Outline related to Belgian Emigration
- Eupen (D), Limbourg (F), Malmedy (F*), Verviers (F).
- Amel (D), Aubel (F), Baelen (F*), Büllingen (Buellingen) (D), Burg-Reuland (D), Butgenbach (D), Dison (F), Herve (F), Jalhay (F), Kelmis (D), Leirneux (F), Lontzen (D), Olne (F), Pepinster (F), Plombieres (F*), Raeren (D), Sankt-Vith (D), Spa (F), Stavelot (F), Stoumont (F), Theux (F), Thimister-Clermont (F), Trois-Ponts (F), Waimes (F*), Welkenraedt (F*).
Linguistic subdivisionsThe district of VERVIERS is one of the most complicated districts, when it concerns linguistic affairs, but its also the one with the least problems in this context.
- The municipalities marked with (D) are part of the German-speaking Community of Belgium and those marked with (F) or (F*) are part of the French Community of Belgium.
- The municipalties marked with (F*) are those who do have a German-speaking minority.
- All municipalities do also belong to the Walloon region, but for the German-speaking municipalities some of the regional atributions have beeen delegated to the German-speaking Community
Ancien RegimeSee County of Dalhem, Prince-Bishopric of Liege, Duchy of Limbourg, Stavelot-Malmedy, ... .
- 14th Chemical Maintenance Company (1942-1945) Stationed in Ensival (Verviers) end 1944