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Sahlin, George Adolph. The Kaiser: are you his friend. [S.l.]: George A. Sahlin, [1917]

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*002.001
Sahlin, George Adolph. Where we stand. [S.l.]: Geo. A. Sahlin, [1917]

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*002.003
Saint-Rene Taillandier, Madeleine Marie Louise Chevrillon Mme. The soul of the “C.R.B.” A French view of the Hoover relief work / by Madame Saint-René Taillandier; tr. by Mary Cadwalader Jones. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1919.

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*000.706
Salmon, Thomas W. The care and treatment of mental diseases and war neuroses (“shell shock”) in the British Army. New York City: War Work Committee of the National Committee for Mental Hygiene, Inc., 1917.
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*003.033
Samuel, Laura C. War time heart songs / by Mrs. Laura C. Samuel. Emporia, Kansas: Mrs. Laura C. Samuel, [1919]

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*002.194
Sanborn, Joseph Brown. The 131st U. S. infantry (First infantry Illinois national guard) in the world war; narrative-operations-statistics / General narrative by Colonel Joseph B. Sanborn … special narratives by officers commanding various units and detachments; operations compiled by Captain George N. Malstrom … statistics by the personnel adjutant’s office; with maps, photographs taken on various battle fields, photographs of officers, rosters, etc. Chicago, Ill., 1919.
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*002.844
Sanger, William Cary, Jr. With the armies of France: war poems. New York: The Knickerbocker Press, 1918.

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*001.762
Sassoon, Siegfried. Counter-attack, and other poems / by Siegfried Sassoon, with an introduction by Robert Nichols. New York: E.P. Dutton [c1918]

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*001.763
Sassoon, Siegfried. The old huntsman, and other poems. [S.l.]: [s.n.], n.d.

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*001.764
Sauveur, Albert. Germany and the European War. Boston, Mass.: Fort Hill Press, [1914].

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*000.914
Savona, Francis. Americans, awaken! New York: Berlin Press, 1916.
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*002.843
Schauble, Peter Lambert. The First battalion, the story of the 406th telegraph battalion, Signal corps. Philadelphia, 1921.
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*002.842
Schelling, Felix Emmanuel. Thor, and some other war rhymes. [Philadelphia] 1918.

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*001.765
Scherer, James Augustin Brown. The nation at war / by James A.B. Scherer, for one year chief field agent of the Council of National Defense, State Councils Section. New York: George H. Doran, [c1918]
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*002.841
Schiemann, Theodor. A slanderer: notes on the history of the period preceding the World War. New York: Issues and Events, [1916?]

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*000.915
Schierbrand, Wolf von. Austria-Hungary: the polyglot empire / by Wolf von Schierbrand … With a map in colours. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company [c1917]

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*000.677
Schmidt, John W. American Jews and the war; the human side of America’s outpouring of relief for the suffering Jews of other countries / by John W. Schmidt and Cromwell Childe; foreword by Albert Lucas. New York: Joint Distribution Committee of the Funds for Jewish War Sufferers [c1917]
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*001.104
Schmitt, Bernadotte Everly. England and Germany, 1740-1914. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1918.

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*000.916
Schmitz, John J., ed. One hundred and forty third ambulance Company, 1917, 1919. Amex forces–United States Army. [Paris: H. Clarke, printer, 1920?]
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*002.859
Schrader, Frederick Franklin. “1683-1920″; The fourteen points and what became of them–foreign propaganda in the public schools–rewriting the history of the United States–the espionage act and how it worked–”illegal and indefensible blockade” of the Central powers–1,000,000 victims of starvation–our debt to France and to Germany–the war vote in Congress–truth about the Belgian atrocities–our treaty with Germany and how observed–the alien property custodianship–secret will of Cecil Rhodes–racial strains in American life–Germantown settlement of 1683 and a thousand other topics. [New York: Concord Publishing Company, Incorporated, c1920]

