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D History: General, and Regions Outside the Americas (Go to start of category)
D613 .B3 [Info] Approaches to the Great Settlement (New York: B. W. Huebsch, 1918), by Emily Greene Balch, contrib. by Norman Angell and Pauline Knickerbocker Angell
D613 .B42 1918 [Info] The Peril of Premature Peace Parleys: An Address Delivered at a Patriotic Mass Meeting of the Graduates of Forty-two Colleges and Universities, Held in the Opera House, Boston, on February 16, 1918 (1918), by James M. Beck (page images here at Penn)
D613 .C55 1918 [Info] Stockholm (resolutions of the 1917 Stockholm Socialist International Conference, in French; Stockholm: Tidens Förlag, 1918), by Conférence socialiste Internationale de Stockholm (1917), contrib. by Camille Huysmans (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
D613 .C75 [Info] International Republicanism: The Way to Permanent Peace (Philadelphia: Society for Ethical Culture, 1918), by Algernon Sidney Crapsey (page images here at Penn)
D613 .I6 1918 [Info] Proceedings of the Inter-Allied Labor Conference (With Appendix) (Washington, DC: American Federation of Labor, 1918), by Inter-Allied Labour and Socialist Conference (multiple formats at archive.org)
D613 .M24 [Info] A Clean Peace: The War Aims of British labour, Complete Text of The official War Aims Memorandum of the Inter-Allied Labour and Socialist Conference, Held in London, February 23, 1918 (New York: George H. Doran Co., 1918), by C. A. McCurdy, contrib. by Inter-Allied Labour and Socialist Conference
D613 .W6 1917 [Info] Why the War Must Go On (London et al.: Hodder and Stoughton, 1917) (page images here at Penn)
D615 .B324 [Info] Il Caso del Belgio (In Italian; Paris et al.: T. Nelson and Sons, 1915), by James M. Beck (page images here at Penn)
D615 .B324 [Info] La Causa della Duplice Alleanza Contro la Triplice Intesa (In Italian; Paris et al.: T. Nelson and Sons, 1915), by James M. Beck (page images here at Penn)
D615 .F8 [Info] The Neutrality of Belgium (New York; London: Funk and Wagnalls, 1915), by Alexander Fuehr (HTML at BYU)
D615 .H46 [Info] War Hypocrisy Unveiled: An Essay On The World Conflict (New York: F. Hansen, 1915), by Albert Edward Henschel (page images here at Penn)
D616 .B8 [Info] In the Heart of German Intrigue (Houghton Mifflin, 1918), by Demetra Vaka (illustrated HTML at BYU)
D617 .A8 1915 [Info] Zur Vorgeschichte des Krieges mit Italien (in German; Vienna: Hof- und Staatsdruckerei, 1915), by Ministerium des K. und K. Hauses und des Äussern (page images here at Penn)
D619 .A1 D64 [Info] A Voice in the Wilderness: A Magazine of Sane Radicalism (1917-1920; from a reprint edition), ed. by William J. Robinson (full serial archives)
D619 .A2 1917 [Info] Why We Are at War: Messages to Congress, January to April, 1917, by Woodrow Wilson
D619 .B38 [Info] The United States and the War: Addresses (New York: Pennsylvania Society, 1916), by James M. Beck, ed. by Barr Ferree (page images at HathiTrust)
D619 .C5 [Info] A Traveller in War-Time, With an Essay on the American Contribution and the Democratic Idea, by Winston Churchill
D619 .L651 [Info] Correspondence Between an American and a Relative in Germany: March-June 1915 (attributed to Kahn as "Y"; ca. 1915), by Otto H. Kahn (page images here at Penn)
D619 .L651 [Info] Letters Concerning the War Between an American and a Relative in Germany, March-June 1915 (attributed to Kahn as "Y"; New York: Privately printed, 1917), by Otto H. Kahn (multiple formats at archive.org)
D619 .M65 1919 [Info] The Vanguard of American Volunteers in the Fighting Lines and in Humanitarian Service, August, 1914 - April, 1917 (Scribner's, 1919), by Edwin W. Morse (HTML at BYU)
D619 .N32 [Info] The Following, a United Nation: An Address Delivered by Honorable Charles Nagel Before the Germanistic Society of Chicago on the 29th of February 1916 (Germanistic Society of Chicago pamphlet #16; 1916), by Charles Nagel
D619 .R6 1915 [Info] America and the World War (New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1915), by Theodore Roosevelt
D619 .T9 [Info] Shall It Be Again? (New York: B.W. Huebsch, 1922), by John Kenneth Turner
D619 .U581 [Info] Americanism: Woodrow Wilson's Speeches on The War, Why He Made Them, and What They Have Done (Chicago: The Baldwin syndicate, c1918), by Woodrow Wilson, ed. by Oliver Marble Gale (page images at HathiTrust)
D619.3 .H3 [Info] The I. W. W., an Auxiliary of the German Espionage System: History of the I. W. W. Anti-War Activities, Showing How the I. W. W. Program of Sabotage Inspired the Kaiser's Agents in America (1918), by T. Everett Harré, contrib. by Ralph M. Easley (page images at HathiTrust)

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