1. Military occupation, political imaginations, and the First World War 2. Mauvaise conduite: complicity and respectability in the occupied Nord, 1914 - 1918 3. Sursum Corda: the underground press in occupied Belgium, 1914 - 1918 4. Between recruitment and forced labour: the radicalization of German labour policy in occupied Belgium and northern France 5. `A kind of Siberia': German labour and occupation policies in Poland and Lithuania during the First World War 6. Warsaw University under German occupation: state building and nation Bildung in Poland during the Great War 7. The fruits of occupation: food and Germany's occupation of Romania in the First World War 8. Norms of war and the Austro-Hungarian encounter with Serbia, 1914 - 1918 9. Misconceived realpolitik in a failing state: the political and economical fiasco of the Central Powers in the Ukraine, 1918
Sophie De Schaepdrijver teaches Modern European History at Penn State University, USA. She has published on military occupations in the First World War in general, and on the German occupation of Belgium in particular. She is interested in how military occupation and individual ambition intersect.