It contains four articles, a section about doctoral theses and a number of reviews. In her article (written in Dutch), Ine Van Linthout (UGent) investigates the position of Flemings in German National Socialist marriage policies. Pierre Muller (UCL) has written an article in French about the production of a Belgian anti-tank weapon and the Belgian policy of neutrality in the 1930s. Colin Hendrickx (Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Vienna) has contributed an article (in English) about Belgian diplomacy in relation to President Mobutu’s Zaire. Finally, Bram De Maeyer (KU Leuven) sheds new light on the ‘Activist’ Council of Flanders during the First World War. These articles can be accessed in digital format as of June 2020 via www.journalbelgianhistory.be. In the meantime, you can order the issue (or buy a subscription) by email: .