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Finding aid for the World War I pamphlets collection

Finding aid prepared by Natalie Camacho, 2013 April

Summary Information

Repository
USC Libraries Special Collections
Title
World War I pamphlets collection
Collection no.
0039
Date
circa 1912-1917
Extent
5.4 Linear feet, 9 boxes
Language
English
Abstract
World War I pamphlets, mostly British or American, on military strategy, diplomacy, occupied countries, the home front, economic effects of the war, atrocities, the "clean peace," religion and the war, the navy, war crimes, censorship, speeches by leaders such as H. H. Asquith, David Lloyd George, and Arthur Balfour and some items unrelated to the war.

Preferred Citation

[Box/folder# or item name], World War I pamphlets collection, Collection no. 0039, Special Collections, USC Libraries, University of Southern California

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Scope and Content

This collection consists of pamphlets written during and after the First World War. These pamphlets were published in many of the participating nations, mainly Great Britain. They include information about different aspects of World War I, such as the role of the navies, United States involvement, and diplomacy. Some are works of propaganda. Others are transcripts of speeches by prominent political and military leaders such as H. H. Asquith, David Lloyd George, and Arthur Balfour. While most are in English, several are in French, and a few are in German and Spanish. Some in English are translations of works originally written in other languages. Some pamphlets include information not related to the war.

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Arrangement

The pamphlets are arranged by topic.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

USC Libraries Special Collections
2013 April
Doheny Memorial Library 206
3550 Trousdale Parkway
Los Angeles, California, 90089-0189
213-740-5900
specol@usc.edu

Conditions Governing Access

COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE. Advance notice required for access.

Conditions Governing Use

All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Manuscripts Librarian. Permission for publication is given on behalf of Special Collections as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained.

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Controlled Access Headings

Genre(s)

  • Pamphlets

Personal Name(s)

  • Asquith, H. H., (Herbert Henry), 1852-1928 -- Oratory
  • Balfour, Arthur James Balfour, Earl of, 1848-1930 -- Oratory
  • Lloyd George, David, 1863-1945 -- Oratory

Subject(s)

  • War crimes--Archival resources
  • World War, 1914-1918--Belgium--Archival resources
  • World War, 1914-1918--Censorship--Archival resources
  • World War, 1914-1918--Diplomatic history--Archival resources
  • World War, 1914-1918--Economic aspects--England--Archival resources
  • World War, 1914-1918--Economic aspects--Germany--Archival resources
  • World War, 1914-1918--England--Archival resources
  • World War, 1914-1918--Germany--Archival resources
  • World War, 1914-1918--Naval operations--Archival resources
  • World War, 1914-1918--Religious life--Archival resources
  • World War, 1914-1918--United States--Archival resources

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Collection Inventory

 Alsace-Lorraine 

Box Folder

 Alcase and Lorraine Desire to Remain French 1918 

1 1

 Alsace and Lorraine on the Eve of Deliverance 1918 

1 2

 Alsace-Lorraine: French Land undated 

1 3

 Alsace-Lorraine's Effort 1917 

1 4

 Les Alsaciens sous le Joug Allemand (Charles Wagner) (Alsatians in the German Yoke) 1918 

1 5

 The Annexation of Alsace-Lorraine and its Recovery 1918 

1 6

 L'Annexion de L'Alsace-Lorraine et la Desannexion (The Annexation of Alsace-Lorraine and Disannexation) 1918 

1 7

 The Inviolable Pledge 1918 

1 8

 Present Day Life in Alsace: Both Within and Beyond our Lines undated 

1 9

 Questions D'Alsace-Lorraine 1918 February 15 

1 10

 Questions D'Alsace-Lorraine 1918 March 1 

1 11

 Questions D'Alsace-Lorraine 1918 March 15 

1 12

 Questions D'Alsace-Lorraine 1918 May 1 

1 13

 Questions D'Alsace-Lorraine 1918 June 15 

1 14

 Questions D'Alsace-Lorraine 1918 July 1 

1 15

 Questions D'Alsace-Lorraine 1918 August 

1 16

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 Belgium 

Box Folder

 Administrative Separation: What Belgians in Invaded Belgium Think of It 1918 

1 17

 August the Fourth, 1914 in the Belgian Parliament 1918 

1 18

 Belgian Independence Day: Addresses delivered at Royal Albert Hall (H. H. Asquith) 1916 