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*001.982
Schwensen, Kai. The history of the 102nd M. P. [New York: Call Printing Co., c1919]
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*002.857
Scott, Emmett J. Negro migration during the war. New York: Oxford University Press, 1920.
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*002.856
Scott, Emmett J. Scott’s official history of the American Negro in the World War. A complete and authentic narration, from official sources, of the participation of American soldiers of the Negro race in the World War for democracy … a full acount of the war work organizations of colored men and women and other civilian activities, including the Red Cross, the Y.M.C.A., the Y.W.C.A. and the War camp community service, with official summary of treaty of peace and League of Nations covenant.Prefaced with highest tributes to the American Negro by Hon. Newton D. Baker … Gen. John J. Pershing … and the late Theodore Roosevelt. [Chicago: Homewood Press, c1919]

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*001.326
Scott, Hattie Marshall. Names and home addresses of Franklin County’s men and women serving their country, compiled for Home Service Civilian Relief. [Frankfort? Ky., 1918]
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*001.119
Scott, James Brown, ed. Diplomatic correspondence between the United States and Germany. New York: Oxford University Press, American branch, 1918.
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*002.855
Scott, James Brown. The dawn in Germany? New York: American Association for International Conciliation [1918]
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*001.067
Scott, Temple. Recruiting songs. New York: H. S. Nichols, Inc., 1917.

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*001.766
Scudder, Robert Author. My experience in the world war. Dover, N.J.: R. A. Scudder [1921]

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*001.592
Sea warfare and international law during the late war. [New York: Printed by the Appeal printing Company, 1922?]

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*002.140
Seaman, Louis Livingston. Shall the treaty of peace be one of justice or one of infamy? New York, 1919.

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*002.409
Searle, Katharine. Three war sketches: Her story, The march of truth, Hatred. Cambridge, Mass.: The Powell Printing Company, 1916.

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*000.545
Sears, Herbert Mason. Journal of a canteen worker; a record of service with the American Red cross in Flanders. Boston: Privately printed, [The Merrymont Press] 1919.

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*001.593
Seibert, August. A trip to Germany during wartime. New York: The Selb Press, 1915.

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*001.594
Seldes, George. World panorama, 1918-1933. Boston, Little, Brown, and Company, 1933.
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*001.058
Seligman, Edwin R. A. An economic interpretation of the war. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1915.

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*000.574
Seligman, Edwin R. A. The cost of the war and how it was met. Princeton, N. J., 1919.

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*000.717
Sergeant, Elizabeth Shepley. Shadow-shapes : the journal of a wounded woman, October 1918-May 1919. Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1920.

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*001.595
Seymour, Charles. The diplomatic background of the war, 1870-1914. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1916.

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*001.291
Seymour, James William Davenport. Memorial volume of the American field service in France, “Friends of France”, 1914-1917 / ed. by James W. D. Seymour, with an introduction by Lieutenant-Colonel A. Piatt Andrew. Boston: American Field Service, 1921.

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*002.236
Sforza, Carlo, conte. Diplomatic Europe since the treaty of Versailles / by Count Carlo Sforza. New Haven: Pub. for the Institute of Politics by the Yale University Press; London, H. Milford, Oxford University Press, 1928.

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*002.408
Shahbaz, Yonan H. The rage of Islam; an account of the massacre of Christians by the Turks in Persia. Philadelphia: The Roger Williams Press [1918]
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*001.077
Sharpe, Henry G. The Quartermaster corps in the year 1917 in the world war. New York: The Century Co., 1921.
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*002.854
Shattuck, Frederick Cheever. The ancient Jew and the modern German: a parallel. Boston: Privately printed, 1916 (Boston: Merrymount Press.)
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*001.106
Shepherd, William R., ed. The protection of neutral rights at sea: documents on the naval warfare / with an introduction by William R. Shepherd. New York: Sturgis & Walton Co., 1915.

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*000.458
Sherman, Stuart Pratt. American and allied ideals: an appeal to those who are neither hot nor cold. Issued by the Committee on public information, Washington, D.C. Washington, 1918.
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*002.853
Sherwood, Elmer W. Rainbow Hoosier. Indianapolis, Printing Arts Company, [c1922]
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*002.852
Shibley, George H. The road to victory: its lies through the United States program for world liberation agreed to by her allies. Washington: League for World Federation, 1918.

