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Waddington, Mary Alsop King, Mme. My war diary. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1917

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Wade, Francis Henry. World-war highways and by-ways. [Pittsburgh? 1917]
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*003.002
Wadhams, William Henderson. The war and world organization: an address. New York: League to Enforce Peace, [1917]
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*003.001
Wagner, Charles L. H. Look to the end, and other war inspired poems. [Cambridge, Mass.: Hunting Art Press, c1917]

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*001.781
Wainwright, Philip S., ed. History of the 101st Machine Gun Battalion / editor-in-chief 1st Lieutenant Philip S. Wainwright. Hartford, Conn.: The 101st Machine Gun Battalion Association, 1922.
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*003.010
Wake up, young America, time has come for thy revenge. [New York? 1916?]

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*000.055
Walcott, Frederic Collin. The Prussian system. Washington, D.C., 1917.

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*002.109
Walcott, Stuart. Above the French lines. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1918.

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*000.525
Walcott, Stuart. The life story of an American airman in France. [Washington, D.C., 1918]

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*000.518
Waldstein, Charles, Sir. 1914 / by C.W. New York: Harper & Brothers [c1914]

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*001.945
Walker, John Bernard. The great emergency. New York City, National Security League, [1917]

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*002.200
Walker, John Otey. Official history of the 120th Infantry “3rd North Carolina” 30th Division, from August 5, 1917, to April 17, 1919; canal sector, Ypres-Lys offensive, Somme offensive / by Major John O. Walker, with the assistance of Major William A. Graham and Captain Thomas Fauntleroy. [Lynchburg, Va.: J. P. Bell Company, 1919]
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*003.017
Wall, John P. New Brunswick, New Jersey, in the world war, 1917-1918 / comp. by John P. Wall. [New Brunswick, N.J.: S. M. Christie Press, 1921]

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*002.146
Wallace, Daniel H. Shanghaied into the European war. [Chicago: League of Humanity] c1916.

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Wallace, Daniel H. The revelations of an American citizen in the British army. New York: American Truth Society [1916]

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Wallace, George Riddle. The German menace to America: address delivered by George R. Wallace, Esq., of Pittsburg, before the Chamber of Commerce of Pittsburgh, October 2, 1917. Pittsburgh, PA: G.R. Wallace, c1917

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*003.016
Wallace, William. Ohio doughboys in Italy / authors: Colonel William Wallace, Private Walter C. Hart, Lieutenant George W. Conelly, Captain J. McKinney, Major Constant Southworth, Lieutenant A.A. Rendigs, jr., Lieutenant Carl H. Trik, 3d. [Pleasantville: N.J., Penhallow Press, Inc., c1921]
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*003.015
Walmsley, Leo. Flying and sport in East Africa / by Leo Walmsley; with an introduction by Major-General Sir Edward Northey. Edinburgh: W. Blackwood and Sons, 1920.E-book *001.004
Walsh County, North Dakota, in the world war. [Grafton, Walsh County Service Co., 1920]

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*000.765
Wannamaker, Lynwood Smith. Earning the blue stripe. [Phoenix, Ariz.: The Manufacturing Stationers, Inc., c1919]

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*001.634
War book of the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment Field Artillery, United States Army, 1917-1919. [New York: The Nation Press, Inc., 1919]

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*002.025
War book of the University of Wisconsin: Papers on the causes and issues of the war / by members of the faculty. Madison: University of Wisconsin, 1918.

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*000.067
War Camp Community Service (U.S.) What New York did for fighting men through New York War camp community service in the world-war of 1917-1919. New York [1919?]

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*002.132
War history, Tide Water Companies / told by those who served their country and Tide Water; Frances M. Buente, editor. New York: Tide Water Oil Co., c1920.
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*002.478
War lectures from the spirit world / by General Grant and others. Los Angeles: Ideal Publishing Co., [c1918]

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*000.028
War nurse’s diary [A]: sketches from a Belgian field hospital. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1918.

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*001.342
War of democracy, the allies’ statement; chapters on the fundamental significance of the struggle for a new Europe [The] / prepared by Rt. Hon. Viscount Bryce [and others]. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Page, 1917.

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*000.029
War of liberation [A]. New York: George H. Doran, 1917.

