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- Black Sailors on Red Clydeside: Rioting, Reactionary Trade Unionism and Conflicting Notions of 'Britishness' Following the First World War. // Twentieth Century British History;Jan2008, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p29
The riot at Glasgow harbour in January 1919 was the first in a wave of rioting around Britains ports in 1919. Violence was triggered by increased job competition in the merchant navy at the end of the war. Seamens unions fuelled animosity between competing groups as they sought to protect white...
- American Library Association Library War Service. // American Libraries;Jan2006, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p45
The article provides information on the War Service Library program launched by the American Library Association (ALA) during the World War I in the U.S. The program was launched by ALA for soldiers and sailors during the war. Moreover, the program includes operating camps and hospital libraries...
- 'Odysseus from the Outback': Fredy Neptune in German and Its Critical Reception. Petersson, Irmtraud // Australian Literary Studies;2005, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p1
Friedrich Boettcher, alias Fredy Neptune, the Australian sailor of German immigrant background, witnesses the Turkish atrocities against the Armenians during the First World War. The shock of his life comes when he sees a group of women being burned alive. He realises that he has lost his...
- CANADA'S "Lsdy Ships" AND THE MAPLE LEAF SEAMEN. McClaren, Robert T. // Sea Classics;Jun2010, Vol. 43 Issue 6, p46
The article discusses the steel ships that the Canadian industry had produced at the start of World War I. It states that there were 94 ships built after the war and 60 Great Lakers were put into active service. Seamens from Canada were encouraged to join the manning pools rather than shipping...
- The Sailor's War, 1914-18 (Book). Scheck, George F.; Fletcher, Janet; Fialkoff, Francine; Schwarzer, Anneliese; Sutton, Judith; Cameron, Janet // Library Journal;3/1/1986, Vol. 111 Issue 4, p95
Reviews the book 'The Sailor's War, 1914-18,' by Peter H. Liddle, with foreword by Charles Hughes Hallett.
- False alarms in London. // New Statesman & Society;8/2/91, Vol. 4 Issue 162, Special War Issue p18
Reprints an editorial from the October 6, 1917 issue of `New Statesman.' Bombing raids and casualties; Harm done by the press in creating civilian panic; Prospects for the following year; Conditions of night raiding; Anti-aircraft guns; More.
- Guts and glory. // Scholastic Update;12/06/96, Vol. 129 Issue 7, p18
Comments on the First World War and the participation of American citizens. How the American youth viewed the war; Listing of some of the tasks performed by American soldiers during the war; Information on the war before and after the official entry of the United States.
- World War One: The crisis in European history the role of the military historian. Howard, Michael // Journal of Military History;Oct93, Vol. 57 Issue 5, p127
Analyzes the military and general history of the First World War. Episodes and turning points of the war; Operational strategies of military leaders.
- Editor's letter. Ross, Alasdair // History Scotland Magazine;Nov/Dec2010, Vol. 10 Issue 6, p4
The article introduces the issue of the journal and discusses the role of Scotland in the Great War.