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D525 .C66 1917 [Info] "Companionship in Arms": Speeches Delivered in London on April 12, 1917, by the Prime Minister of Great Britain, the United States Ambassador, Viscount Bryce, and Lord Robert Cecil, and in the House of Commons on April 18 by Mr. Bonar Law, Mr. Asquith, Mr. Dillon, and Mr. Wardle, to celebrate America's Adhesion to the Allies' Cause (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1917), contrib. by David Lloyd George, Walter Hines Page, James Bryce, Robert Gascoyne-Cecil Cecil of Chelwood, Andrew Bonar Law, H. H. Asquith, John Dillon, and Geo. J. Wardle (page images here at Penn)
D525 .C87 [Info] Homely Thoughts on the Great War: Its Development and Results (London: G. Lyal; Melbourne: M. L. Hutchinson, 1914), by John Coutts (page images here at Penn)
D525 .G73 [Info] The Conflict for Human Liberty (New York: George H. Doran Co., ca. 1918), by Viscount Edward Grey of Fallodon (multiple formats at archive.org)
D525 .G78 [Info] Why Britain is in the War and What She Hopes From the Future (1916), by Viscount Edward Grey of Fallodon (multiple formats at archive.org)
D525 .L38 1918 [Info] France-Humanité: Lettres à Une Normalienne (in French; Paris: Imp. I. Rirachovski, ca. 1918), by Ernest Lavisse (page images here at Penn)
D525 .M273 [Info] The Geography of the Great War (New York: Macmillan, 1919), by Frank M. McMurry (illustrated HTML at rootsweb.com)
D525 .O36 1917 [Info] The Relation Between the Declaration of Independence and The World War (New York: National Security League, ca. 1917), by Thomas Jefferson O'Donnell (page images here at Penn)
D525 .P2 1917 [Info] The Commercial Future of Baghdad; The King of Hedjaz and Arab Independence (two London-published pamphlets bound together; 1917) (page images here at Penn)
D525 .P2 1917 [Info] Statement of Major General William Crozier, Chief of Ordnance, U.S.A. Before the Senate Committee on Military Affairs, December 31, 1917 (ca. 1917), by William Crozier (page images here at Penn)
D525 .P2 1918 [Info] The Conservation of Fuel in the United States: An Outline for a Proposed Course of Lectures in Higher Educational Institutions, Prepared for the United States Fuel Administration, Washington, DC (New Haven: Wilson H. Lee Co., 1918), by L. P. Breckenridge (page images here at Penn)
D525 .P755 [Info] The Meaning of Victory and Peace: A Sermon Preached at the Thanksgiving Service of the First Church of Christ and the Second Church of Christ in Hartford, Thanksgiving Day, November 28, 1918 (ca. 1918), by Rockwell Harmon Potter (multiple formats at archive.org)
D525 .R3 [Info] Les Cinq Sources de la Victoire (in French; Paris and Brussels: G. Van Oest et cie, 1919), by Joseph Reinach (page images here at Penn)
D525 .W53 1915 [Info] The Pentecost of Calamity, by Owen Wister (PDF at djm.cc)
D526 .2 .E7 [Info] Contemporary War Poems (New York: American Association for International Conciliation, 1914), contrib. by John Erskine (page images here at Penn)
D526 .D4 [Info] Defenders of Democracy: Contributions from Representative Men and Women of Letters and Other Arts From Our Allies and Our Own Country (1918), ed. by Militia of Mercy (U.S.) Gift Book Committee (Gutenberg text)
D526.2 [Info] Camion Cartoons (Boston: Marshall Jones Company, 1919), by Kirkland Hart Day (illustrated HTML at BYU)
D526.2 .A786 [Info] The Book of Artemas: Concerning Men, and the Things That Men Do, at the Time When There Was War (New York: G. H. Doran company, c1918), by Arnold Telford Mason
D526.2 .A787 [Info] The Second Book of Artemas: Concerning Men, and the Things that Men Did Do, at the Time When There Was War (second edition; London: W. Westall and Co., 1918), by Arnold Telford Mason (multiple formats at archive.org)
D526.2 .B62 [Info] The Chronicle of Kan-Uk the Kute: Being a Copy of a Scroll Inscribed by Him, What Time He Did Travel in His Caravan Throughout the Land of Kan-a-Da and of Am-er-Eka in the Days of the Great War, and Now Given to the World By its Finder (New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1918), by Frank Burne Black
D526.2 .C4 [Info] One Hundred Cartoons by Cesare (Boston: Small, Maynard and Co., 1916), by Oscar Edward Cesare
D526.2 .C5 [Info] The Changing Attitude Toward War as Reflected in the American Press (New York: American Association for International Conciliation, 1914), by Franklin Henry Giddings (page images here at Penn)
D526.2 .C53 [Info] Ode on the Sailing of Our Troops for France, by John Jay Chapman (HTML at Michigan)
D526.2 .C6 1917 [Info] A Treasury of War Poetry: British and American Poems of the World War, 1914-1917, ed. by George Herbert Clarke
D526.2 .C78 [Info] That Rookie from the 13th Squad (New York and London: Harper and Bros., 1918), by Percy L. Crosby
D526.2 .E35 [Info] The Fiery Cross: An Anthology of War Poems (London: Grant Richards, 1915), ed. by Mabel C. Edwards and Mary Booth (HTML at Emory)

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