National Geographic : 1938 Apr
00 Photograph by B.Anthony Stewart GODFREY OF BOUILLON SACRIFICED HIS FEUDAL CASTLE ABOVE THE SMILING VALLEY OF THE SEMOIS TO LEAD THE FIRST CRUSADE The gallant knight sold the ancestral fortress, left, to finance his march to Jerusalem more than 800 years ago. Ifthe old Crusader could peer from itswalls today he would see a gasoline filling station in the street below. Godfrey may have fished in the placid river when he was aboy, for the townspeople ofBouillon have always been proud of their fine trout. Here the author was entertained by Albert Godart, champion fly-caster (page 412).