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*000.061
Shively, George J. Record of S. S. U. 585. [New York]: Printed for the unit by E. L. Hildreth & Co., under the direction of the Brick Row Book Shop, Inc., 1920.
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*002.851
Shortall, Katherine. A “Y” girl in France. Boston: R. G. Badger [c1919]

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*001.597
Shurter, Edwin Du Bois. University aid for community councils of defense. Austin, Tex.: The University, [1918]
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*002.860
Sills, Kenneth C. M. A memorial address for those Bowdoin men who gave their lives in the war / by President Sills. [Brunswick, Me., 1919]

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*002.235
Simmons, Perez, ed. Twentieth engineers, France, 1917-1918-1919. Portland, Ore.: Twentieth Engineers Publishing Assn., [1920?]
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*002.869
Sims, William Sowden. The victory at sea / by William Sowden Sims … in collaboration with Burton J. Hendrick. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1920.

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*002.184
Siramarc, D. E. Armenia and the Pontus. [New York: The American Committee for the Independence of Armenia, 1919]

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*002.407
Sirois, Edward D. Smashing through “the world war” with Fighting battery C. 102nd F. A. “Yankee division,” 1917-1918-1919 / by Lieu. Edward D. Sirois and Corp. William McGinnis; rev. by Lieut. John Hogan. Salem, Mass.: The Meek Press, c1919.
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*002.867
Skaggs, William H., comp. America and the war in Europe. [Chicago: Kenfield-Leach Co., printers, 1915?]
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*002.866
Skal, George von. The German-Americans and the European War: a reply to Mr. Oswald Garrison Villard and others. [New York: s.n., 1915?]
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*002.865
Slater, Gilbert. Peace and war in Europe. New York: E. P. Dutton & Company, [1915]

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*000.411
Smith, F. Dumont. Individualism and collectivism, the primary causes of the European conflict. [Topeka]: Kansas State Historical Society, [1915]

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*000.062
Smith, Fred Burton. Observations in France. New York: Association Press, 1918.

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*001.598
Smith, Joseph Shuter. Over there and back in three uniforms, being the experiences of an American boy in the Canadian, British and American armies at the front and through No man’s land / by Lieut. Joseph S. Smith. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co. [c1918]

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*001.599
Smith, Munroe, ed. Out of their own mouths; utterances of German rulers, statesmen, savants, publicists, journalists, poets, business men, party leaders and soldiers. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1917.

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*000.413
Smith, Munroe, ed. Out of their own mouths; utterances of German rulers, statesmen, savants, publicists, journalists, poets, businessmen, party leaders and soldiers. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1918.

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*000.414
Smith, Munroe. German land hunger and other underlying causes of the war. [New York: The Knickerbocker Press, 1918]

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*000.920
Smith, Wilfrid Robert. The rape of the Belgians. Myrtle Point, Or.: Southern Coos County American Presses, [c1918]

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*000.602
Smuts, Jan Christiaan. War-time speeches: a compilation of public utterances in Great Britain, by Lieut.-Gen. the Rt. Hon. J.C. Smuts … in connection with the session of the Imperial War Cabinet and Imperial War Conference, 1917. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1917.

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*001.894
Smuts, Jan Christiaan. War-time speeches: a compilation of public utterances in Great Britain; by Lieut. Gen. the Rt. Hon. J. C. Smuts in connection with the session of the Imperial war conference, 1917. New York: George H. Doran, 1917.

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*001.895
Smylie, Adolphe E. The marines, and other war verse. New York: The Knicherbocker Press, 1919.

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*001.767
Snell, King W. With the army at Hoboken. [New York: The McConnell Printing Company, 1919]

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*002.234
Snowden, Ethel. A political pilgrim in Europe. New York: George H. Doran Company, 1921.
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*001.059
Socialist Party (United States) Proclamation and war program. [Chicago, 1917]
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*002.863
Society of Colonial Wars in the District of Columbia. Report of the Committee on Arrangements and Reception to the Chief of Staff of the United States Army and Officers of the General Staff. Held at the new Willard Hotel on the occasion of the annual meeting of the society, Tuesday evening, December 4, 1917, with an address by Lieutenant Colonel R.V.K. Applin, p.s.o., of the fourteenth (King’s) hussars.[Washington]: Society of Colonial Wars in the District of Columbia, 1920.

