Journal of Belgian History XLIV, 2014, 2/3

2014 2/3

This double issue approaches the First World War from the original perspective of the tensions in the Belgian society. Tensions between the occupier and the occupied country, between the Belgians and the French evacuees, between the local clergy and the population, and between Protestants and Catholics. All these tensions shed new light on the impact of war and occupation on the country.



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