brussels, Liège, Namur and Dinant from 15 January 2014.”Trois Journées d’Aout 1914” (Three Days in AUgust 1914) is a documentary in two parts directed by André Dartevelle about the memories of the civilian massacres at the start of the First World War in Belgium.During three days in August 1914, numerous villages and towns in Belgium were devastated by the German army, which led to the atrocious massacre of more than 5000 civilians.Part 1: The Walls of DinantIn this first part, 7 descendants of the victims recount their precious stories of what happened on those terrible days on 23, 24 and 25 August 1914 in Dinant and tell their moving family history, which has been forever damaged by this tragedy.

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© André Dartevelle

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