Brave women, patriotic men and foolishly daring young children – these were the silent and unseen denizens who valiantly fought and resisted the ruthless occupying German army in the tiny, proud, but stubborn country of Belgium. Victorious in battle, the Imperial German army soon found itself fighting a most invisible and tenacious enemy behind its front lines – the ordinary people of Belgium. From the humblest field worker to the most privileged nobility, there formed small pockets of resistance to defy and instigate the unwelcome occupiers. Yet the Germans had plans of their own for dealing with occupied resistance – the Agent Provocateur. This is just one of countless true stories of resistance during the Great War.