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*001.896
Society of the Fifth Division, United States Army, Veterans of the World War. The official history of the Fifth division, U. S. A., during the period of its organization and of its operations in the European world war, 1917-1919. The Red diamond (Meuse) division. Washington, D.C.: The Society of the Fifth Division, 1919.
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*002.862
Sons of the Revolution. Pennsylvania Society. War service of members of Pennsylvania Society, Sons of the Revolution, 1917-1919. [Philadelphia? 1920.]

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*002.243
South American opinions on the war: I. Chile and the war / by Carlos Silva Vildosola.  II.The attitude of Ecuador / by Nicolas F. Lopez.  Translation from the Spanish by Peter H. Goldsmith. Washington, D.C., 1917.

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*000.182
South Carolina. Office of the Adjutant General. The World War honor roll of those South Carolinians, who entering the services from their state, died while serving in the Armed Forces of the United States / compiled under the direction of the Adjutant General by George H. McMaster. Columbia: Adjutant General’s Office, [1921?]

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*002.252
South Carolina. State Council of Defense. The South Carolina handbook of the war / Issued by the South Carolina State Council of Defense. [Columbia: The State Co., printers, 1917]
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*002.870
Southard, Elmer Ernest. Shell-shock and other neuropsychiatric problems presented in five hundred and eighty-nine case histories from the War literature, 1914-1918 / by E. E. Southard, with a bibliography by Norman Fenton, and an introduction by Charles K. Mills. Boston: W.M. Leonard, 1919.

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*001.899
Souttar, Henry Sessions. A surgeon in Belgium. New York: Longmans, Green & Co., 1915.

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*001.600
Souvenir book of the world war. [Rockford, Ill.]: The Rockford Morning Star, 1918.

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*000.021
Sparks, David Rhodes. Red poppies. Cambridge: Priv. print. at the Riverside Press [c1918]

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*001.601
Speare, Morris Edmund. World war issues and ideals; readings in contemporary history and literature / ed. by Morris Edmund Speare and Walter Black Norris. Boston: Ginn and Company, [c1918]
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*002.879
Speeches by Dr. Ernest Flagg Henderson on “Germany,” Prof. M.J. Bonn on “International understanding and international co-operation,” Hon. Charles Nagel on “Present day issues,” delivered before the German university league at its anniversary meeting at the Astor gallery, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York: October 30th, 1915; introduction by Prof. William R. Shepherd. [New York, 1915?]
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*002.465
Speed, Clarence Lyon. Our peril on the eastern front; allied victory in the west barren unless Slav peoples to the east are freed from German domination and formed into strong independent barrier states. Chicago: The Union League Club, 1918.

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*002.406
Speer, Robert E. The Christian man, the church and the war. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1918.

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*002.297
Speer, Robert E. The new opportunity of the church. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1919.

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*002.305
Spencer, Carita. War scenes I shall never forget. New York: C. Spencer, 1917.

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*001.602
Spencer, Fanny Bixby. The jazz of patriotism: (an anti-war play) Long Beach, Calif.: G.W. Moyle, [1920?].

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*000.544
Sprague, Franklin Monroe. Made in Germany / by Franklin M. Sprague; with an introduction by Theodore Roosevelt. Boston: The Pilgrim Press, c1915.
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*002.878
Squiers, Arnon Lyon, ed. One hundred per cent American; addresses delivered by famous patriots of all shades of political belief at the Saturday luncheon meetings of the Republican Club, New York, during the year 1918 / edited by Arnon L. Squires, with a foreword by Theodore Roosevelt. New York: George H. Doran Company, [c1918]

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*000.416
St. George’s School, Middletown, R.I. Alumni Association. Saint George’s School in the war. [Boston]: Printed for the Alumni Association of Saint George’s School, 1920.

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*002.251
Stackhouse, Perry James. The sword of Christ and the world. Boston: Griffith and Rowland Press, 1917.

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*002.304
Starke, Joseph Anthony. Light and truth after the world tragedy; a political and ethical analysis of the European War of 1914-1919. New York: Advance Publishing Co., 1921.