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*001.160
War of the nations [The]: portfolio in rotogravure etchings / compiled from the Mid-week Pictorial. New York: New York Times, Co., 1919.

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*001.951
War on hospital ships [The], with narratives of eyewitnesses, and British and German diplomatic correspondence. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1918.

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*000.629
War poems from the Yale Review / with a foreword by the editors. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1919.

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*001.663
War service text-book for Indiana high schools, suggested by the State Council of Defense … approved by the governor, authorized by the State Board of Education / ed. by Horace Ellis … [and] Ellis U. Graff. [Indianapolis: State Board of Education, c1918]
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Warbasse, James Peter. The great war. Brooklyn, N.Y., [1914]

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Ward, Herbert D. Italy’s aim in the world war. Chicago: Italian-American News Bureau, [1919?]

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Ward, Humphry, Mrs. England’s effort; letters to an American friend / by Mrs. Humphry Ward, with a preface by Joseph H. Choate. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1916.
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*003.125
Ward, Humphry, Mrs. Towards the goal / by Mrs. Humphrey Ward … with a preface by Theodore Roosevelt. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1918.

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Ward, Humphry, Mrs. Towards the goal / by Mrs. Humphry Ward … with a preface by Theodore Roosevelt. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1917.

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*001.042
Ward, Humphry, Mrs. England’s effort: letters to an American friend / by Mrs. Humphry Ward, with a preface by Joseph H. Choate. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1916.

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*001.635
Ward, John. With the “Die-hards” in Siberia / by Colonel John Ward. New York: George H. Doran Company, [c1920]

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*002.323
Ware, Amy Robbins. Echoes of France: verses from my journal and letters / by Amy Robbins Ware … March 14th, 1918, to July 14th, 1919 and afterwards. Minneapolis, Minn.: Farnham Company, 1920.

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*001.782
Warehouse Point, Conn. Welcome home celebration to our men and women who served their country in the World War by the people of the First Voting District of East Windsor, Warehouse Point, Connecticut, August 9, 1919. Windsor Locks, CT: Journal Press, [1919].

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*000.315
Warren, Gretchen Osgood. Trackless regions: poems. Oxford: B. H. Blackwell, 1917.

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*001.938
Warren, Harold C. With the Y. M. C. A. in France; or, Souvenirs of a secretary / by Harold C. Warren, introduction by Edward W. Bok. New York: Fleming H. Revell, [c1919]
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Warren, Lansing. En repos and elsewhere over there, verses written in France, 1917-1918 / by Lansing Warren and Robert A. Donaldson, with a preface, by Major A. Piatt Andrew. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1918.

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Warren, Maude Radford. The white flame of France. Boston: Small, Maynard & Company [c1918]

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Warren, Whitney. Our friend, France: lecture given at Harvard University under the auspices of the Cercle Francais February 2, 1916. [New York, 1916]

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Warren, Whitney. The role of the Italian navy in the great war; a lecture given at the Colony Club, New York. [New York? 1920]

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Warren, Whitney. The testimony of an American citizen in France, 1914-1915: a lecture at the Ritz Hotel, December 9, 1915, for the benefit of the Secours National of France. New York: Priv. print. [Cheltenham Press], 1915.

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Washburn, Slater. One of the D <Yankee division> Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1919.

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*001.640
Washington (State). State Council of Defense. Report of the State Council of Defense to the governor of Washington covering its activities during the war. Olympia, Wash.: F. M. Lamborn, public printer, 1919.
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*003.014
Watkins, Dwight Everett. The forum of democracy / by Dwight Everett Watkins and Robert Edward Williams. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, c1917.

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*000.462
Watson, David. Revolutions coming in Europe; how will they affect America? Wilson, or who and why, the great disillusionizer. New York: E. Wolfe, c1916.

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*001.994
Watson, David. The awful American war of 1919. New York: The Loyal-American Publishing Corporation [c1916]

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*001.992
Watt, Lauchlan MacLean. The heart of a soldier. New York: George H. Doran, 1918.

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*001.641
Wattles, Willard Austin. The Funston double track. Manhattan, Kan.: N. A. Crawford, 1919.

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*001.940
Watts, Harvey Maitland. “Over there”: poems of appreciation, consolation and indignation. Philadelphia: The John C. Winston company, 1917.

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*001.941
Weaver, Thomas Bryan. Victory verses and poems of pathos. Cleveland: T. Foote, c1919.

