World War I: A History in Documents

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Abdul-Hamid II, Sultan, 33
Africa, 13, 15, 16, 35–37, 44–46, 86–88, 141, 147–48
African Americans, 13, 76, 77, 78, 88–90, 91, 134, 147–48
Alexander III, Czar, 132
Alexinsky, Gregor, 29
Alien Restriction Order, 82
Allenby, Edmund, 70–71
Allgemeine Zeitung des Judentums, 41
Allies, 17–18, 44, 51, 53, 64, 68, 70, 86, 95, 141, 142, 149–50
American Socialist Society, 138–39
Angell, Norman, 21–22
Anti-Semitism, 18, 41, 82, 133–35
Anzac (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps), 68–70
Argonne Forest cemetery, 159
Armenians, 11, 97–100, 104
Armistice, 141, 160–61
Arms race, 16, 17, 21
Army, U.S., 90, 128
Art, 12, 106–13
Asia, 15, 16, 36–37
Australia, 68–70
Austria (Austro-Hungarian empire), 11, 14–17, 22–28, 34, 60, 82, 109, 116–18, 141, 142, 143
Avanti, 64
Baeck, Leo, 64
Balfour Declaration, 69, 70
Balkans, 17, 36
“Baptism of fire,” 58, 59
Barbed wire, 57, 60, 67
Battles, 56–63, 68–70, 115
Baudrillart, Alfred, 62–64
Bauer, Max, 131
Bäumer, Gertrud, 71–73
Bean, C. E. W., 68
Beaverbrook, Lord, 107
Belgium, 10–11, 30–33, 49–52, 79, 87, 92–97, 140–41
Bennett, Arnold, 97
Berchtold, Count, 24
Bernhardi, Friedrich von, 18–20, 26
Besaglieri, 64
Bicycles, 46
Bisbee, Arizona, 135–38
Bisbee Workman’s Loyalty League, 136
Bismarck, Otto von, 31
“Blank check,” 24, 26
Blumenfeld, Franz, 48–49
Bolsheviks, 12, 131, 132
Bordeaux, France, 88–90
Bosnia, 22–24, 25, 27
Botchkareva, Maria, 133
Boy Scouts of America, 55
Brazil, 18, 51, 112
Brest-Litovsk, Treaty of, 141
Brion, Hélène, 126
Britain. See Great Britain
Brusilov, Aleksey, 115
Bulgaria, 18
Calumet & Arizona Mining Company, 137
Cameroons, 44
Canteens, 77
Capitalism, 16, 138, 150
Carry On, 151–54
Casualties of war, 13, 58, 81, 125
Catholic Committee of French Propaganda, 62–64
Catholics, 49–51, 62–64, 92, 121–23, 154
Catholic University (Louvain), 92–93
Cavalry, 46
Cavell, Edith, 94, 95, 96
Cemal Pasha, Ahmed, 99–100
Cemeteries, 157–60
Censorship, 112, 131, 137
Central Powers, 17–18, 51, 109
Ceylon (Sri Lanka), 21
Chambers, Charles E., 113
Chicago World’s Fair, 21
Children, 49, 53, 54, 55, 96–97, 98, 99, 118–20
Chile, 51–53
China, 12, 13, 17, 18
Christy, Howard Chandler, 107, 110
Churchill, Winston, 68
Citizens’ Protective League, 136
Civilians, 13, 38–46, 49–55, 71–79, 81, 82, 92–105, 114–15, 116–23, 133–39, 140–41
Civil liberties, 127, 135–39
Clemenceau, Georges, 144, 147
Collins, William, 125
Colonialism, 12, 15–16, 21–22, 35–37, 44–46, 123–25, 142, 147
Committee on Public Information, 107
Communists, 116
Conrad von Hötzendorf, Franz, 24
Conscientious objectors, 125–26, 138
Constantinople, 75
Convoy system, 101
Copper mines, 135–38
Costa Rica, 51
Council of National Defense, 76, 78
Creel, George, 107
Cuba, 18, 51
Czechoslovakia, 12, 142–44
Damascus, 70
Dardanelles strait, 40, 68
Dar-es-Salaam (Tanzania), 45–46
Darwin, Charles, 15
Daylight saving time, 120
Deane, Ada Emma, 155
Denmark, 33, 40
Deportations, 97–100, 135–38
Disease, 58, 118–21
Dorgelès, Roland, 158
Doyle, Arthur Conan, 154–57
Draft, military, 78, 115, 125–26
Drake, Barbara, 73–75
Du Bois, W. E. B., 35–37, 147

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Table of contents

  • 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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