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Radical’s progress: a record of courage; reprinted from the Atlantic Monthly. Chicago: The Woman’s Peace Party, 1916.

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Radziwill, Catherine, Princess. Russia’s decline and fall, the secret history of the great debacle / by Princess Catherine Radziwill (Catherine Kolb-Danvin). London: Cassell and Company Ltd., 1918.

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Radziwill, Catherine, Princess. Sovereigns and statesmen of Europe. New York: Funk & Wagnalls Company, 1916.

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Raemaekers, Louis. Kultur in cartoons, by Louis Raemaekers, with accompanying notes by well-known English writers; a companion volume to “Raemaekers’ cartoons,” pub. 1916, and now issued by the Century co. New York: Century, 1917.

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Raemaekers, Louis. Raemaekers’ cartoons: with accompanying notes by well-known English writers / with an appreciation from H.H. Asquith, Prime Minister of England. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1916.

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Raleigh, Walter Alexander, Sir. England and the war, being sundry addresses delivered during the war and now first collected. Oxford: The Clarendon Press.

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Raleigh, Walter Alexander, Sir. Some gains of the war: an address to the Royal Colonial Institute, delivered February 13, 1918. New York: G. H. Doran, [c1918]

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Randerson, John Jeffry Howard. The origin of the war term “No Man’s Land” as applied to the world war. [Albany, c1922]
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Rauh, Richard S. What American neutrality should mean: a protest. Pittsburgh: R. S. Rauh, c1915.

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Ravage, Marcus Eli. The Jew pays: a narrative of the consequences of the war to the Jews of Eastern Europe. New York: A. A. Knopf, 1919.
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Raymond, E. T. Mr. Lloyd George / by E. T. Raymond [pseud.] New York: George H. Doran company [1922]

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Reading, Earl of. “Across the flood” / the Right Honorable the Earl of Reading at the Lotos Club, New York. New York: George H. Doran Company, 1918.

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Recouly, Raymond. Foch, the winner of the war / by Raymond Recouly (Captain X) … tr. by Mary Cadwalader Jones. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1920.

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Recouly, Raymond. General Joffre and his battles / by Raymond Recouly (Captain X). New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1916.

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Red guidon “sioixante quinze”; being a complete illustrated history of B battery, 134th field artillery from 1915 to 1919. Akron, Ohio: The Red Guidon Association, c1920.

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Redier, Antoine. Comrades in courage. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1918.

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Reed, John. The war in eastern Europe / described by John Reed, pictured by Boardman Robinson. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1916.

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Reference book for speakers [A]. New York: League to Enforce Peace, [1918?]

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Regimental history, Three Hundred and Forty-First Field Artillery: Eighty-Ninth Division of the National Army: organized September, Nineteen-Seventeen, demobilized June, Nineteen-Nineteen. Kansas City, Mo.: Printed by Union Bank Note Co., [1920]
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Reilly, Francis X. Why “America first”? the basis of our patriotism. Omaha: Creighton University, [1918?]

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Reilly, Henry J. Why preparedness: the observations of an American army officer in Europe, 1914-1915. Chicago: Daughaday and Company, 1916.

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Reppy, Alison. Rainbow memories; character sketches and history of the First battalion 166th infantry, 42nd division, American expeditionary force / by First Lieutenant Alison Reppy. [New York: The Carey Printing Co., Inc.], c1919.

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Réquin, Édouard Jean. America’s race to victory / by Lieut. Col. E. Réquin … with an introduction by General Peyton C. March … with twelve diagrams. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, [c1919]
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Reventlow, E. The vampire of the continent / by Count Ernst zu Reventlow, tr. from the German, with a pref. by George Chatterton-Hill, PH. D. New York: The Jackson Press, 1916.

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Reynolds, Charles C. Dawn. Los Angeles: E.H. Grafton Company [1918]

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Reynolds, F. C., ed. 115th Infantry, U.S.A., in the World War. [Baltimore: The Read-Taylor Co., printers, c1920]

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Rice, Philip Sidney. An ambulance driver in France: being experiences, memories and impressions of the Western Front / by Philip Sidney Rice; introduction by Major-General C.B. Dougherty; photograph illustrations, frontispiece in color by James May Rutter. Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 1918.
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Rice, Philip Sidney. An American crusader at Verdun. Princeton, N.J.: The Author, 1918.
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Rice, William North. Through darkness to dawn / by William North Rice, with a foreword by Woodrow Wilson. New York: F.D. Beattys & Co., 1917.

