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INDEX

SUBJECT

OF

THE

BOOKS

RELATING TO THE EUROPEAN WAR,


1914-1918,

ACQUIRED BY THE BRITISH

MUSEUM,

1914-1920.

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PRINTED

r.Y OPtDET^

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OE THE TPUSTEES

Sold at the British Museum and by IMessrs. Longmans & Co., 89, Paternoster Row. E.C. 4
P.KRXAiin QuAPJTrH, Ltd., 11, Grafton Street, New Bond Street, W. 1
and
;

HuMPHEEY

AfiLFORi), Oxford University Press,

LONDON

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The

EFACE

prosent Index rogistcrs

all tho books aud priutod docuiuetibs relating


Great War acquired by the British Museum from tho beginning of
August 1914 to the close of 1920, including the entries already printed in
tho Subject Index of Modern Works acquired in the years 1911-1915.
It
also registers the books and documents connected with the Peace and
EcGonstruction issued and acquired in the same period. It thus forms the

Lo the

War which has yet been


arrangement which have been found
to work well in the previous volumes of tho general Subject Index have
been applied to this many-sided subject to the best of the ability of the
compilers.
An effort has been made to break up the larger headings by
grouping together books written in the languages of each of the combatant
countries aud neutrals, aud again by keeping together the books of the
same year to mark the stages of the conflict at which they were written.
A conspectus of the headings and sub-headings follows this Preface, and an
largest contribution to the bibliography of the

The general

jniblished.

principles of

alphabetical index to sub-headings

is

printed at the end of the text.

books having already been entered in the General Catalogue

Books under

their

of

The

Printed

authors or the authorities which issued them, tho

provision of an Index of Authors has been regarded as a luxury of which

circumstances do not permit.

While the poetry of the War aud religious books have been admitted,
form of war novels is not hero registered. Regimental news-

liction in the

papers are entered, but the vast contribution to the literature of the

made by

the periodical Press of

all

countries

is

War

necessarily excluded.'

Index registers cartoons it omits the war posters used


and subscription to war loans. At the beginning
of the War some arrangements were made for collecting such posters
issued in our own and allied countries, but the effort was abandoned in
order not to duplicate work which w'as being done by tho Imperial War
Museum. A tine collection of French posters which had been acquired
has been transferred, on account of its artistic interest, to the Department
of Prints and Drawings.
This Index has been compiled by Mr. Lawrence Taylor, Mr. Philip
Wilson, Mr. W. A. Smith, and Mr. L. A. Sheppard, with the help of Mr.
F. D. Sladen for Hungarian books and headings and of Mr. L. C. Wharton
for Slavonic.
The entire work, including the revision of the proofs, has
been done under the superintendence of Mr. R. F. Sharp, Senior Deputy
Keeper. Valuable help has also been given by Mr. W. A. Marsden.
Finally, while the

to stimulate recruiting

A.
February,

W. POLLARD.

192'2.

This opportunity may be taken to muution tliat the great collection of foreign
newspapers .accumulated at Watergate House for the purpose of compiliug the Daili/
licview of the L'orciijn Press during the War was presented, when this Department of
the War Oflice was closed down, to the Trustees of the British Museum, and has now
been bound and made available for use.
'

AEBANGEMENT.
L-BIBLIOGRAPHY.
IL MILITARY AND NAVAL HISTORY.
III. -POLITICAL AND SOCIAL HISTORY.
IV.-GENERAL AND MISCELLAV.

NEOUS WORKS.
PEACE AND RECONSTRUC-

Military

Armies-

ARUANGEMENT,
and

Military

Navnl

History

Oililillli.rtl.

(/)

COLLECTIVE

BIOGRAPHIES

AND

HANDBOOKS

Military and Naval History. -Personal Experiences and Diaries


Letters and Memoirs r,,(inn'd.
yxny.

Spanish Works
Swedish Works
Swiss Works

DIC-

TIONARIES
if/)

(/()

....

ROLLS OF HONOUR

MEDICINE
Bi'itish

(/t)

....

Army
and

Belgian

Armies

Works

III.

(1)

ExiJeriencos,

Official

Documents

....
....
Unsnian Front.
Balkan Front ....
Mcaopolaniia and

F'j'lj't

INTERNATIONAL POLITICS
INTERNATIONAL LAW

((/)

POLITICAL AND CONTRO-

(h)

Western Front

West

British

Memoirs
and
New

lOii

Straits Settlements

102
lOii

Balkan States
Belgium

10:J

Greece

101
l05
105
105
107
115

Hungary

115

Bulgaria

Experiences,

Egypt
France

etc.

