Tags: WORLD War, 1914-1918
- 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.
- Senator Norris opposes U.S. entry into the war. // Senator Norris Opposes U.S. Entry into the War;2009, p1
Presents the text of the periodical `Congressional Record' of April 4, 1917, in which Senator George Norris of Nebraska opposed the United States' entry into World War I. Consequences of entering the war; Infractions upon the rights of neutral nations made by Great Britain; Closing comments.
- World War I, U.S. Participation in the Archangel Expedition. // World War I, U.S. Participation in the Archangel Expedition;2009, p1
Presents the text of a letter written by the United States Secretary of State to the Allied Ambassador's Aide-Memoire in 1918 detailing the policy of the US forces during World War I. Plans for the deployment of American troops; Other measures.
- Reply to John Hussey: The Movement of German Divisions to the Western Front, Winter 1917� 1918. Travers, Tim // War in History;Jul98, Vol. 5 Issue 3
Focuses on the issue of the transfer of German troops from Russia in the 1918 Spring offensives. Disagreements of historians over the issue. Importance of the troops for the success of military operations; Preparation of Germany for World War One.
- Should the World War Veterans' Service Certificates be Paid in Cash? PRO. Garber, M. C. // Congressional Digest;Nov32, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p282
Presents views of the author regarding the payment of the adjusted compensation certificate of veterans of the World War 1914-1918 in the U.S. as of November 1932. Discrimination in wages by the Government of the U.S. between civilians and soldiers; Reason the author supports the demand by...
- For love of country. // Country Living;Mar1989, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p110
Photo essay with text showing patriotic posters from the First World War. Idea of sacrifice.
- GERMAN AMERICANS & WORLD WAR I. Keel, William // Cobblestone;May2001, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p29
Examines the injustices experienced by German Americans in the United States after the declaration of the first World War in 1917.