1 19

 Belgium And Greece (J. W. Headlam) 1917 

1 20

 Belgium's Effort (Louis Marin) 1917 

1 21

 The Condition of the Belgian Workmen Now Refugees in England 1917 

1 22

 The Destruction of Belgium: Germany's Confession and Avoidance 1916 

1 23

 An Eye-Witness at Louvain 1914 

1 24

 The Germans at Louvain 1916 

1 25

 Memorandum of the Belgian Government on the Deportation and forced Labor of the Belgian Civil Population ordered by The German Government 1917 

1 26

 The Night of August 2-3, 1914, at the Belgian Foreign Office 1916 

1 27

 Scraps of Paper: German Proclamations in Belgium and France 1916 

9 11

 A Signal of Distress from the Belgian Bishops to Public Opinion: The Story of the Belgian Deportations 1916 

1 28

 Through the Iron Bars (Emile Cammaerts) 1917 

1 29

 Truth and Travesty: An Analytical Study of the Belgian Government to the German White Book 1916 

1 30

 Unemployment in Belgium during the German Occupation and Its General Causes 1917 

1 31

 The violation by Germany of the Neutrality of Belgium and Luxemburg 1915 

1 32

 War Documents offered for sale for the benefit of the Asiles Des Soldats Invalides Belges undated 

2 1

 Why Belgium Was Devestated as recorded in Proclamations of the German Commanders in Belgium undated 

2 2

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 End of the War 

Box Folder

 The Bulgarian Peace Treaty: Speeches Delivered in the British Parliament undated 

2 3

 The Coming Victory: A Speech Made by General Smuts on October 4, 1917 (Jan Christiaan Smuts) 1917 

2 4

 Egyptian Delegation to the Peace Conference: Collection of Official Correspondence from November 11, 1918 to July 14, 1919 1919 

2 5

 Frankreichs Ringen um Rhein und Ruhr: Rhein und Ruhr im Versailler Vertrag 1923 

2 6

 How long will it last? 1916 

2 7

 Lafayette Escadrille Memorial undated 

2 8

 A Lasting Peace: A Conversation between X. (a neutral) and Y. (an Englishman) (G. W. Prothero) 1917 

2 9

 The One Condition of Peace (Edward Goschen) 1916 

2 10

 Peace Proposals and the Attitudes of the Allies: Speech by the Prime Minister, The Right Hon. D. Lloyd George, on December 19th, 1916 1916 

2 11

 The Peace Terms of the Allies (J. W. Headlam) 1917 

2 12

 The Polish Corridor, East Prussia and the Peace 1929 

2 13

 War, Peace, and Reconstruction (John S. Chambers) 1918 

2 14

 We the Macedonians 1919 

2 15

 When Will the War End (David Lloyd George) 1917 

2 16

 Why the Allies will Win: An Interview with The Rt. Hon. D. Lloyd George, Minister of Munitions undated 

2 17

 Why Talk Peace When There is No Peace? undated 

9 16

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 Finance/Economics 

Box Folder

 The Economical Consequences of the World War 1914 

2 18

 The Finances of Great Britain and Germany undated 

2 19

 German Business and German Aggression 1917 

2 20

 Germany's Fading Credit undated 

2 21

 Germany's Food Supply (W. J. Ashley) 1916 

2 22

 On the Interallied Debts (Louis Marin) 1925 

2 23

 The Starvation of Germany (J. W. Headlam) 1917 

2 24

 The Straight Path and the Crooked undated 

2 25

 Trade Control in War: Things which the British Government has done well (Robert Donald) 1916 

2 26

 The War Trust Exposed (J. T. Walton Newbold) undated 

2 27

 The World's Largest Loan 1917 

2 28

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 Industry/Labor 

Box Folder

 Argument on the Anti-Injunction Bill before Hon. WM. D. Stephens, Governor of California 1917 

2 29

 British Workshops and the War (Christopher Addison) 1917 

2 30

 Cotton Contraband (Milner) 1915 

2 31

 Economic Germany: "German Industry considered as a factor making for War" 1915 

2 32

 Industrial France and the War undated 

2 33

 The Manufacture of Munitions: An Interview by The Rt. Hon. Christopher Addison, M.P. to the Associated Press of the United States 1916 

