image: four infantrymen representing France, Britain and America attack towards a building marked with columns that
represent women of invaded territories, including Alsace and Lorraine, Belgium, Serbia and Romania. The building is an adapted depiction of
the 'Porch of the Maidens' of the Erechtheum, the ancient temple on the north side of the Acropolis in Athens, Greece. This clearly alludes
to the ancient civilisation of classical Greece and so draws comparison between this cultured civilisation and that of the First World War
era Entente allies. This implies that Germany and her fellow Axis powers were uncultured, aggressive invaders presenting a threat to
civilisation and to the female populations of the invaded territories.