Ciekawe wydanie okolicznościowe wydanego w czterech językach belgijskiego czasopisma De Grote Rede 36 The Great War and the Sea (2013)
omawiające różne aspekty 1 wojny światowej na wybrzeżu belgijskim.
Spis treści wersji angielskojęzycznej:
- What do WWI and the sea have in common?
- The Imperial German Navy wants to conquer the Belgian Coast
- German U-boat development during World War I
- The UNESCO convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage (Paris, 2001) and maritime WWI heritage in the Belgian part of the North Sea
The Zeebrugge and Ostend Raids
- Concrete in the dunes: the German coastal defences during the First World War
- Coastal defence by the Allied forces behind the Yser front: about arms, water, sand and patients
- The flooding of the Yser plain
- Paardenmarkt Bank, a WWI ammunition dump site off the Belgian coast
- Belgian marine scientists during WWI
- Belgian ‘power’ at sea?
- The accessibility and the role of the beach during WWI
- Battlefield tourism on the coast after WWI
- Fisheries and the First World War ’Herring saved our lives’
- Cis the Beachcomber: Naval mines, decorative and deadly
- Fruits of the Sea: Fish consumption during WWI
- Ask your sea related question: What do the Belgian cavalry, a German U-boat and the Van Deuren mortar have in common?
- The Coastal Barometer: What impact does WWI still have on the coast?
- Snapshots of the coast
- Education & the Sea: The First World War in the classroom
- Sea feeling: War child in occupied Blankenberge
Czasopismo w różnych wersjach językowych można pobrać z Flanders Marine Institute