2 34

 The Means of Victory: A Speech delivered by The Rt. Hon. Edwin Montagu, M.P. on the 15th August 1916 undated 

2 35

 Soldiers of Labor 1917 

2 36

 The Workers' Resolve: An Interview with W. A. Appleton (Joseph W. Grigg) 1917 

3 1

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 Mail/Censorship 

Box Folder

 Censorship and Trade 1916 

3 2

 The Mails as a German War Weapon: Memorandum of the Censorship of Mails Carried by Neutral Ships 1916 

3 3

 The Press Censorship: Interview given by Sir Edward T. Cook to the Associated Press 1916 

3 4

 Why Mail Censorship is Vital to Britain: An Interview with The Rt. Hon. Lord Robert Cecil, Minister of Blockade, Together with a brief Memorandum on the American Note dealing with the Censorship of Mails, by The Rt. Hon. Sir Maurice de Bunsen, G.C.M.G, &c. 1916 

3 5

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 Naval 

Box Folder

 Black List and Blockade: Interview with The Rt. Hon. Lord Robert Cecil, M.P. in reply to the Swedish Prime Minister 1916 

3 6

 The British Blockade (A. J. Balfour) 1915 

3 7

 The British Blockade: What It Means, How It Works undated 

3 8

 Does the British Navy Take Prisoners? undated 

3 9

 Flying, Submarining and Mine Sweeping 1916 

3 10

 The Freedom of the Seas: Interview given by The Rt. Hon. Arthur J. Balfour, M.P., First Lord of the Admiralty 1916 

3 11

 The Freedom of the Seas 1915 

3 12

 Great Britain's Sea Policy: A Reply to an American Critic, Reprinted from "The Atlantic Monthly" (Gilbert Murray) 1917 

3 13

 If the British Fleet Had Not Moved! 1915 

3 14

 If there were no Navies! 1916 

3 15

 International Law and the Blockade 1916 

3 16

 The Jutland Battle by Two Who Took Part In It 1916 

3 17

 The Law of Blockade 1916 

3 18

 The League of Peace and a Free Sea (Julian Corbett) 1917 

3 19

 A List of Neutral Ships Sunk by the Germans, from August 8, 1914 to April 26, 1917 1917 

3 20

 Mare Liberum: The Freedom of the Seas 1917 

3 21

 Murder at Sea undated 

3 22

 The Murder of Captain Fryatt 1916 

3 23

 Naval Prospecs in 1917 1917 

3 24

 The Navy and the War (August, 1914 to August, 1915) (A. J. Balfour) 1915 

3 25

 Probate Division 1915 

3 26

 Submarines and Zeppelins in Warfare and Outrage 1916 

3 27

 The Triumph of the Fleet (C. F. G. Masterman) 1915 

3 28

 The War on German Submarines (Edward Carson) 1917 

3 29

 The War on Hospital Ships From the Narratives of Eye-witnesses 1917 

3 30

 War on the Wounded! undated 

3 31

 The Zamora (Part Cargo Ex): Report of the Argument Before Lord Parker of Waddington, Lord Sumner, Lord Parmoor, Lord Wrenbury, and Sir Arthur Channell, On the hearing of the Appeal from the judgement of Sir Samuel Evans, in the above Case, and of the Judgement of the Board delivered by Lord Parker undated 

3 32

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 Miscellaneous 

Box Folder

 The Forest: Describing and Illustrating the Recreational and Other Features of the Stanislaus National Forest in Alpine, Calaveras, Mariposa and Tuolomne Counties, California undated 

3 33

 The German Attack on the Hebrew Schools in Palestine 1918 

3 34

 The Great War in Pictures (No. 6) 1915 

3 35

 Here are the Facts about your Hydro-Electric Power System Earnings 1921 

3 36

 Russia's Gift to the World 1915 

3 37

 The Story of Marias Pass (Grace Flandrau) undated 

3 38

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 Religion 

Box Folder

 A Call to the Protestants of Neutral Countries and an Address from Switzerland to the Protestants of France undated 