Eastern Front

lOJ

Austria

....

Italian Front

Germany

Africa

Letters and Memoirs


Italian Works
.

Russian Works.

American Works

Italy

115

Lithuania

Montenegro
Poland

Roumania

German Works

117

.117

....

Russia

Exi^eriences,

Slavonic Races

....
....
Balkan Front ....

Turkey
Ukraine

Mesopotamia and

U.S.A
South America
Neutral Covintries

Africa, South, East,

Asia

and

....

lUii,

(<)

Aubtro-Hungarian Works
Danish Works
Dutch Works

....
....

124

124
124

SERVICE
SECRET
ESPIONAGE
.

(/)

PROPAGANDA

12U
120
121

Jews
Memoirs

ll'J

Ul

West

118

ll'J

Africa

117

lis
IIU

Sei'bia

etc.

General
Western Front
Italian Front
Russian Front

Eijijpt

'J7

'JS

India

'j;j

Canada

Works
Canadian Works
South African Works
Belgian Works
French Works

Empire

Great Britain

Waster n Front

VERSIAL WORKS RE
LATING TO INDIVIDUAL COUNTRIES

Ead, and

Africa, Houtlt,

China
Letters and

bl

bj

Unofficial Publications

Italian Front

Personal

POLITICAL AND CONTROVERSIAL WORKS


{<i) CAUSES OF THE WAR

Cloicral

Australian
Zealand

82

POLITICAL AND SOCIAL


HISTORY.

Personal

7'J

PERSONAL EXPERIENCES AND


DIARIES: LETTERS AND
MEMOIRS

Letters and

7'J

Enemy

Countries
Persons interned in Neuti*al Countries
Refugees

7'J

Enemy Prisoners in Allied

etc.

....

Countries

Army
Roumanian Army
Russian Army
Serbian Army
U.S.A. Army

Personal

7'J

PRISONERS AND REFUGEES


Prisoners General Works
Allied Prisoners in

Italian

British

7'J

...

French

German Army

lO

AND
126
12(j

ARRANGEMENT.
and

Political

History

Social

continunl
(2)

Political
pagk

INDUSTRY
ECONOMICS
TRADE: FINANCE
(a) Economics
:

(b)

Ti-ade

and Industry
.

(c)

nalism

Finance

(/)

War Loans

(</)

Food

13-i
.

131

135

and

Trade

War
(i)

(3)

137

Munitions

138

SOCIAL HISTORY
(a) General Works on the
Social Life of Various Countries

Europe

138

Great Britain and Ire13'j


land
Austria
110
.141
Balkan States
.

Belgium

141

Bulgaria

141

Denmark

141

Finland
France

141

Germany

144

Greece
Holland

147

141

147

Italy

147

Livonia

Luxemburg
Norway

....

147

147
147
147

Poland
Portugal
Rovimania
Russia

147
.

.143

148
148

Serbia

Spain

148

Sweden

148

Switzerland

....

Turkey
Ukraine

Jews
Asia

148
149

..'.....

Africa
Zealand.

New

Canada
U.S.A
South America

148

149
149
149
149

149
149
.

.150

and

Women

1-53

151

Monuments
Pictorial Art

and

Control

War

Arts and Literature


(i) Art General Works
.151
Art Treasures and

13 j

Prodviction

Blockade

The
(c)

Money, Prices

151

152

TheWar and Socialism

132

Credit,
Exchanges, Instirance,

Censorship.

thropy

131

Taxation
Banking,

151

The War and Philan-

1^1

General
Separate Conntrics

(//)

....

12'J

150

1-30

The War and Freemasonry


The War and Jour-

12.S

General
Separate Cuunhies
(d)

tion

127

General

(c)

Special

The War and Drink


The War and Educa-

127
.

Separate Cuaniricy

iai;k

Life
Social
Subjects

General
SciKiratc Cozmtrics
(6)

and Social History. Social

History- -rn/;/i7/c('.

(ii)

155

155

Drama and Music

ARRANGEMENT.
General and Miscellaneous
on the W&Y~n,tinnf'<l

Works

v.w.v.

