- A·le·xan·der von [ah-le-ksahn-duh r fuh n] /ˌɑ lɛˈksɑn dər fən/, 1846–1934, German general.
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The English were retreating, and Kluck was following hard after them.
Kluck turned back from pursuing, and the English went on unharmed.
Whatever the reason was, von Kluck suddenly began marching south-east.The Childrens' Story of the War, Volume 2 (of 10)
James Edward Parrott
Kluck took Brussels on August 18, 1914, and turned south, meeting the first serious resistance at Mons.
Between them Kluck was to be destroyed and his rout would expose the flank and rear of all the German forces in France.