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*001.942
Wellman, Walter. The German republic. New York: E.P. Dutton & Company [c1916]

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*000.938
Wellman, William A. Go, get ‘em! The true adventures of an American aviator of the Lafayette flying corps who was the only Yankee flyer fighting over General Pershing’s boys of the Rainbow division in Lorraine. Boston: The Page Company, 1918.

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Wells, Clifford Almon. From Montreal to Vimy Ridge and beyond. New York: George H. Doran Company [c1917]

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Wells, H. G. Italy, France and Britain at war. New York: Macmillan, 1917.

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Wells, H. G. The war that will end war. New York: Duffield & Company, 1914.

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Wells, H. G. What is coming? A European forecast. New York: Macmillan, 1917.

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Wells, H. G. What is coming? A European forecast. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1916.

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*000.466
Wentsel, Claude Eugene, ed. Norman County, Minnesota, in the world war. Ada, Minn.: Pfund and Wentsel, 1922.

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*001.987
Wentworth, Marion Craig. War brides: a play in one act / by Marion Graig [i.e., Craig] Wentworth ; illustrated with photographs from the play as presented by Mme. Nazimova. New York: Century Co., 1915.

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*000.541
West Virginia. Adjutant General’s Office. Revised list of deceased soldiers, World War, January l, 1922. West Virginia. Charleston, [1922]

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*002.257
West, Andrew Fleming. The war and education: addresses by Andrew F. West, together with a translation of the war address of M. Lafferre. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1919.

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*000.467
West, Rebecca. The return of the soldier / by Rebecca West; with illustrations by Norman Price. New York: The Century Co., 1918.

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West, William Benjamin. The fight for the Argonne, personal experiences of a “Y” man / William Benjamin West; with an introduction by Burges Johnson. New York: The Abingdon Press [c1919]

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*001.644
West, Willis M. The story of modern progress: with a preliminary survey of earlier progress. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, c1920.

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West, Willis Mason. The war and the new age. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, [c1919]

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Western Efficiency Society, Chicago. Labor problems under war conditions. [Chicago, 1918]

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Westfield, Chester Julius. The experiences of company “L,” 368th Infantry. [Nashville: The Hemphill Press, c1919]

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Westfield, Mass. Welcome Home Committee. Westfield and the world war. [Westfield: Westfield Times Co. print., 1919].

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Wetheimer, Max. “The why and the wherefore of the European war”; Bible study. Philadelphia: For sale by E. B. Unger, [c1917]

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Wettstein, Hermann. Eye-openers on the causes and inevitable results of the world-war. San Francisco, Cal., The Cosmos Publishing Co., c1916.

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Weyl, Walter E. American world policies. New York: Macmillan, 1917.
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Weyl, Walter E. The end of the war. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1918.

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Weyl, Walter E. The end of the war. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1918.

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Whale, Winifred Stephens. The France I know. New York: E.P. Dutton & Company [1919]
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Wharton, Edith, ed. The book of the homeless (Le livre des sans-foyer). New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1916.

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Wharton, Edith. Fighting France, from Dunkerque to Belfort. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1915.

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*001.645
What about the secret treaties? New York: Library of War Literature [1918?]

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Wheeler, Algar Monroe, comp. The “Honor roll” and our family’s part in the world war. [Baltimore: Printed by H. Shafer Co., c1920]
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Wheeler, Curtis. Letters from an American soldier to his father / by Curtis Wheeler, second lieutenant of field, artillery, U. S. R. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill [c1918]

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Wheeler, Harold Felix Baker. War in the underseas. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company [1919]

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Wheeler, Ruth. Wheat saving. Urbana: Pub. by the University of Illinois, under the direction of the War Committee, 1918.
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*003.020
Wheeler, William Reginald. A book of verse of the great war. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1917.

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*001.944
Whitacre, Joseph A. Marshall County in the World War, 1917-1918: a pictorial history of the community’s participation in all wartime activities with a complete roster of soldiers and sailors in service / compiled and published by Joseph A. Whitacre and W.J. Moore. [Marshalltown? Iowa]: J.A. Whitacre and W.J. Moore, [1919]
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*001.079
White, J. William. A primer of the war for Americans. Philadelphia: The John C. Winston Company, [c1914]

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White, James William. A text-book of the war for Americans. Philadelphia: The John C. Winston Company, [c1915]

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White, William Allen. The martial adventures of Henry and me. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1918.