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Richmond, Charles A., comp. Haverhill war record of 1917-1919, patriotic service; 4172 from Haverhill in service. Haverhill, Mass.: C. A. Richmond, c1920.

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Richthofen, Manfred, Freiherr von. The red battle flyer / by Captain Manfred freiherr von Richthofen; tr. by T. Ellis Barker, with a preface and notes by C. G. Grey. New York: R.M. McBride & Co., 1918.

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Ridder, Herman. Hyphenations / by Herman Ridder; a collection of articles on the world war of 1914 which have appeared from time to time in the New-Yorker Staats-Zeitung under “The war situation from day to day.” New York: Printed by M. Schmetterling, 1915.

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Riggs, Arthur Stanley. With three armies on and behind the western front / by Arthur Stanley Riggs … with illustrations, cartoons, posters and placards. Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill company [c1918]

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Riggs, McDonald Howard. A history of Battery F, 323d field artillery / by McDonald H. Riggs  [and] Rutherford H. Platt, Jr. Cleveland, O.: Priv. print, by J.B. Dempsey, [1920]

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Rinehart, Mary Roberts. Kings, queens and pawns: an American woman at the front. New York: G.H. Doran Co. [1915]

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Ringrose, Hyacinthe. Why is America neutral? New York: The Marlowe Press, [c1914]

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Robb, Winfred E. The price of our heritage: in memory of the heroic dead of the 168 Infantry. Des Moines, Ia.: American Lithographing and Printing Co., 1919.

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Roberts, Charles V. H. Louvain: a tragedy in three acts. New York: The Torch Press, 1917.

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Roberts, Charles V. H. The sublime sacrifice, a drama of the great war: a tragedy in three acts with prologue. New York: The Torch Press, 1917.

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Robinson, William J. My fourteen months at the front an American boy’s baptism of fire. Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1916.

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*001.580
Rockoff, Hugh. Until it’s over, over there [electronic resource]: The U.S. economy in  World War I. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, c2004.

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Rodrigues, Gustave. The people of action, an essay on American idealism / by Gustave Rodrigues; tr. by Louise Seymour Houghton; with an introduction by J. Mark Baldwin … and a preface to the American editon, by the author. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1918.
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*002.830
Roger, Noëlle. The victims’ return / by Noëlle Roger [pseud.] with an historical note by Eugene Pittard. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1918.

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Rogers, Lindsay. America’s case against Germany. New York: E.P. Dutton & Company, [c1917]
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Rogers, Lindsay. The war aims of the United States; a study outline. New York: The Federation of International Polity Clubs, 1918.
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Rogers, Lindsay. The war aims of the United States; a study outline. New York: The Federation of International Polity Clubs, [1918]
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Rogers, Robert C. Mars’ master: a classical exposition of material influences that caused the European war. Louisville: John P. Morton & Company, 1916.

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Rohold, Sabeti B. The war and the Jew: a bird’s-eye view of the world’s situation and the Jews’ place in it / by the Rev. S. B. Rohold … Introduction by the Rev. T. B. Kilpatrick … Cincinnati: The Standard Publishing Company [c1917]
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*001.105
Rohrbach, Paul. Germany’s isolation. Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co., 1915.

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Roll of honor of Harvard men who have given their lives for liberty and democracy in the war against Germany … printed for the Harvard Memorial Society. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1919.

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Rolland, Romain. The forerunners / by Romain Rolland; tr. by Eden and Cedar Paul. New York: Brace & Howe, [1920]

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Rollins, Montgomery. Over here stories / by Timothy Hay [pseud.] Boston: Marshall Jones Company, 1918.

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Romeo, Giuseppe L. Diary of Pvt. Giuseppe L. Romeo … [Tacoma, T.V. Copeland & Son] c1919.

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Romeo, Giuseppe L. Diary of Pvt. Giuseppe L. Romeo. Tacoma, Wash.: [Copeland & Son, Printers] 1919.

