The King greets and the Queen treats wounded soldiers back from the attack
The King gets information at the front on the withdrawal to the Yser
King Albert defending Antwerp (I think)
They shall not pass!
The King directing the troops against the enemy.
It is true, the role of the King was slightly glorified in order to inspire the army to resist and encourage the people not to lose hope in the most darkest hour of the national history. But also is true that no other monarch of the Great War was, from 1914 to 1918, so close so constantly to his army and none more shared their stress and discomfort. Albert I was the King who saved Belgium!