3 39

 Charity Towards Our Enemies: From a Pastoral Letter by Cardinal Mercier 1917 

3 40

 The Church's Opportunity in the Present Crisis undated 

3 41

 For Our Soldiers!: Address given by His Eminence Cardinal Mercier on the day of the National Fete, July 21st, 1916, at Sainte Gudule, Brussels 1916 

3 42

 La Guerra y el Catolicismo 1915 

3 43

 Der katolische Weltbettag (The Catholic World Prayer) 1915 

4 1

 Tithing and Tithing Reminiscences 1915 

4 2

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 United States Involvement 

Box Folder

 America and the Allies: Address given by The Hon. James M. Beck, at a Meeting of the Pilgrims, On Wednesday July 5th, 1916, at the Savoy Hotel Lobby 1916 

4 3

 America's Way to the War in France: A Great French Railroad: Chemin de Fer de Paris a Orleans 1917 

4 4

 Les Grandes Figures de L'Entente: President Wilson 1918 

4 5

 Hanford L. Gordon 1915 

4 6

 More "Contemptibles" undated 

4 7

 Open Letter to the People of the United States 1929 

4 8

 The Union of Two Great Peoples: A Speech by W. H. Page, LL.D., American Ambassador to England, Delivered at Plymouth, August 4th, 1917 1917 

4 9

 The United States and the War (Gilbert Murray) 1916 

4 10

 The United States and this War: A Word in Season, Speech delivered by Sir Gilbert Parker, M.P., to the Pilgrims' Society, at the Savoy Hotel, London, on the 15th April 1915, on the Occasion of the 50th Anniversary of the Death of Abraham Lincoln 1915 

4 11

 An Urgent Appeal to the Generous Public of the United States Addressed on behalf of the British Prisoners of War in Germany undated 

9 17

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 War Crimes 

Box Folder

 Austro-Magyar Judicial Crimes: Persecutions of the Jugoslavs, Political Trials, 1908-1916 undated 

4 12

 A Dishonoured Army: German Atrocities in France: with Unpublished Records (J. H. Morgan) 1915 

4 13

 German Atrocities from German Evidence (Joseph Bedier) 1915 

4 14

 German Atrocities in France: A Translation of the Official Report of the French Commission 1915 

4 15

 The Horrors of Aleppo: Seen by a German Eyewitness (A word to Germany's Accredited Representatives by Dr. Martin Niepage, Higher Grade Teacher in the German Technical School at Aleppo, at present in Wernigerode.) undated 

4 16

 How Austria Hungary waged war in Serbia: Personal Investigations of a Neutral (R.-A. Reiss) 1915 

4 17

 How Germany seeks to justify her atrocities (Joseph Bedier) 1915 

4 18

 An Incident of War: "By Order of the Kaiser" 1916 

4 19

 Martyred Armenia (Fa'iz El-Ghusein) 1917 

4 20

 "The Murderous Tyranny of the Turks" (Arnold J. Toynbee) 1917 

4 21

 "The Murderous Tyranny of the Turks" (Arnold J. Toynbee) 1917 

4 22

 Les Premiere Violations du Droit des Gens par l'Allemagne 1917 

4 23

 Response: Atrocites Bulgares en Macedoine 1913 

4 24

 Slavery in Europe: A Letter to Neutral Governments from the Anti-Slavery Society 1917 

4 25

 Their Crimes 1917 

4 26

 Les Violences Allemandes a l'Encontre des Non-Combattants 1917 

4 27

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 Warfare, Diplomacy, and Political Theory 

Box Folder

 After Twelve Months of War (C. F. G. Masterman) 1915 

4 28

 Agreement Between the British and Ottoman Governments Respecting Prisoners of War and Civilians 1918 

9 2

 Les Allemands A Lille et dans le Nord de la France 1916 

4 29

 L'Alliance Italienne undated 

4 30

 An Appeal to Truth: A letter addressed by Cardinal Mercier, Archbishop pf Malines, and the Bishops of Belgium, to the Cardinals, Archbishops, and Bishops of Germany, Bavaria, and Austria-Hungary undated 

