Belgians Under the German Eagle
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Belgians Under the German Eagle

By Jean Massart
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  • BELGIANS UNDER THE GERMAN EAGLE
    • PREFACE
    • CONTENTS
    • INTRODUCTION
      • Intellectual Life in Belgium.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Intellectual Life in Belgium.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER I THE VIOLATION OF NEUTRALITY
      • A.—The Preliminaries.
      • B.—Justification of the Entry into Belgium.
      • C.—German Accusations against Belgium.
      • 1. The Report of M. le Baron Greindl, sometime Belgian Minister in Berlin.
      • 2. The Reports of Generals Ducarne and Jungbluth.
      • D.—The Declaration of War and the first Hostilities.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • A.—The Preliminaries.
    • B.—Justification of the Entry into Belgium.
    • C.—German Accusations against Belgium.
    • 1. The Report of M. le Baron Greindl, sometime Belgian Minister in Berlin.
    • 2. The Reports of Generals Ducarne and Jungbluth.
    • D.—The Declaration of War and the first Hostilities.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER II VIOLATIONS OF THE HAGUE CONVENTION
      • A.—The "Reprisals against Francs-tireurs."
      • B.—The "Belgian Atrocities."
      • C.—Violations of the Hague Convention.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • A.—The "Reprisals against Francs-tireurs."
    • B.—The "Belgian Atrocities."
    • C.—Violations of the Hague Convention.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER III THE GERMAN MIND, SELF-DEPICTED
      • A.—Pride.
      • 1. Militarism.
      • 2. Disdain of Others.
      • 3. Cynicism.
      • B.—Untruthfulness.
      • 1. A Few Lies.
      • C.—Incitements to Disunion.
      • D.—A Few Details of the Administration of Belgium.
      • E.—Ferocity.
      • 1. Aggravations.
      • 2. Physical Tortures.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • A.—Pride.
    • 1. Militarism.
    • 2. Disdain of Others.
    • 3. Cynicism.
    • B.—Untruthfulness.
    • 1. A Few Lies.
    • C.—Incitements to Disunion.
    • D.—A Few Details of the Administration of Belgium.
    • E.—Ferocity.
    • 1. Aggravations.
    • 2. Physical Tortures.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • INDEX
    • Transcriber's Note
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