Sweden

ISU

Switzerland

J8U

U.S.

v. PEACE

Peace and Reconstruction wji^'/if/w?. j.aok


.180
League of Nations

Cencral Worhs
Territorial Arrangemontf^
11 r Criminals
Indemnities
Ecoiumiic Conseijnencrs.

PEACE

St.

....
....

181

AND RECONSTRUC-

and
Peace
Negotiations
181
Prospects
Treaties of Brest-Litovsk
.18.5
and Bucharest
18')
Armistice
President Wilson and the
185
Fourteen Points

of Versailles,

Germain and Sevres

TION
(1)

Treaties

Peace Celebrations
IJ)

ISfi

188

189
189

U)0

.190

RECONSTRUCTION
General Works
Reconstruction in
ous Countries

.190
Vari.

I9l

BOOKS EELATING TO
THE EUEOPEAK WAE. 1914-1918.
Bibliography <()*,/////(((?.

I. BIBLIOGRAPHY.

List of Publications
issued by H.M. Stationery Office in connection
with, events arising from the State of War.

Enolaxd.

Stationery

Office.

011903.

1914-16.

5 pt.

Lange

W.

(F.

and Berry (W.

T.)

on the Great War.

&

Grafton

Books/

vol.

BB.M.

Co., 19 15- 16.

d.

(G. W.) Catalogue of War PublicaC'omiJrising works published to June,


J. Murray, igi-j. BB.M. c. 8.

pp.259.

1910.

European* War. A Bulletin of Recent Books


on the Great War. pp. 11.
Alabaster, Passmore d- Sons, 19 18.

01190.3. cc. 23.

Eltropean ^VAR.

Les Livres de la Guerre,


aout 1916. pp. 178. 19 16.
011903. bb. 1.
PubHcations sur la Guerre, 1914-1915.

aoiit 1914,

pp. 126.

11902. aaa. 26.

9 16.

Manuel
Litterature de Guerre.
methodique et critique des publications de
langue franfaise, 1914-1916.
2 torn.
1918.
011903. aa. 7.
Leblaxc (H.) Collection H. Leblanc, destinee
iconographie,
La Grande Guerre
a TEtat.
W.P. 4157.
bibliographic.
1916, etc.

\'ic

La

(J.)

Lyons. Bibliolheque. Catalogue du Fonds de


contribution a line bibUographie
la Guerre
generale de la Guerre.
191 7, etc. W.P. 4502.
:

EscALLE

la

Essai de bibUographie meGuerre de 1914. pp. 190.

W.P. 3144.

Saint-Jean-de-Losne, 1918.

UiEDERicHS

Zur

(E.)

deutschen Kultur nach

II. MILITARY

011903. c. 11.
BuDDECKE (A.) KriegsHteratur
eine systematische Zusammenstellung ausgewahlter
Biicher und Schriften iiber den Weltkrieg.
Leipzig, 191 7.
011903. c. 10.
pp. 31.
:

(J.)

Die deutsche KriegsUteratur.

Wegweiser durch die wichtigsten Wci-ke


die Problcme des Weltkrieges.
jip. 49.
Dresden, 191

11901.

7.

iiber

GENERAL

48.

Biicherei
verboten gewesener
Kriegsschriften.
Deutsche Kulturdenkmaler

dem

Weltkrieg.

Munchen, 19 19, etc.


W.P. 6140.

LuMBROso

(A.)
BibHografia ragionata
guerra delle nazioni. Rorna, 1920, etc.

della
4.

W.P. 5437.

Vdadislavlev
Boiint

1914

DzoNir

HISTORIES.

English Works.
England.

Naval and

Admiralty.

roja.

V.)
I'ycciuia
jiiTepaTypa
MocKea,\<)i^,etc.
W.P. 3736.

(I.

(U.)
Dpiuoaii
rpn'Mijii.
Himcen, 1918.
.j'l loouHtj 1918.]

Military

Despatches relating to operations in the War.


1914,

W.P. 2779.

etc.

England.

Comnuttee of Iiwperial Defence.


History of the Great War

Historical Section.

based on

Official

Documents.

1920,

etc.

2388.

jyrociOBencKOJ

Oiiu.iiio-

[apocoema.
A.i.Maiia.r
9082. d. 2.

f.

England.

Ministry of Information.
Chronology of the War. 4 vol. Constable, igi8~2o.

Arnoux

(A.)