4 31

 An Atlas of the World War undated 

9 3

 The Attitude of Great Britain in the Present War (James Bryce) 1916 

4 32

 Britain and the Small Nations: Her Principles and Her Policy (Edward Cook) undated 

5 1

 Britain and Turkey: The Causes of the Rupture (Edward Cook) 1914 

5 2

 Britain's Case Against Germany: A Letter to a Neutral 1917 

5 3

 The British Commonwealth of Nations: A Speech Made by General Smuts, On May, 15th, 1917 1917 

5 4

 British Prevarication (Carl Peters) 1915 

5 5

 The British Share in the War (H. A. L. Fisher) 1915 

5 6

 British War Aims: Statement by the Prime Minister, The Right Honourable David Lloyd George, on January 5, 1918 1918 

5 7

 The British Workman Defends His Home 1917 

5 8

 Canada's Effort 1917 

5 9

 Canada's Part in the Great War 1919 

5 10

 Canada to Ireland 1917 

5 11

 Le Caporalisme Allemand undated 

5 12

 The Care of the Dead 1916 

5 13

 The Case of Bohemia (Lewis B. Namier) 1917 

5 14

 The Case of the Allies: Being the Replies to President Wilson and Mr. Balfour's Despatch 1917 

5 15

 Catalogue du Fonds de la Guerre 1917 

5 16

 Ce que la Guerre exige de la Democratie francaise 1918 

5 17

 The Character of the British Empire 1917 

5 18

 The Chicago Daily Tribune, 17 September 1914 

9 4

 Chivalrous England 1916 

5 19

 Le Coeur de la France en Guerre 1918 

5 20

 Color-Blind Neutrality: An Open Letter to Doctor Georges Brandes 1916 

5 21

 The Commemorative Medal in the Service of Germany 1917 

5 22

 Comment les Polonais comprennent leur liberte 1916 

5 23

 Correspondence with the Netherlands Government respecting the Requisitioning of Dutch Ships by the Associated Governments 1918 

9 5

 Current Misconceptions about the War 1915 

5 24

 Dans les Camps de Represailles undated 

5 25

 The Dawn of Armageddon, or "The Provocation by Serbia" (vide German Note to Neutrals, Jan. 11, 1917) 1917 

5 26

 Declaration of the Bohemian (Czech) Foreign Committee (T. G. Masaryk) undated 

5 27

 La Democratie americaine 1918 

5 28

 Le Dernier Piege undated 

5 29

 The Destruction of Poland (Arnold J. Toynbee) undated 

5 30

 Les Devastations dans les Regions Envahies undated 

5 31

 Disclosures of a German Staff Officer: The Letter of Paul Ehrhardt, Merchant, Soldier, and Spy, With Fascimiles of his Handwriting 1918 

5 32

 The Dismemberment of Upper Silesia 1929 

5 33

 Dispatches from His Majesty's Ambassador in Berlin, Respecting an Official German Organisation for Influencing the Press of Other Countries 1914 

5 34

 Die dritte deutsche Kriegsanleihe undated 

5 35

 L'Effort Militaire de la France undated 

5 36

 England a Destroyer of Nations 1915 

5 37

 England and Her Critics 1917 

5 38

 England's perfidy exposed by Americans 1914 

5 39

 English and German Methods Contrasted: An Address Delivered at the Opening Meeting of the 162nd Session of the Royal Society of Arts on the 17th November, 1915 1916 

5 40

 Erklarung der Hochschuller des Duetschen Reiches (Declaration of the professors of the Universities and Technical Colleges of the German Empire) 1914 

6 1

 L'espirit de Conquete (Benjamin Constant) 1918 

6 2

 The European War: Reply to the Appeal of German Theologians 1914 

9 6

 European War: Report of a Speech by the Rt. Hon. Sir Edward Grey (Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs) in the House of Commons on the 3rd August, 1914 undated 

6 3

 European War: Report of a Speech by the Rt. Hon. H. H. Asquith (Prime Minister) in the House of Commons on the 6th August, 1914 undated 

6 4

 European War: Report of Speeches by the Rt. Hon. H. H. Asquith (Prime Minister) and the Rt. Hon. A. Bonar Law (Leader of the Opposition) at the Guildhall, London, on the 4th September, 1914 undated 