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*001.647
Whitehair, Charles W. Out there. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1918.
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*003.087
Whitehair, Charles W. Pictures burned into my memory. Akron: Saalfield Pub. Co., c1918.

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Whitehair, Charles W. Out there. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1918.

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Whitehouse, Vira (Boarman). A year as a government agent / by Vira B. Whitehouse (Mrs. Norman de R. Whitehouse) director for Switzerland of the Committee on public information in 1918. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1920.
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Whitridge, Frederick W. One American’s opinion of the European war: an answer to Germany’s appeals. New York: E. P. Dutton & Company, [c1914]

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Whitridge, Frederick W. One American’s opinion of the European war: an answer to Germany’s appeals. New York: E. P. Dutton & Company, [c1914]

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Who is guilty? Authentical revelations from the Belgian archives regarding outbreak of the world war in the light of present times and League of nations … An eye-opener for many fair minded Americans. New York: Justitia Publishing Company, 1920.

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Who won the great war? The revelations of the late Cornelius Van Tromp turned the tide of the great war, the second day of May, 1917, and made possible the victory at sea and the victory on land … [West Hoboken, N.J., Printed by F. W. Weaver & Co.] c1921.

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Whyte, William Foote. Observations of a contract surgeon. [Menasha, Wis., 1919]

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Wicks, Perry S., comp. War record of the town of Islip, Long Island, New York; world war, 1917-1918. [Islip? 1921?]

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Wideman, Ernst G. History of Battery E, 323rd field artillery. Cleveland, Ohio: Press of the Ward and Shaw Company, 1921.
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*003.028
Wienholt, Arnold. The story of a lion hunt; with some of the hunter’s military adventures during the war / by Arnold Wienholt … with an introductory note by Lt.-Col. Humphrey Wienholt … Six drawings by Walter Seed and photographs by the author. London: A. Melrose, Ltd. [1922]E-book *001.005
Wigram, W. A. Our smallest ally: a brief account of the Assyrian nation in the Great War / by Rev. W.A. Wigram, D.D, introduction by General H.H. Austin, C.M.G., etc. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge; New York: The Macmillan Company, 1920.
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*002.438
Wilde, Percival. The unseen host, and other war plays: The unseen host, Mothers of men, Pawns, In the ravine, Valkyrie! Boston: Little, Brown, 1917.

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*000.540
Wile, Frederic William. Explaining the Britishers / by Frederic William Wile … the story of the British empire’s mighty effort in liberty’s cause. London: W. Heinemann [1918]E-book

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Wile, Frederic William. Explaining the Britishers: the story of England’s mighty effort in liberty’s cause, as seen by an American. New York: George H. Doran [c1919]

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*001.927
Wilgus, Horace L. The tragedy of thirteen days in 1914. (A review of the diplomatic correspondence preceding the world war of 1914.) An address before the Michigan State Bar Association, June 28, 1918. [Ann Arbor? 1918]

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William M. Rice Institute. Rice records in war service. [Houston, Tex.]: The Rice Institute, [1919]

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William, Crown Prince of Germany. Memoirs of the Crown Prince of Germany. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1922.

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William, Crown Prince of Germany. The memoirs of the Crown Prince of Germany. London: T. Butterworth [1922]

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Williams College. The award of the Williams Medal. [New York: De Vinne Press], 1919.

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Williams, Albert Rhys. In the claws of the German eagle. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co. [1917]

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Williams, Ashby. Experiences of the great war; Artois, St. Mihiel, Meuse-Argonne. [Roanoke, Va.: The Stone Printing and Manufacturing Co., c1919].
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*003.027
Williams, Mary Raymond, Mrs. July and August of 1914. Cleveland: [Press of the Brooks Company] 1915.

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*001.653
Williams, Paul Benjamin. United States Lawn Tennis Association and the world war / by Paul B. Williams; Preface by Major George Townsend Adee; With supplement by George W. Grupp and John A. Ferris. New York: Robert Hamilton Company, 1921.

