America and World War I: A Selected Annotated Biblography of by David R. Woodward

By David R. Woodward

The USA and international battle I, the 1st quantity within the new Routledge examine publications to American army reviews sequence, presents a concise, annotated consultant to the significant volume of assets to be had at the nice War.  With over 2,000 entries chosen from a wide selection of courses, manuscript collections, databases, and on-line assets, this volume should be a useful learn instrument for college kids, students, and armed forces historical past buffs alike.  the wide variety of issues lined comprise warfare movies and literature, to civil-military family, to ladies and war.  Routledge examine courses to American army stories will contain concise, easy-to-use bibliographic volumes on varied American army campaigns all through background, in addition to tackling well timed matters akin to girls within the army and terrorism.

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London: Battle of Britain Prints International, 1983. 160 pp. The title is somewhat misleading because this guide is limited to the battlefields of the western front. Nevertheless, this is an indispensable source for any tour of the battlefields of France and Flanders. The author was until 1982 a special collections officer in the Imperial War Museum; her knowledge of World War I is extensive. The photographs are numerous and generally good, especially those that show the battlefields as they appeared then and appear now.

He is now, however, one-third of the way to completing a three-volume history. His first volume covers the origins and first year of the war. Many chapters constitute a monograph. Individual chapters, in fact, are now being published in book form. A great strength of this work in addition to its depth and extensive research is that it is not anglocentric. When completed, this history of the war may surpass Stevenson’s volume. 212. Taylor, A. J. P. The First World War: An Illustrated History. New York: Capricorn Books, 1972.

New York: Cambridge University Press, 2005. 266 pp. This is an unusual account of the origins of the war because it also covers countries such as Italy, the Balkan states, and the United States, who came into the war in 1917. In contrast to many recent accounts, Herwig and Hamilton assign major responsibility to Austria rather than Germany for the outbreak of war. 130. ———, eds. The Origins of World War I. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2003. 537 pp. Nine other contributors join Hamilton and Herwig in examining the key decision makers and their motivation in going to war.

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