6 5

 The Events of July 1914 undated 

6 6

 Fiume and D'Annunzio: A Lecture Given on November 4th, in Paris, France undated 

6 7

 The Fourth of July in London undated 

6 8

 Fourth Supplement to The London Gazette of Tuesday, the 2nd of April, 1918 1918 

9 7

 La Francaise dans la Guerre undated 

6 9

 Frankreichs Ringen um Rhein und Ruhr: (1) Die "geschichtlichen Anspruche" der dritten Republik undated 

6 10

 Frankreichs Ringen um Rhein und Ruhr: (4) Frankreichs Militarismus im "altbesezten" Deutschland 1923 

6 11

 Der franzosische Bolschewismus im Ruhrgebiet undated 

6 12

 A Free Europe: Being an Interview with The Rt. Hon. Sir Edward Grey, Bart., K. G., British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs 1916 

6 13

 A Free Future for the World: A Speech by The Rt. Hon. H. H. Asquith, Prime Minister, at the Guildhall, on the 9th November, 1916 1916 

6 14

 The French in Syria 1928 

6 15

 Frightfulness in Retreat 1917 

6 16

 The Future of India: Presidential Address to the Indian National Congress by Sir S. P. Sinha on the 27th December, 1915 1916 

6 17

 The Gathering of the Clans: How the British Dominions and Dependencies have helped in the War 1916 

6 18

 General Von Bissing's Testament: A Study in German Ideals undated 

6 19

 The German Note and the Reply of the Allies 1917 

6 20

 German Prisoners in Great Britain undated 

6 21

 The Germans and the Small Nations: An Interview with Lord French 1917 

6 22

 The Germans on the Somme (Philip Gibbs) 1917 

6 23

 German theory and the practice of war 1915 

6 24

 German Truth and A Matter of Fact 1917 

6 25

 Germany in Science: The German Claim to Scientific Leadership Refuted 1917 

6 26

 Germany's Move and Britain's Answer: Speech by The Rt. Hon. Earl Curzon of Kedelston on December 19th, 1916 1916 

6 27

 Great Britain's Measures Against German Trade: A Speech delivered by The Rt. Hon. Sir E. Grey, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, in the House of Commons, on the 26th January, 1916 1916 

6 28

 Greater Rumania: A Study in National Ideals 1917 

6 29

 How Britain Strove for Peace: A Record Anglo-German Negotiations, 1898-1914 1914 

6 30

 How Do We Stand To-Day?: a speech delivered by The Rt. Hon. H. H. Asquith, Prime Minister, in the House of Commons, on the 2nd November, 1915 1915 

6 31

 Hungary and the War 1915 

6 32

 Ireland and Poland: A Comparison 1917 

6 33

 Is England Apathetic?: A Reply (Gilbert Parker) 1915 

6 34

 Italien 1915 

6 35

 Italy Our Ally: Being an Account of the Visit to Italy of the Right Hon. H. H. Asquith, M. P., Prime Minister of Great Britain 1916 

6 36

 Japan to Her Allies: A Message of Practical Sympathy from the Japan Association for Aiding the Sick and Wounded Soliders and Others Suffering from War in the Allied Countries 1917 

6 37

 Japanese Posters undated 

9 18

 Juges par Eux-Memes: Paroles allemandes 1916 

6 38

 The Justice of Rumania's Cause 1917 

7 1

 The King of Hedjaz and Arab Independence, with a Fascimile of the Proclamation of June 27, 1916. Together with the Proclamation issued at Baghdad y Lieut.-General Sir Stanley Maude, after the occupation of that city by the British Forces 1917 

7 2

 Der kommende Krieg: Ubersetzung von La Guerre qui vient von Francis Delaisi, erschienen in Paris im Mai 1911 1915 

7 3

 Letter (J. E. Noegarth) 1915 

9 8

 Loyal India: An interview with Lord Hardinge of Penhurst, G.C.B., G.M.S.I., G.M.I.E., &c., &c. Ex-Viceroy and Governor-General of India 1916 

7 4

 Der Mainzer Kriegsgerichts-prozess gegen die rheinish-westfalischen Bergwerksvertreter 1923 

