Why did germany not invade belgium in world war 1?

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Alf Halvorson asked a question: Why did germany not invade belgium in world war 1?
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Date created: Fri, Sep 24, 2021 2:09 PM
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  • Had the British not been present, the war would not have been widened to the point that Germany, constrained by its lack of merchant marine, could not in the long run win. But at the same time, removing Belgium from the equation was never an option for Germany.

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