The German response to real or alleged atrocities committed by Kaiser's troops in Belgium. German propaganda, published in several languages and in the international press, emphasized that the occupation forces of Belgium, had respected both the civilian population and the historical monuments. At the same time, the Germans accused the Belgian soldiers and civilians of carrying out a guerrilla war, violating the conventions of war.
AAVV, La Grande Guerra illustrata, Georg Stilke, Berlin, (?)
AAVV, Großer Bilderatlas des Weltkrieges, Bruckmann, Monaco, 1915