Boston, 1915,

f.

The European War.


W.P. 3471.

etc.

Bridge (F. M.) A Short History of the Great


World War. pp. 256. H. F. W. Deane, 19 19.
9081. g. 25.
(J.)
The Long Road to Victorv.
09084. b. 3.
pp. 366. T. Nelson, 1920.
Nelson's History of the War.
24 vol.
9084. de. 1.
T. Nelson, 1 915-19.
Cana (F. R.) The Great War in Europe. 8 vol.
4".
9084. f. 8.
Virtue cfc Co., 1915-20.

BuCHAN

Eaton (W.

b.

BuECHEREi.
aus

AND NAVAL

HISTORY.

2087.

Neuorientierung der
Kriege.
Richt-

dem

linien in Gestalt eines Biicher-Verzeichnisses des


V^erlages E. Diederichs.
pp. 87. Jena, 19 15.

HoHLFELD

26.

011904. aaa. 27.


List of Works on
City Library.
1914-17.
War Taxation,
pp. 14.
191 7.
11907. p. 1/78.
List of Works on the Diplomatic History
19 17.
of the European War.
pp. 21.
11907. p. 1/81.
U.S.A. Congress Library. The United States
Organizations and literature, pt. 1.
at War.
9084. f. 13.
Washington, 1917.
A Check List of the Literature and other
material in the Library of Congress on the
European War. pp. 293. Washington, 1918.
11903. a. 17.
A List of Atlases and Maps applicable to
the World War. pp. 202. Washington, 191 8.
011903. dd. 20.

P.)

(C.

thodique de

k.

York.

P.P. Paris. Le Musee et TEncyclopedie de la


P.P. 4025. au.
Guerre.
19 16, etc.

011907.

Washington, City of. Public Library. Books


on the European War. Washington, D.C., 1914.

New

1.

Prothero
tions.

Columbia, District of. Public Library. Selected


Books on the Eurojiean War. pp. 10.
Washington, 1914.

10.

CO.

T.)

D.) and

History of the

Read

\\'orld

Complete
(H. C.)
5 vol.
09084. bb. 14.

War.

Chicago, 1919.

European War. A Chapter on

the Great War,

to accomjDany Histories of the United States.


9083. a. 61.
pp.24. A\r., 1919.
The Great War. A history for schools.
pj).

Bombay, 191 9.

152.

Fletcher
sketch,

pp. 199.

09083.

The Great War.

(C. R. L.)

J.

a.

Murray, 1920.
09084. aa.

Flower
14 vol.

75.

brief
2.

The History of the Great War.


Waverley Book Co., 1915-21.

(N.)

9085. ee.

1.

EUROPEAN WAR,

Military and Naval History. General


Histories. English 'Wor^s continued.
London. The War. no. 1-3. 19 14.

Military and Naval History. General


Histories. English Wor'ks continued.
(E. S.) The Great War. pp. 361.

Grew

[European History,

1920.

vol.

P.P.

9084. c. 10.
Hanes y Rhyfel Ewropseud.
pp. 80. Caerfyrddin, 1914- 4.
9081. f. 16.
Chardon (H.) The Great War. pp. 30.
9083. ee. 2.
Paris, 19 1 5.

6.]

Talfynydd,

W.P. 5461/6.
Notes on the War
a Short
History from month to month, pp. 395.

Hallam
Sidcup,

Halsey
of

(G. H.)

peaidd.

914-19.

9083. df. 20.

16.

W.) The Literary Digest History


'
the World War. 10 vol. X. Y., 1919-20.
(F.

Harper

History of the Great War,


(B.)
to Aug. 1915.
pp.545. iV.y., 1916.
9082. ff. 41.
Hammerton (J. A.) " The War Illustrated "
Librarv.
2 noi I. Amalgamated Press, 19 15.
9083. de. 46.
P.P.
London. John Bull. John Bull's Diarv
9083. de. 17.
of the War.
1915.
pp. 214.

Harper's Pictorial Library of


X.Y., 1920, etc. 9084. g. 10.
A Brief History of the Great
09084. b. 2.
War.
pp.461. iV.y., 1920.
Knight (W. S. M.) History of the Great European War its causes and effects. 10 vol.
9085. e. 1.
C'axton Publ. Co., 1914-20.
Lucas (J.) The World Fight for Freedom,
9082. aaa. 26..
pp. 133. Glasgow, 19 19.
]\1ackenzie (D. a.)
The Story of the Great
Blackie tt- Son, 1920.
\\a.v.
pp. 288.
09083. bb. 70.
MacKinley (A. E.) A School History of the
Great War. pi>. 192. .V. 7., 19 18.
)

World War.

the

H.)

