Pre- World War I Electronic Information Sources
World at War (ABC-CLIO)
History and Reference Center (EBSCO)
American Government (ABC-CLIO)
Historical Newspapers (ProQuest)
Modern World History Online (FOF)
Issues and Controversies in American History
Print Titles on Pre-Great War World
The War to End All Wars
Call Number: 940.3 F8537w
Publication Date: 2010-08-28
An introduction to World War I explains its relevance as a conflict that involved many nations and casualties while introducing modern weaponry and military strategies that have shaped all subsequent wars.
World War I
Call Number: REF 940.3 C283w
Publication Date: 2006-11-01
This title provides firsthand accounts of the period...that illustrate how important historical events appeared to those who lived through them....each chapter includes an introductory essay and a chronology of events.
World War I
Call Number: 940.3 W92786pa
Publication Date: 2001-10-22
Buildup to war -- Setting the world on fire -- Start of World War I -- Settling in: The first years on the Western Front -- Changing tides of war on the Western Front -- The War in the East -- The far-flung war: fighting on distant fronts -- The War at sea -- Technology -- The Home Front: Fighting a total war -- Reluctant warriors: The United States in World War I -- The failed peace -- The costs of war.
Standing at Armageddon
Call Number: 973.8 P1485S
Publication Date: 2008-04-17
Provides an account of America's shift from a rural and agrarian society to an urban and industrial one.
World War I
Call Number: 940.3 O984s 1998
Publication Date: 1999-02-04
The origins of the war -- The strategy of the Central Powers -- Manoeuvre Warfare: the Eastern and Western Fronts -- The strategy of the Entente powers -- The Balkans -- Turkey's War -- The war in Africa -- The was at sea -- Economic warfare -- Economic mobilization: money, munitions, and machines - Women, war, and work -- The challenge to liberalism: the politics of the home fronts -- Eastern front and Western front -- Mutinies and military morale -- War aims and peace negotiations -- Propaganda and the mobilization of consent - Socialism, peace, and revolution -- The entry of the USA into the War and its effects -- The German victories -- The peace settlement -- memory and the Great War.