World War I: A History in Documents

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19–20: Friedrich von Bernhardi, Germany and the Next War (London: Edward Arnold, 1912), trans. Allen H. Powles, 10–13, 101–3.

21–22: Norman Angell, The Great Illusion: A Study of the Relationship of Military Power to National Advantage (London: William Heinemann, 1914), vii–x.

23–24: New York Times, June 29, 1914.

25–26: Reprinted in Charles F. Horne, ed., Great Events of the Great War (New York: The National Alumni, 1920), 7 volumes, I:285–89.

27–28: The German White Book: Documents Anent the Outbreak of the European War. Issued by the German Government; authorized edition for America (The Fatherland Weekly, 1915), 4–7.

29–30: Gregor Alexinsky, Russia and the Great War (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1915), 105–9.

31–33: House of Commons Parliamentary Debates (August 3, 1914), cols. 1809–10, 1815–18, 1822–23.

34–35: As reprinted in Ahmed Emin, Turkey in the World War (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1930), 174–77.

36–37: W. E. B. Du Bois, “The African Roots of War,” Atlantic Monthly (May 1915), 707–14.

41–42: Ludwig Geiger, “Der Krieg und die Juden,” Allgemeine Zeitung des Judentums, August 21, 1914.

42–44: Caroline Spurgeon, The Privilege of Living in War-Time: An Inaugural Address to King’s College for Women (London: University of London, 1914), 4–5, 10–11.

44–46: Ada Schnee, Meine Erlebnisse während der Kriegszeit in Deutsch-Ostafrika (Leipzig: Verlag Quelle und Meyer, 1918), 9–21.

47–48: René Nicolas, Campaign Diary of a French Officer (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1917), 1–2, 13, 31–32.

48–49: A. F. Wedd, ed., German Students’ War Letters (London: Methuen, 1929), 17–21.

50–51: Pastoral Letter of His Eminence Cardinal Mercier, Christmas 1914 (London: Burns & Oates, 1915), 2–4, 16–19, 24–25.

51–53: Carlos Silva Vildósola, Chile and the War (Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1917), 11–12, 15–16.

54–55: Letter Written by the Fatherless Children of France to Their American Godparents (Chicago: Allied Bazaar Committee, 1917), 33–35.

55: Elsie Clews Parsons, “War Increases Toy Soldier Sales,” New York Times Magazine, April 4, 1915, 13.

59–62: Donald Hankey, A Student in Arms (London: Andrew Melrose, 1916), 235, 251–53.

62–64: Alfred Baudrillart, The German War and Catholicism (Paris: Bloud and Gay, 1915), 168 –77.

64–66: Benito Mussolini, My Diary, 1915–17 (Boston: Small, Maynard, 1925), trans. Rita Wellman, 59–60, 65–69, 115–17, 172–73.

67–68: “Ten German Pioneers,” B. E. F. Times (April 10, 1917).

68–70: Kevin Fewster, ed., Gallipoli Correspondent: The Front Line Diary of C. E. W. Bean (London: Allen & Unwin, 1983), 29–30, 75, 77, 81–83, 156–58.

71: Charles F. Horne, ed., Great Events of the Great War (New York: The National Alumni, 1920), 7 vols., V: 393–94, 398–99, 408–9.

72–73: Gertrud Bäumer, Der Krieg und die Frau (Stuttgart and Berlin: Deutsche Verlags Anstalt, 1914).

73–75: Barbara Drake, Women in the Engineering Trades (London: George Allen & Unwin, 1917), 42–43, 57, 71–73.

75–76: Ahmed Emin, Turkey in the World War (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1930), 235–38.

76–78: Alice Dunbar-Nelson, “Negro Women in War Work,” in Emmett Scott, Scott’s Official History of the American Negro in the World War (Chicago: Homewood Press, 1919), 374–78, 381, 394–96.

78–79: Extending the Right of Suffrage to Women: Hearings before the Committee on Woman Suffrage, House of Representatives on H.J. Res. 200 (Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1918), 3–10.

83: Letter of November 3, 1914, by Queensferry internees to the American ambassador in London, Chandler P. Anderson Papers (The Library of Congress, Box 30).

85–86: Daniel McCarthy, The Prisoner of War in Germany (New York: Moffat, Yard, 1917), 45–48.

86–87: German Foreign Office, Employment, Contrary to International Law, of Colored Troops upon the European Arena of War by England and France (Berlin: German Foreign Office, 1915), 3–4.

