Over 250,000 Belgians fled to Britain when Germany invaded Belgium.
Where Belgian refugees were housed
A diamond merchant who fled Belgium and built a munitions factory
York soon became a refuge for Belgian citizens fleeing the conflict abroad
Exeter welcomes Belgian refugees and inspires a Devon detective
Belgian families who sought sanctuary in Somerset
250,000 Belgian refugees came to England after the invasion
A specially constructed village that operated under Belgian law
Monaghan town was a refuge for Belgians fleeing German invasion in WW1.
A local couple adopt the child of a Belgian refugee and a soldier from the Congo
Belgian refugees fleeing the advance of the German army are welcomed to Oxford