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*000.417
Starlight, Alexander. The pictorial record of the 27th division. New York: Harper & Brothers, c1919.
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*002.877
Starr, Louis. The war story of Dillwyn Parrish Starr. New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1917.

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*001.603
Stein, Robert. Peace through a disentangling alliance. Washington, D.C.: Judd & Detweiler, Inc., printers, 1916.
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Stein, Robert. Stop the war! Italo-American mediation, how to prepare for it. [Washington, D.C., 1914]

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Stephens, William D. California in the war. [Sacramento, California state printing office, 1921]

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Sterling, Adaline Wheelock. The book of Englewood. [New York], 1922.

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Sterne, Elaine, ed. Over the seas for Uncle Sam. New York: Britton Publishing Company [c1918]

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*001.604
Stevens, Charles McClellan. The true story of the great European war: facts, explanations and descriptions of the world-staggering crash of events, gathered impartially from every source of reliable authority on both sides of the great conflict. Chicago: The Hamming Publishing Co., [c1914]

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Stevens, Thomas Wood. The drawing of the sword: a pageant for the present hour. Chicago: Stage Guild, c1917.

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*000.543
Stevenson, William Yorke. At the front in a flivver. Section no. 1, American ambulance. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1917.

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*001.605
Stevenson, William Yorke. From “Poilu” to “Yank,” / by William Yorke Stevenson, Section no. 1, American Ambulance, 1917 … Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1918.

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*001.606
Stewart, George, Jr. The practice of friendship; studies in personal evangelism with men of the United States army and navy in American training camps / George Stewart, Jr, Henry B. Wright. New York: Association Press, 1918.
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*003.075
Stidger, William L. Star dust from the dugouts: a reconstruction book / by William L. Stidger; introduction by Peter Clark MacFarlane; illustrated by Jessie Gillespie. New York: Abingdon Press, c1919.

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*002.303
Stidger, William Le Roy. Soldier silhouettes on our front. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1918.
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*003.074
Stimson, Julia Catherine. Finding themselves: the letters of an American army chief nurse in a British hospital in France. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1918.

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*001.608
Stires, Ernest Milmore. The high call. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1917.

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*000.420
Stobart, M. A. St. Clair. Washington, D.C. : [s.n.], 1919.

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Stockbridge, Frank Parker. Yankee ingenuity in the war. New York: Harper & Brothers, [1920]
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*002.875
Stoddard, Francis R. War time France: the story of an American commission abroad / by Major F.R. Stoddard, Jr. New York: Moffat, Yard and Company [c1918]

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*001.609
Stoddard, Lothrop. Stakes of the war; summary of the various problems, claims, and interests of the nations at the peace table / by Lothrop Stoddard and Glen Frank. New York: The Century Co., 1918.

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*002.405
Stone, Ernest. Battery B thru the fires of France: being a very human and intimate sketch of a few men who served stem a tiny eddy in one of the greatest of cataclysms–the World War. [Los Angeles: Wayside Press] c1919.

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Stone, William Joel. The duty of a neutral nation. Speech in the Senate of the United States respecting the duty of the American government, and especially of the American people, during the terrible struggle now raging in Europe, delivered on September 9, 1914 by Senator William J. Stone, of Missouri, chairman of the Committee on Foreign Relations. Washington: Govt. Print. Off., 1914.
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*002.874
Story of the 91st Division. San Francisco, 91st Division Publication Committee. San Mateo, Calif., 1919.

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*002.027
Story of the Anzacs [The]: an historical account of the part taken by Australia and New Zealand in the great war. Melbourne: J. Ingram & son, 1917.

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*002.128
Story of the war and family war service record, 1914-1919 [A]. St. Paul, Minn.: Mackey, Smith & Stiles, c1919.
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*003.031
Stowell, Ellery C. The diplomacy of the war of 1914. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company [1916]

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*000.479
Stowell, Ellery C. The diplomacy of the war of 1914. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1915.