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*002.263
Williams, Wythe. Passed by the censor: the experience of an American newspaper man in France / by Wythe Williams, with an introduction by Myron T. Herrick. New York: E.P. Dutton & Company [c1916]

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*001.654
Willmore, J. Selden. The great crime and its moral. New York: Doran, [1918?].

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Wilner, Merton Merriman. Popular history of war. Buffalo: The Matthews-Northrup Works, 1919.

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Wilson, Herbert Wrigley, 1866-1940. Convicted out of her own mouth: the record of German crimes. New York: George H. Doran Company, [1917]

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Wilson, John Edward. Russell County in the war: being a record of the war activities of the county and the part that it played in the struggle / comp. and written by Lieutenant John E. Wilson … [Topeka, Kan., Capper printing Co.] 1921.
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*001.123
Wilson, Luther B. Marshaling the forces of patriotism; a course of twelve studies for use in the church school. New York: The Methodist Book Concern, [c1918]
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*003.025
Wilson, McLandburgh. The little flag on Main Street. New York: Macmillan, 1917.

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Wilson, S. J. The Seventh Manchesters, July 1916 to March 1919 / by Captain S.J. Wilson, M. C., with a preface by the Hon. Athony M. Henley … and an introduction by Gerald B. Hurst. Manchester: The University Press; London: Longmans, Green & co., 1920.

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*001.928
Wilson, Woodrow. Address of President Wilson delivered at Washington, D.C. Washington: [Govt. print. off.], 1917.

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Wilson, Woodrow. Address of President Wilson to the American Federation of Labor convention. Washington: [Govt. Print. Off.], 1917.
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*003.023
Wilson, Woodrow. Address of President Wilson, opening the campaign in New York for the second Red Cross fund. Washington: Govt. Print. Off., 1918.
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Wilson, Woodrow. Addresses delivered by President Woodrow Wilson and Geo. A. Post before the Railway Business Association. [New York: Railway Business Association, 1916]
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Wilson, Woodrow. American neutrality. Washington: Govt. print. off., 1914.

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Wilson, Woodrow. Guarantees of peace: messages and addresses to the Congress and the people, Jan. 31, 1918 to Dec. 2, 1918, together with the peace notes to Germany and Austria. With an appendix containing the corr. text of the Armistice. New York: Harper, [1919]

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Wilson, Woodrow. Message sent by the President to the farmers’ conference at Urbana, Ill., January 31, 1918. [Washington, Govt. Print. Off., 1918]
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Wilson, Woodrow. The bases of durable peace. [Chicago, Ill.]: Union League Club of Chicago, 1918.
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Wilson, Woodrow. Address of President Wilson to the Congress of the United States. Washington: [Govt. Print. Off.] 1918.

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Wilson, Woodrow. Address of President Wilson. Washington: Govt. Print. Off., 1918.

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Wilson, Woodrow. Address of the President of the United States delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, April 19, 1916. Washington: [Govt. Print. Off.], 1916.

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Wilson, Woodrow. Address of the President of the United States delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, April 19, 1916. Washington: [Govt. print. off.], 1916.

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Wilson, Woodrow. Executive order of President Wilson establishing defensive sea areas and regulations for carrying the same into effect. Washington: Govt. print. off., 1917.

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Wilson, Woodrow. Message sent by the President to the farmers’ conference at Urbana, Ill., January 31, 1918. [Washington, Govt. print. off., 1918]

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Wilson, Woodrow. Relations with the German government. Address of the President of the United States, delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, April 19, 1916. Washington: [Govt. print. off.], 1916.

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*001.312
Wilson, Woodrow. Why we are at war: messages to the Congress. New York: Harper & Brothers [1917]

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Wilson,Woodrow. A league for peace: Address of the President of the United States. Washington: Govt, print. off., 1917.

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Wilson,Woodrow. Address of the President delivered to the Senate of the United States, January 22, 1917. Washington: Govt. Printing office, 1917.

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Wilson,Woodrow. American neutrality. Washington: Govt. print. off., 1914.

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Wilson,Woodrow. Relief of American citizens abroad. [Washington: Govt. print. off., 1914]

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Wilson,Woodrow. Relief, protection, and transportation of Americans in Europe. [Washington: Govt. print. off., 1914]

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Wilson,Woodrow. War addresses of Woodrow Wilson. Boston: Ginn and Company, [c1918]

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Wilson,Woodrow. Why we are at war: messages to the Congress. New York: Harper & Brothers, [1917]

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Winnington Ingram, Arthur F. Rays of dawn. Milwaukee: Morehouse Pub. Co., 1918.