7 5

 La Maison des Nations 1920 

7 6

 Le Memoire Lichnowsky et les Documents Muehlon 1918 

7 7

 Memoria y Documentos relacionados con la guerra entre Alemania y Rusia: Publicacion oficial 1915 

7 8

 Le Mensonge Autrichen: L'Incident Clemenceau-Czernin 1918 

7 9

 Mercy-Workers of the War: An Interview with The Hon. Arthur Stanley, C.B., M.P., Chairman of the British Red Cross Society 1916 

7 10

 Microbe-Culture at Bukarest: Discoveries at the German Legation From Rumanian Legal Documents 1917 

7 11

 The Military and Financial Effort of Italy During the War, According to the figures supplied by: the General Staffs of the Army + Navy, the Treasury, the Ministry of Transports 1919 

7 12

 Modern War: Its Psychology and Economics (Norman Angell) undated 

7 13

 Modern Wars and the Peace Ideal undated 

7 14

 Monsieur Segotin's Story 1917 

7 15

 Moral Aspects of the European War: A Lecture delivered under the auspices of the Nucleu de Propaganda Pro-Alliados at the Academia de Estudos Livres on the 13th May, 1917, by Henrique Lopes de Mendinca, Associate Academia das Sciencias de Lisboa 1917 

7 16

 The Moral Basis of Italy's War 1917 

7 17

 Mr. Redmond's Visit to the Front 1916 

7 18

 Notre Erreur sur la France undated 

7 19

 L'Opinion Publique Mexicaine et la Guerre europeene 1916 

7 20

 Les Origines et le Sens de la Grande Guerre undated 

7 21

 Ou sont les responsabilites morales de la Grande Guerre? 1925 

7 22

 Pages Roumaines (Nicolas Jorga) 1918 

7 23

 La Paix Allemande et la Question de Briey-Longwy 1918 

7 24

 Parliament's Vote of Thanks to the Forces: Speeches Delivered in the Houses of Parliament, Westminster, on October 29, 1917 1917 

7 25

 Plain Speaking: Reasons for the Military Intervention of Portugal in the European War 1917 

7 26

 Poland Under the Germans 1917 

7 27

 The Policy of National Instinct: A speech delivered by M. Take Jonesco in the Roumanian Chamber of Deputies during the sitting of the 16th & 17th of December, 1915 1916 

7 28

 The Policy of Poincare and of the British Foreign Office 1924 

7 29

 The Polish Colors on the French Front 1918 

7 30

 The Political Aims of the British Empire in the War: A Statement Addressed to the United States of America, Drawn Up by the Sub-Committee on Relations with America, and Adopted and Issued by the Committee for Promoting and Intellectual Entente 1918 

7 31

 Politics and National Defense: Address Delivered before the Section on Social and Economic Science of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Columbus, Ohio, December 30th, 1915 1916 

7 32

 Les Prisonniers Allemands au Maroc: La Campagne de Diffamation Allemande, Le Jugement Porte par les Neutres, Le Temoignage des Prisonniers Allemands 1917 

7 33

 Prussian Militarism at Work: A Letter by The Right Rev. Dr. Cleary, Roman Catholic Bishop of Auckland, New Zealand 1917 

7 34

 Reception in Paris of the Irish Members of Parliament by the French Deputies 1915 

7 35

 The Reception of Wounded Prisoner Soldiers of Great Britain and Switzerland 1916 

7 36

 Report on the Treatment by the Enemy of British Prisoners of War behind the Firing Lines in France and Belgium 1918 

9 9

 Response des professeurs de l'Universite Imperiale de Saint-Vladimir a l' "Adresse aux Nations civilisees" signee par 93 savants et ecrivains allemands au sujet de la guerre actuelle undated 

8 1

 The Responsibility: Germany Willed the War(E. Denis) 1918 

8 2

 Russia and Her Allies: Extract from the Verbatim Report of the Imperial Duma, IVth Session, 16th Sitting 1917 

8 3

 Les Sciences Juridiques et Poltiques 1915 

8 4

 "The Scrap of Paper": German Chancellor's Explanation and Great Britain's Reply undated 

9 10

 Search-Lights on the War 1915 

8 5

 Shirking the Issue: A Letter to George Brandes (William Archer) 1917 

8 6

 The "Sincere Chancellor" 1917 

8 7

 Six of One and Half-a-Dozen of the Other: A Letter to Mr. L. Simons of the Hague (William Archer) 1917 