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Strickland, Riley. Adventures of the A. E. F. soldier. [Austin: Von Boeckmann-Jones Co., c1920]

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*001.611
Stringer, Harry R., ed. Heroes all! A compendium of the names and official citations of the soldiers and citizens of the United States and of her allies who were decorated by the American government for exceptional heroism and conspicois service above and beyond the call of duty in the war with Germany, 1917-1919. Washington, D.C.: Fassett Publishing Company, [c1919].

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*001.967
Strother, French. Fighting Germany’s spies. Garden City: New York, Doubleday, Page, 1918.

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*002.346
Strunsky, Simeon. Smith on preparedness. New York: S. Strunsky; Brooklyn, N.Y.: B.W. Pub. Co., c1916.
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*002.871
Stubbs, Bernard Castle. Diary kept by Rifleman B. C. Stubbs. Chicago: Priv. print. [R. R. Donnelley and Sons Company], 1916.

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*001.612
Studebaker, J. W. Our country’s call to service through public and private schools; work–save–give; a summons and a plan of action for American boys, girls, parents. Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Company, [c1918]
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*002.880
Study outline in the problems of the reconstruction period. New York: Association Press, 1918.

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*002.334
Stuermer, Harry. Two war years in Constantinople; sketches of German and Young Turkish ethics and politics. New York: George H. Doran Company, [c1917]
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*002.430
Sullivan, Mark. Wake up America. New York: Macmillan, 1918.
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*002.889
Sullivan, Reginald Noel. “Somewhere in France”, personal letters of Reginald Noel Sullivan S. S. U. 65 of the American ambulance field service. [San Francisco]: Printed for private circulation, 1917.

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*001.613
Sullivan, Vincent F. With the Yanks in France: a story of America in France. New York: V.F. Sullivan, [1921?]

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*001.614
Sullivan, Willard P., comp. The history of the 105th Regiment of Engineers, divisional engineers of the “Old Hickory” (30th) Division / comp. by Willard P. Sullivan … Harry Tucker … associate; illustrated with maps, charts, photographs and portraits. New York: George H. Doran Company, [c1919]
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*002.888
Survey of the moral and religious forces in the military camps and naval stations in the United States, May 1, 1918 / prepared by the General War-time Commission of the Churches (Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America). New York, N.Y.: [The Commission, 1918]

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*002.267
Suter-Lerch, H. J. Germany her own judge. Boston: Houghton Mifflin company; Cambridge: The Riverside Press. 1918.

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*001.300
Sutherland, J. G. At sea with Joseph Conrad / by J. G. Sutherland.  With a foreword by Joseph Conrad. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1922.

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*001.615
Sutherland, James R., comp. Victory. Tekamah, Neb.: The Burt County Herald, 1919.

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Sutliffe, Robert Stewart, comp. Seventy-first New York in the world war. [New York: Printed by J. J. Little & Ives Co., c1922]
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*002.887
Swampscott honor roll, World War 1917-1918. Lynn, Mass.: The Beckwith Press, 1921.

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*001.953
Swan, Annie S. An Englishwoman’s home. New York: George H. Doran Company [c1918]

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*001.616
Sweeney, Daniel J., ed. History of Buffalo and Erie County, 1914-1919. Buffalo: Committee of One Hundred, [c1920]

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*002.133
Sweetser, Arthur. Roadside glimpses of the great war. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1916.

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*001.617
Swetland, Horace Monroe, ed. American journalists in Europe. New York: United Publishers Corporation, 1919.

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*000.818
Swift, Lucius B. America’s debt to England: the failure to teach the foundations of liberty. Indianapolis: Kautz Stationary Co., 1917.
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*002.886
Swindler, Robert Earl. The causes of war. Boston: R. G. Badger [c1920]

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Swope, Herbert Bayard. Inside the German empire in the third year of the war. New York: Century Co., 1917.
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Synon, Mary. My country’s part. Chicago: C. Scribner’s Sons, [c1918]
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Szarski, Alexander. The great conspiracy / by Alexander Szarski and Faust C. de Walsh. New York: Published and distributed by German-American Literary Defense Commitee, [1914]

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Szinnyey, Stephen Ivor. Neutrality? The crucifixion of public opinion. Chicago: The Neutrality Press, 1916.
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