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Wisconsin. Department of Public Instruction. Suggestions on organization of school societies and Junior Red Cross work in the public schools. Madison, Wis., 1918.
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Wister, Owen. The Pentecost of calamity. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1915.

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Woehlke, Walter Victor. Union labor in peace and war. San Francisco: Sunset Publishing House, [c1918]
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Wolfe, Samuel Herbert. In service. [Washington?]: Printed for private distribution, 1922.

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Wonderful Stories. Winning the V. C. in the great war. New York: E. P. Dutton and Company, [1918]

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Wood, Charles. Turkey and the war. [Washington: W. F. Roberts Co., 1915]
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Wood, Eric Fisher. The note book of an attache: seven months in the war zone / by Eric Fisher Wood. With illustrations from photographs. New York: A. L. Burt Company [1915]

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Wood, Eric Fisher. The note-book of an attache: seven months in the war zone / by Eric Fisher Wood; illustrated with fifteen photographs by the author and facsimiles of four official documents. New York: The Century Co., 1915.

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*000.827
Wood, Eric Fisher. The note-book of an intelligence officer. New York: The Century Co., 1917.

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*001.658
Wood, T. B. Food economy in war time. Cambridge: University Press, 1915.

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Wood, Walter. In the line of battle: soldiers’ stories of the war / ed. by Walter Wood. New York: Brentano’s, 1916.

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*001.659
Woods, Henry Charles. The cradle of the war. Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1918.

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*000.683
Woodward, Houston. A year for France: war letters of Houston Woodward. New Haven, Conn.: Yale Publishing Association, Inc., 1919.

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*001.660
Woodwark, George Graham. Great Britain for democracy: a speech delivered at Chicago, September 25th, 1918, at the convention of the American Bankers’ Ass’n., by Lt. Col. G.G. Woodwark of the British Army. [New York: The Press of Civil Service Printing Co., 1918]

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*001.930
Wooldridge J. W. The rock of the Marne, a chronological story of the 38th regiment, U. S. infantry. [Columbia, S.C.: The University Press, c1920]
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*003.038
Worcester Academy, Worcester, Mass. [Worcester Academy in the war]. Worcester, Mass., 1918.

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*002.266
World [The] (New York). 100 World news achievements in the world war, including the only full interview granted by the pope to any newspaper; the only personal declaration transmitted by the Kaiser to any newspaper; the only personal narrative in any newspaper by the famous U-boat commander, Weddigen; the only description in any neutral newspaper of a personal visit to Krupps of Essen; the only newspaper account of the visit of a writer to the German war fleet; the only long newpaper interview with King Albert of Belgium; and five important exclusive revelations of German secret activities in the United States. New York: The World, 1916.

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*000.053
World peril [The]: America’s interest in the war / by members of the faculty of Princeton university. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1917.
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*002.476
World War [The]: an editorial record of American participation, from the editorial columns of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat. St. Louis, Mo.: The Globe Printing Company, [c1919]
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*002.475
World war at a glance [The]: essential facts concerning the great conflict between democracy and autocracy. Chicago: Laird & Lee, [c1918].

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*000.031
World war for liberty [The]: a comprehensive and authentic history of the war by land, sea and air / editors, Francis Rolt-Wheeler, Frederick E. Drinker. Philadelphia: National Publishing Co., [c1919]

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*000.367
Wright, Peter E. At the Supreme War Council. New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1921.

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*000.491
Wright, Richardson Little. Letters to the mother of a soldier. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, [c1918]

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*000.492
Wright, William R., ed. A history of the Sixty-sixth field artillery brigade, American expeditionary forces. [Denver: Printed by the Smith-Brooks Printing Co., 1919]
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*003.037
Wyckoff, Don A. Smiles and tears of foreign war. Lamoni, Ia.: Print. by Herald Publishing House, c1919.

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*001.947
Wycoff, Minnie Elizabeth, ed. Ripley County’s part in the world war, 1917-1918 / compiled under the direction and censorship of the Ripley County Historical Society; ed. by Minnie Elizabeth Wycoff. Batesville, Ind., 1920.
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*001.049

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