Alphabetically arranged by name of memoir writer (if available) or by title keyword(s):
of the American Field Service in France, 1914-1917, Told by its
Members.New York and Boston: Houghton Mifflin. 1920.
In Memoriam - The Last Anzacs
Arizona's War Dead: WWI, WWII,
Korea, Vietnam, Southwest Asia The Arizona Republic,
31 May 1999
Armistice à Cap Pelé
- en français) -
Olga Bing. Gestes
d'Infirmières, Croquis 1916-1917. Paris: Léon Marotte, 1917.
- en français) -
British & German rations.
1914 & 1916
Leslie Buswell. With
the American Ambulance Field Service in France. Personal Letters
of a Driver at the Front. Boston,1916.
CEF: Canadian Troop Strength in
Harold Chapin. Soldier
and Dramatist . 1916
Edward E. Cummings. An Enormous Room. New York: Boni & Liveright, 1922.
Marine Flyer in France:
The Diary of Capt. Alfred A. Cunningham. November 1917 - January
Kirkland H. Day. Camion
Cartoons. Boston: Marshall Jones, 1919.
Declarations of War. Dates
of war declarations by country.
of Section Eight. Privately printed, 1917.
Sherwood Eddy. With
Our Soldiers in France. New York, 1917.
Fred A. Farrell. The 51st (Highland) Division
- War Sketches,
of France. The Field Service of the American Ambulance, described
by its members. Boston, 1916.
Ruth Gaines. A
Village in Picardy. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1918.
The work of the Smith College Relief Unit in the Somme.
Ruth Gaines. Helping France. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1919. The Red Cross in the Devastated Area.
James W. Gerard. Face to Face with Kaiserism. New York: George H. Doran, 1918.
James W. Gerard. [American Ambassador to Germany] My
Four Years in Germany. New York: George H. Doran, 1917.
Hugh Gibson. A
Journal from Our Legation in Belgium. New York: Doubleday Page, 1917.
Anonymous. Translated by J. Koettgen. A German Deserter's War Experience. New York, 1917.
German Verse from the Trenches - auf Deutsch -
The War With Germany:
A Statistical Summary. GPO, 1919
Un veteran se rapelle: Gould Interview
- en français -
Donald Hankey. A
Student in Arms. New York: Dutton, 1917
Col J. Bentley Mott. Myron T. Herrick, Friend of France. Garden City, NY: Doubleday Doran, 1929. [Herrick was American Ambassador to France at the
beginning of the War].
Charlotte Kellogg. Women of Belgium.
New York: Funk and Wagnalls, 1917.
Fritz Kreisler. Four
Weeks in the Trenches. The War Story of a Violinist. New York, 1915.
Claude Léger. Le 165e Bataillon d'Infanterie d'Outremer - en français -
Robin P. Noppen, ed. Joseph Lesage. Histoire d'un soldat
2002. French, English and Dutch web versions.
L.C. McCollum. History
and Rhymes of the Lost Battalion. 1918.
Patrick MacGill. The
Patrick MacGill. Soldier Songs of World War I.
Diary of Robert Lindsay Mackay.Covering the years 1915-1918, day-by-day!
The American Relief Clearing House. Its Work in the Great War.Paris: Herbert Clarke, 1922.
James Oakleaf. Some Notes on the 108th
Burton J. Hendrick. The
Life and Letters of Walter H. Page. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1923. [Page was American Ambassador to Great Britain].
Maurice Paléologue. [Last French Ambassador to the
Russian Court]. An
Ambassador's Memoirs. New York, 1925.
Diary of Thomas Reginald Part: An Australian Soldier Who
Fought at Gallipoli and in France before being killed.
Lettres du front d'Athanase Poirier. - en français -
Frederick A. Pottle. Stretchers New Haven,1929.
G. Ward Price. The
Story of the Salonica Army. New York: Edward J. Clode, 1918.
R.P. Joseph Raymond. Froc
et Epée. 1916 - en français -
William Hard. Raymond Robins' Own Story. New York, 1920.
James Rennell Rodd. [British Ambassador to Italy before and
during the Great War]. Social
and Diplomatic Memories. Third Series. 1902-1919. London, 1925.
Testimony before the 102nd US Congress, November 1991, concerning the AEF experience in Russia at the end of the Great War and the possible abandonment of American POWs.
William Schira. Personal Diary. 1919.
Alan Seeger. Letters and Diary 1917.
Alan Seeeger. Poems.
Henry Sheehan. A
Volunteer Poilu. Boston, 1916.
James T. Shotwell. At the Paris
Peace Conference.(1937 - Appendices IV-VII - Extracts)
The Smith College/Sophia Smith Archives
of World War I
Harry L. Smith.
Memoirs of an Ambulance Company Officer.Rochester, Minn.: Doomsday Press, 1940.
Events, Commemorations and Accounts of the Somme
The 80th Anniversary, 1 July 1916 - 1 July 1996.
Cecil Sommers. Temporary Crusaders. London, 1919.
Clair Stanley. In Memoriam, The
Great War: 1997.
William Yorke Stevenson. At The Front In A Flivver. 1917.
William Yorke Stevenson. From "Poilu to "Yank". 1918.
Friedrich Graf Szápáry. Das Verhältnis Österreich-Ungarns zu Rußland.(The Attitude of Austria-Hungary Towards Russia)- auf Deutsch -
Friedrich Graf Szápáry Aus Den Krisenjahren(The Years of Crisis, 1908-1913: Extract)- auf Deutsch -
Cross at the Front: 1917
Laura de Gozdawa Turczynowicz. When the Prussians Came to Poland. The Experiences of an American Woman During the German Invasion. New York, 1916.
The Sinking of the Tuscania, February 5, 1918
Demetra Vaka. In
the Heart of German Intrigue. 1918.
A War Nurse's Diary. Sketches from a Belgian Field Hospital.
New York: MacMillan, 1918.
Herbert Ward. Mr.
Poilu. Notes and Sketches with the Fighting French. London, 1916.
C.H. Weston. Three
Years with the New Zealanders. n.d.
Albert Rhys Williams. Through the Russian Revolution. New York: Boni & Liveright, 1921.
Poet of the Air. Letters of Jack Morris Wright, First Lieutenant
of the American Aviation in France, April 1917-January 1918.
Boston: Houghton & Mifflin, 1918.
The Great Zeppelin Raid.
January 31, 1916
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