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Roosevelt, Kermit. War in the garden of Eden. New York: C. Scribner’s sons, 1919.
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Roosevelt, Quentin. Quentin Roosevelt: a sketch with letters / ed. by Kermit Roosevelt. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1921.

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Roosevelt, Theodore. America and the World War. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1915.
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Roosevelt, Theodore. America and the world war. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1919.
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Roosevelt, Theodore. National strength and international duty. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1917.
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Roosevelt, Theodore. Roosevelt in the Kansas City Star: war-time editorials  / by Theodore Roosevelt, with an introduction by Ralph Stout … Boston, New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1921.
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Roosevelt, Theodore. Average Americans. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1919.

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Root, Esther Sayles. Over Periscope Pond: letters from two American girls in Paris, October 1916-Janurary 1918. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1918.

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Rose, John Holland. The origins of the war, lectures delivered in the Michaelmas term, 1914. Cambridge: The University Press, 1914.

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Rosenthal, Benjamin J. America’s task, an address. Chicago, Ill.: National Business League of America, [1917?]
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Rosher, Harold. With the flying squadron, being the war letters of the late Harold Rosher to his family. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1916.

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Ross, James H., comp. History of Company E, 355th infantry A. E. F. [Omaha: Waters-Barndhardt Printing Co., c1919]

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Ross, Malcolm. Light and shade in war / by Captain Malcolm Ross … and Noel Ross. New York: Longmans, Green and Co., 1916.

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Ross, Patrick Hore Warriner. The blessings of war. New York: The National Marine League of the U. S. A. [c1917]
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Ross, Warner A. My colored battalion / by Major Warner A. Ross. Chicago, W.A. Ross, [c1920]
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Ross, William O., comp. With the 351st in France. (A diary) / comp. by Sergeant William O. Ross and Corporal Duke L. Slaughter. Baltimore: The Afro-American Company, [1919?]

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Roth, Joseph Peter Charles, comp. History of Company “E,” 303d Engineers of the 78th Division, 1917-1919. [Rochester, N.Y.: John P. Smith Printing Company, 1919]

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 Roumanian question [The]. Pittsburgh, Pa.: The Pittsburgh Printing Company, [c1919]

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Rowell, Cora Worcester Hall. Leaders of the Great War. New York: The Macmillan Company [c1919]

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Royce, Josiah. The duties of Americans in the present war: address delivered at Tremont Temple, Sunday, January 30, 1916. [Boston, Mass.: Citizens' League for America and the Allies, 1916]
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Ruhl, Arthur Brown. Antwerp to Gallipoli. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1916.

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Ruskin College, Oxford. Some problems of urban and rural industry / papers by G. D. H. Cole [and others] With criticisms … Ruskin College, Oxford. Birmingham: Birmingham Printers, 1917.
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Russel, William Muir. A happy warrior: letters of William Muir Russel, an American aviator in the great war, 1917-1918…a family memorial. Detroit: Printed by Saturday Night Press, Inc., 1919.

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Russell, Bertrand. Justice in war time. Chicago: The Open Court Publishing Co., 1916.

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Russell, John W., ed. History of Battery B, One Hundred Third Field Artillery, Twenty-sixth Division, with pictorical supplement / written and composed by Committee from the Battery; April, 1917, to April, 1919. Providence: E. L. Freeman Company, printers, 1922.
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Russell, Richard M. The 151st Field Artillery Brigade. Boston: The Cornhill Co., [c1919]
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Russell, Samuel. The German war, its morals and ends. Washington, 1917.

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Russell, Thomas Herbert. America’s war for humanity, including a complete history of the world war up-to-date. [Chicago, Homewod Press, c1917]

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Russell, Thomas Herbert. America’s war for humanity: pictorial history of the world war for liberty, interesting, instructive, thrilling. [Chicago: Homewood Press, c1919]

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Russell, Thomas Herbert. Most terrible conflict in history, the great war in Europe: graphic account of the causes, issues, and operations of the mighty struggle for national existence, racial independence, and commercial supremacy, which has paralyzed civilization / by Thomas H. Russell, with introduction by Bishop Samuel Fallows. [Chicago: The Homewood Press, c1914]

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