8 8

 The Slavs Among the Nations 1916 

8 9

 Le Socialisme Autrichien et la Guerre: Les socialistes tcheco-slovaques et le demembrement de l'Autrichie-Hongrie 1915 

8 10

 Some American Opinions on the Indian Empire: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, Franklin E. Jeffreys, Admiral Goodrich, James Mascarene Hubbard, John P. Jones, and others undated 

8 11

 Some Facts about India: Interviews with Lord Islington during Novmeber , 1916 1917 

8 12

 The Soul of France: Visits to Invaded Districts (Maurice Barres) 1916 

8 13

 Speech of His Excellency Antonio Salandra in the Capitol of Rome, June 2, 1915, in Reply to the Emperor of Austria the German Chancellor 1915 

8 14

 A Suspect Manifesto and a Neutral Expert undated 

8 15

 Supplement to The London Gazette of Friday, the 21st of July, 1916 1916 

9 12

 Supplement to The London Gazette of Friday, the 29th of December, 1916 1916 

9 13

 Third Supplement to the London Gazette of Tuesday, the 4th of July, 1916 1916 

9 14

 To Neutral Peace-Lovers: A Plea for Patience (Willliam Archer) 1916 

8 16

 To the Men Behind the Armies: An Address delivered on February 18, 1970, at the Aeolian Hall, a meeting of the Fight for Right Movement (Emile Cammaerts) 1917 

8 17

 Trois Peripeties dans la Crise Mondiale 1917 

8 18

 Les Troupes de Couleur a la Guerre undated 

8 19

 The True and False Pacifism 1917 

8 20

 Truh and Facts about the War/Der Freiheitskamps der Deutschen Nation (Karl Halm) undated 

8 21

 The Unholy War on Germany 1915 

8 22

 The Unholy War on Germany undated 

8 23

 United States of Germany (J. W. Burgess) undated 

9 15

 The Villain of the World-Tragedy: A Letter to Professor Ulrich V. Wilamowitz Mollendorf (William Archer) 1917 

8 24

 La vraie "Carte de guerre" 1918 

8 25

 The War: Its Causes and Its Message, Speeches delivered by the Prime Minister, August-October 1914 1914 

8 26

 A War of Liberation 1917 

8 27

 The War: What is England Doing? 1916 

8 28

 The Welfare of Egypt 1917 

8 29

 What is Britain Fighting For: A Reply to the German Chancellor, A Speech by The Rt. Hon. H. H. Asquith, Prime Minister, On the 10th April, 1916 1916 

8 30

 What is Great Britain Doing?: An American View 1916 

8 31

 What is the Matter With England?: Criticism and a Reply (Gilbert Parker) 1915 

8 32

 What Shall We Say?: (LXVIII) No Ultimatum in Diplomacy (David Starr Jordan) 1915 

8 33

 What Shall We Say?: (LXX) The Armament Problem (David Starr Jordan) 1915 

8 34

 What Shall We Say?: (LXXI) The Two Germanies (David Starr Jordan) 1915 

8 35

 What Shall We Say?: (LXXIII) Four German Letters (David Starr Jordan) 1915 

8 36

 Why Britain is at War: The Causes and the Issues, Set out, in brief form, from the Diplomatic Correspondence and Speeches of Ministers (Edward Cook) 1914 

8 37

 Why Britain is in the War and What She Hopes From the Future: A Speech by The Rt. Hon. Viscount Grey of Fallodon, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Addressed to the Representatives of the Foreign Press in London, on the 23rd October, 1916 1916 

8 38

 Why Italy is with the Allies (Anthony Hope) 1917 

8 39

 Why the War Cannot Be Final: Its true and only cause. The only way to obtain finality in armaments and war. The deciding factor for peace and war. The eternal enemy. Empires and Expansion. Etc., Etc. 1915 

8 40

 Why We are at War: Great Britain's Case 1914 

9 1

 The Work of France in the Cameroons 1939 

8 41

 Wounded (Arnold Bennett) 1915 

8 42

 1815-1915: From the Congress of Vienna to the War of 1914 1915 

8 43

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