87–88: Sir Harry Johnston, The Black Man’s Part in the War (London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., 1917), 46–47.

88–90: Addy Hunton and Kathryn Johnson, Two Colored Women with the American Expeditionary Forces (Brooklyn: Brooklyn Eagle Press, 1920), 15–16, 26–32.

90–92: Clarence Yoakum and Robert Yerkes, Army Mental Tests (New York: Henry Holt, 1931), 208–9.

93–94: Charles F. Horne, The Great Events of the Great War (New York: The National Alumni, 1923), 7 vols., II: 166, 169.

95–96: Brand Whitlock, Belgium: A Personal Narrative (New York: D. Appleton, 1919), 2 vols., II: 84–85, 90, 94–97, 137–38.

96–97: “Europe’s ‘War Baby’ Problem,” New York Times Magazine, May 23, 1915.

98–99: Germany, Turkey and Armenia: A Selection of Documentary Evidence Relating to the Armenian Atrocities from German and Other Sources (London: J. J. Keliher, 1917), 30–34.

99–100: Pasha Djemal, Memories of a Turkish Statesman, 1913–1919 (New York: George H. Doran, 1922), 277–81.

102: New York Times (May 8, 1915).

103–4: Report Made to the Secretary of State for the Home Department by the Certificates of Naturalization (Revocation) Committee in the Case of Sir Edgar Speyer [British Parliamentary Papers, Cmd. 1569 (1922)].

105: American Loyalty by Citizens of German Descent (Washington, D.C.: Committee on Public Information, 1917), 5–6.

117–18: Anna Eisenmenger, Blockade: The Diary of an Austrian Middle-Class Woman, 1914–1924 (New York: Ray Long & Richard R. Smith, 1932), 62–69.

119: Lina Richter, Family Life in Germany under the Blockade (London: National Labor Press, 1919), 25–30.

120: James Alexander Miller, “Tuberculosis among European Nations at War,” American Review of Tuberculosis (August 1919), 343–47, 350–51, 353.

122–23: Avelino de Almeida, “O Milagre de Fátima,” Ilustraçao Portugueza (October 29, 1917), 353–56.

123–25: India’s ‘Loyalty’ to England (n.p.: Indian National Party, 1915), 5–12.

126: “Pro Patria,” Tribunal (September 27, 1917).

127–29: Report of the War Office Committee of Enquiry into ‘Shell-Shock’ (British Parliamentary Papers, 1922), Cmd. 1734, 138–41.

129–31: General Philippe Pétain, A Crisis of Morale in the French Nation at War (1926), reprinted in Sir Edward Spears, Two Men Who Saved France: Pétain and DeGaulle (London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1966), 69, 72–79, 86.

132–33: As reprinted in Charles F. Horne, ed., Great Events of the Great War (New York: The National Alumni, 1920), 7 vols., V: 247–48.

134–35: “Anti-Jewish Riots in Leeds,” Jewish Chronicle (June 8, 1917).

136–38: Report on the Bisbee Deportations Made by the President’s Mediation Commission, November 6, 1917 (Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1918), 3–6.

138–39: The Trial of Scott Nearing and the American Socialist Society (New York: Rand School of Social Science, 1920), 183, 194–95, 202–5, 208–10.

143–44: Thomas Masaryk, The Making of a State: Memories and Observations, 1914–1918 (New York: Frederick Stokes, 1927), 33, 58–59, 372–77, 411.

145–46: Charles F. Horne, ed., Great Events of the Great War (New York: The National Alumni, 1920), 7 vols., VII: 37–43.

147–49: “Why Not Think in Advance?” West Africa (June 28, 1919).

149–51: John Maynard Keynes, The Economic Consequences of the Peace (New York: Harcourt Brace & Howe, 1920), 115, 146–47, 151–53, 235–37.

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  • World War I - A History in Documents 3
  • Contents 5
  • What Is a Document? 6
  • How to Read a Document 8
  • Introduction - The Great War 11
  • Chapter One - Into the Abyss 15
  • Chapter Two - Adjusting to War 39
  • Chapter Three - Meeting the Challenge 57
  • Chapter Four - War Without Mercy 81
  • Chapter Five: Picture Essay - Advertising the War 107
  • Chapter Six - Strains 115
  • Chapter Seven - Coming to Terms 141
  • Timeline 162
  • Further Reading 164
  • Websites 166
  • Text Credits 167
  • Picture Credits 169
  • Index 171
  • Acknowledgments 175
  • About the Authors 176
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