24/8/1914 [Western Front] The Germans recapture Mulhouse again, the British and French retreat

After heavy fighting, the Germans recapture Mulhouse. The French begin a general retreat from Alsace to avoid being outflanked from the north. The British and French also retreat from the Germans in Belgium. German troops start to move south, from Belgium into France, besieging troops defending the border town of Maubeuge.

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