[Brussel, Louis Desmet-Verteneuil,1919] Privately published, only 25 numbered copies, this is nr. 18. more than 100 pages, many illustrations, including a portrait of the author, many facsimile reproductions of letters, photographic reproductions of documents etc. original paper softcover binding, some wear and tear to edges and to top and bottom of spine, extracts from the diary as written by Wilhelm G. F. de Bruyn (-1940) who was active as koerier van het Nederlandsch Gezantschap on behalf of the Netherlands government in Belgium during the First World War. Extremely scarce eyewitness story of the workings of the war in Belgium and the position of the Netherlands as a neutral country. According to worldcat (2023) not in KB, nor in any other library.