McKinleyville, California : John Daniel and Company, 2017.
Book — 231 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
"My Dear People is made up of three different alternating ingredients, each by a different author: a historical account of surrounding military events by Christopher McManus, Constance Crawford's commentary on her father's letters, and the letters themselves by Ned Crawford. These writings are interwoven chronologically here to make Private Ned Crawford's story comprehensible, entertaining, and moving. The letters Ned wrote to his best friend while serving as a soldier in World War I offer an intimate, quirky, and intelligent account of what it was like for a thirty-one-year-old man who abhorred war and any official interference with individual freedom to submit to a wartime draft and to perform his part in the enormous human drama that was the American Expeditionary Force."--Provided by publisher.
Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 
Book — x, 187 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm
The early years
World War I begins
Training in the French Foreign Legion
At the front
The Battle of Artois
Kiffin's recovery and new hope
The creation of the Lafayette Escadrille
The Lafayette Escadrille comes of age
Passing the torch
The climax of the Lafayette Escadrille
The transition to the U.S. Air Service
The dawn of American air power
The legacy of the Lafayette Escadrille
"With the outbreak of World War I in August 1914, Kiffin Yates Rockwell of Asheville, North Carolina, volunteered to fight for France. Initially serving with the French Foreign Legion, he soon became a founding member of the Lafayette Escadrille. This book covers Rockwell's early life and military service with the Lafayette Escadrille"-- Provided by publisher.
Book — xxvi, 214 pages : maps, illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm.
The celebrated pianist Ignacy Jan Paderewski was the rave of Paris, London, and New York audiences in the early twentieth century, with annual concert tours across the continents. But during World War I, Paderewski set music aside and turned to politics, becoming an eloquent spokesman for the country of his birth, Poland, then occupied by the empires of Russia, Germany, and Austria. Through his fame as a musician, Paderewski gained access to the top political leadership of France, Britain, and the United States. His devoted wife and collaborator, Helena, facilitated and accompanied virtually his every move. She is one of the key sources on the historical events in which she participated or her husband told her about. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Book — xiv, 498 p.,  p. of plates : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
Gallipoli hero, Victoria Cross recipient, battalion and brigade commander, conqueror of Damascus and defiant antagonist of the Japanese - by any measure Arthur Seaforth Blackburn was one of Australia's most remarkable soldiers. This, the first Blackburn biography, details the famous battles that shaped Australia. It tells Blackburn's story through the eyes of his comrades, including many from his battalion who survived the horrors of the Burma Railway, and includes photographs taken by Blackburn never published before. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
William Van der Kloot examines the experiences of seven future national leaders during the First World War. Adolf Hitler served on the Western Front for four years; Charles de Gaulle was bayonetted and captured at Verdun; Benito Mussolini was so badly wounded that he was discharged as a hero; Gustav Mannerheim was a cavalry commander who fought on the Eastern Front; Mustafa Kemal Ataturk commanded a division at the Battle of Gallipoli; Harold Macmillan was wounded at Loos and again at the Somme; and Herbert Hoover, although a civilian, organized humanitarian relief in German-occupied Europe, especially Belgium. Combining information gleaned from memoirs, diaries, biographies and regimental histories, this book illustrates how these experiences formed them into the men remembered by history. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Boulder : East European Monographs ; New York : Distributed by Columbia University Press, 1998.
Book — xii, 182 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
This is the story of a Czech soldier in the Austro-Hungarian Imperial and Royal Armed Forces during World War I who switched sides and joined the newly formed Czechoslovak Legion. He then fought in Slovakia against the Hungary revolutionary army of Bela Kun in order to help Czechoslovakia secure its borders and its freedom. Jan F. Triska, the soldier's son, provides commentaries throughout on his father's story, as well as on the effects of World War I on the spread of nationalism, fascism and communism; the break-up of the colonies and empires; and the growth of the universal communications systems, technology and globalization of the world. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Book — xiii, 318 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm
My introduction to Woodrow Wilson.
Woodrow Wilson administers the war.
An unhappy interlude.
Woodrow Wilson declares American ideals as the basis of peace.
Woodrow Wilson lays down the terms of peace to the Germans.
Woodrow Wilson's basis of peace agreed to by the Allies.
The president decides to go to Europe.
What Woodrow Wilson met in Europe.
Woodrow Wilson's administrative ordeal in Paris.
The president's troubles with peace in the Back Blocs.
Woodrow Wilson's ordeal of the food blockade on Europe.
Woodrow Wilson establishes the League of Nations.
Woodrow Wilson's ordeal of secret negotiations.
The president's ordeal of compromise.
The dotted line.
Woodrow Wilson's ordeal of smoldering enmity.
What Woodrow Wilson saved at Paris.
The president's crusade for ratification of the treaty.
Woodrow Wilson's ordeal of stroke and paralysis.
Woodrow Wilson's battle for ratification by the Senate.
Woodrow Wilson's stand for ratification in the presidential campaign of 1920.
I hope the reader will believe that I am informed and hope he will credit me with objectivity in analysis of President Wilson's high endeavors, his evangelistic idealism, his successes, his difficulties, the purpose of his compromises, and the consequences of the Treaty of Versailles. With thirty-nine years of contacts with world affairs since that Treaty, and the aid of the mass of subsequent information and disclosures, I can possibly contribute to an understanding of the gigantic tragedy which enveloped Woodrow Wilson and the whole world. This book is not a life of Woodrow Wilson. It includes no part of his scholastic or political activities prior to the looming of the American involvement in the war. - Preface.