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Earnest, William Watson. A war catechism; questions and answers concerning the great world war. Champaign, Ill. [1918]

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*000.111
Eastman, Max. Understanding Germany, The only way to end war, and other essays. New York: M. Kennerley, 1916.

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*000.141
Eaton, William Dunseath, ed. The war in verse and prose / ed., with introduction, notes and original matter, by W. D. Eaton. Chicago: T. S. Denison & Company [c1918]

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*001.697
Economic aspects of the war. Selected source material dealing with the economic aspects of the war, arranged by Professor William E. Lingelbach. Effect of the war on the supply of labor and capital, by Professor Ernest L. Bogart. Philadelphia: McKinley Publishing Company, 1919.
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*002.450
Eddy, Sherwood. Everybody’s world. New York: George H. Doran Co. [1920]
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*001.062
Eddy, Sherwood. With our soldiers in France. New York: Association Press, 1917.
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*003.052
Edmonds, Charles Humphrey Kingsman. Aerial cooperation with the navy.

Washington: Govt. Print. Off., 1922.

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*002.170
Edmonds, Richard Hathaway. America’s relation to the world war. Baltimore, Md.: Printed by Manufacturers Record, [1917]
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*002.594
Edwards, Evan Alexander. From Doniphan to Verdun; the official history of the 140th infantry. Lawrence, Kan.: The World Company, c1920.
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*002.593
Edwards, William James. Twenty-five years in the Black Belt. Boston: Cornhill, [c1918]
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*002.592
Egan, Eleanor Franklin. The war in the cradle of the world, Mesopotamia. New York: Harper & Brothers [1918]

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*001.008
Egyptian question [The]. Washington, D.C.: Egyptian Delegation, 1919.

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*002.365
Eilers, Tom D., ed. Buena Vista’s part in the world war. Storm Lake, Iowa: T. D. Eilers, 1920.
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*001.078
Eliot, Charles William. America’s duty in relation to the European war: address by Dr. Charles W. Eliot before the Business Women’s Club, October 15, 1914. Boston: The Club, [1914]

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*000.142
Eliot, Charles William. The road toward peace: a contribution to the study of the causes of the European war and of the means of preventing war in the future. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, [1915]

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*000.143
Ellinwood, Ralph E. Behind the German lines: a narrative of the everyday life of an American prisoner of war. New York: Knickerbocker Press, 1920.

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*001.425
Elliot, Herbert, ed. Snapshots of valor. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, [c1918]

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*000.585
Elliott, E. S. Biffing the boche. Fargo, N.D.: [Ulsaker Printing Co.] 1919.

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*001.426
Elliott, Harrison Sacket. The leadership of Red Triangle groups: a consideration of the organization and conduct of Bible study or life problem groups in army camps. New York: Association Press, 1918.
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*003.051
Elliott, Harrison Sackett. Building a new world. New York: Association Press, 1918.

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*000.144
Elliott, Paul Blodgett, ed. On the field of honor: a collection of war letters and reminiscences of three Harvard undergraduates who gave their lives in the great cause. Boston: Printed for their friends [by the Merrymount press], 1920.

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*001.427
Ellis, Allan B. A brief history of Appleton’s “Old Company G” (Co. A, 150th Machine Gun Battalion) with the Rainbow Division in the Great War, comp. from letters written to his mother by Lieutenant Allan B. Ellis. Appleton, Wis.: Meyer Press, c1919.

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*002.051
Ely, Dinsmore. Dinsmore Ely, one who served. Chicago: A.C. McClurg & Co., 1919.

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*001.429
Ely, Richard T. The World War and leadership in a democracy. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1918.

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*000.145
Emerson, Harrington. The western allies, the near and the far East in the world war. New York: The Emerson Company, [1918]

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*000.066
Emery, James Augustin. Governmental war agencies affecting business. New York: Issued from the sceretary’s office, 1918.

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*000.655
Empey, Arthur Guy. First call: guide posts to Berlin. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1918.

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*000.147
Emporos [pseud.] This is our land: problems of the war and peace from the point of view of a business man. London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., 1916.

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*000.089
Enelow, Hyman Gerson. The allied countries and the Jews. New York: Bloch Publishing Company, 1918.
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*001.103
 Engelman, Morris. Four years of relief and war work by the Jews of America, 1914-1918. [New York, The Schoen printing company, c1918]

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English wife in Berlin [An]. New York: E. P. Dutton & Company [1920]

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*000.861
Enslavement of Belgians [The]: a protest … Mass meeting. Carnegie Hall, N.Y. … December 15, 1916. [New York? 1916]

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*000.324
Entente cordiale: from the letters of Lieutenant Henri G—-. Boston: Geo. H. Ellis Co., 1918.

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*001.330
Erskine, John. Contemporary war poems. New York: American Association for International Conciliation, 1914.

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*001.698
Escouflaire, Rodolphe C. Ireland an enemy of the allies? New York: E. P. Dutton & Company [c1920]

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*001.799
Esher, Reginald Baliol Brett, Viscount. After the war. London: J. Murray, 1918.

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*000.964
Essen, Leon van der. A short history of Belgium / by Leon van der Essen, with a special chapter on “Belgium during the great war.” Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, [1920]

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*000.701
Essen, Leon van der. A statement about the destruction of Louvain and neighborhood. Chicago: Privately Printed, 1915.

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*000.149
Ethnikon kai Kapodistriakon Panepistēmion Athēnōn. Report of the Greek University Commission upon the atrocities and devastations committed by the Bulgarians in eastern Macedonia / translated from the French by Carroll N. Brown. New York: For the American Hellenic Society by Oxford University Press, American Branch, 1919.
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*001.135
Europe at war, a “red book” of the greatest war of history: why and how Europe went to battle. New York: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1914.

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*000.009
European war [The]. New York: Editions d’art co., [c1914]

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*000.424
Evans, Conway. An account of our arresting experiences. Boston: D.B. Updike, Merrymount Press, 1914.

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*001.430
Evening Mail [The]. The gravest 366 days: editorials reprinted from the Evening Mail, of New York City. [New York]: The New York Evening Mail, 1916.

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*000.013
Everett, Marshall. Exciting personal experiences. Chicago: The Bible House, [c1914]

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Ewing, William. From Gallipoli to Baghdad / by William Ewing…chaplain to the forces. London: Hodder and Stoughton [1917]

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*001.011
Eydoux-Demains, M. In a French hospital: notes of a nurse / by M. Eydoux-Demains, tr. by Betty Yeomans. New York: Duffield & Company, 1915.

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*001.431
Eydoux-Demains, M. In a French hospital: notes of a nurse. London: T. F. Unwin, ltd. [c1915]

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*001.432
Ezekiel, Herbert Tobias, comp. World war section of The history of the Jews of Richmond. Richmond, Va.: H. T. Ezekiel, 1920.
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