(C. J.

9082. df. 58.

MUMBY

The Great World War:

a
Gresham Publ. Co., 1915-20.

(F.

history.

9081. f. 10.
History of the War.
E. C. Jack, 1920.
9084. f. 11.
P.P. London.
The Times. The Times Documentary History of the War. 191 7, etc.
W.P. 4325.
The Times History of the War. 21 vol.
1914-20.
9085. f. 1.
C.)

T. C.

db

O'Neill (H.
pp. 1064.

New

New York

Times. The New


of the European
P.P. 4048. bd.
Pollard (A. F.) A Short History of the Great
War. pp. 411. Methuen, 1920. 09083. a. 19.
RowE (J. G.) A Popular History of the Great
War. pp. 656. J. A. Sharp, 1919.
9082. bbb. 30.
Rowe (R. p. p.) a Concise Chronicle of Events
of the Great War.
P. Allan, 1920.
pp. 343.
09083. bb. 55.
SouzA (C. de) Count, and MacFall (C. H. C.)
Germany in Defeat
a strategic history
of
'
the War. 4 vol.
Kegan Paul, 19 15-19.
P.P.

York.

York Times Current History


War.

iV.r., 1914-18.

9081.

c.

2.

Usher

(R. G.) The Story of the Great War.


09083. cc. 64.
ip. 350. N.Y.,igig.
Wjlson (H. W.) The Great War. 13 vol.
1914-19. 4.
9085. b. 1.

Atteridge (A. H.) The First Phase of the


Great War. pp. 244. 1914. [Graphic Extras.']
Battine (C.) Military History
The Campaign of 1914. vol. i.
II odder d; Stoughton, 191 6.

European War.

pp. 186.
Library.]

191 4.

Magnus
to

(L.)

of

the
[Daily Chronicle
9084. df. 11.

The World's Greatest War.


Toronto, 1914.

pp. 47.
9083. ee. 5.

The Third Great War

Modern History,

pp. 187.

Redruth.
The Cornubian War Photo
P.P. 6019. ffg.
Redruth, 19 15. 4.

P.P.
I

Special.

Wallace

in relation
Bristol, 19 14.

9082. de. 9.

of the War,
despatches from Gen.
G. Newnes, igi^-ie,.

Standard History

(E.)

comprising the
French. 4 vol.

Wyrall

official

Europe

(E.)

history,

Wright

vol. 1.

Arms.

in

9085. de. 2.
A concise

d: Co., 19 15.

4.

9081.

Belloc (J. H. P.) A General Sketch


European War. The First Phase, pp.

f.

15.

of the
284.

[Nelson^s Continental Library.]

1916.

W.P. 3079/14.
The
The World at War.
(.L N.)
narrative to Dec. 1916.
pp. 137.
Bombay, 1917,
9083. a. 14.
Murray (A. M.) The " Fortnightly " History

Eraser

War. To July 1916. pp.


Chapman & Hall, 1916.
Strang (H.) The War on Land.
of the

Hodder

d:

403.
9084. bb. 10.

09076.

Stoughton, 1916.

g.

20.

Dutch Works.
Hageman

(F.)
Europa in vuur en vlam. De
Groote Oorlog van 1914 in woord en beeld.
no. 1.
Amsterdam, 1914. 4.
9084. f. 3.
Mullek (P.J.) De Europeesche Oorlogsbrand.

Rotterdam, 19 15.
9084. f. 4.
(H. p.)
and Brands (G. A.) De
geillustreerde geschiedenis.
2 dl.
Amsterdam, 1915.
9084. e. 33.
P.P.
Villaines.
Dc Oorlog. no. 1-288.
Villaines, 191 5. fol.
P.P. 4039. z.
Dl.

1.

Geerke
Oorlog

JIeester (W. a. T. de) Gedenkboek van den


Europeeschen Oorlog. 4 dl.
Leiden, 1914-20.

De

Zijp (A.)

9085.

fol.

Wereldoorlog.

62

g.

6.

pt.

9083. dd. 10.

Utrecht, 1915-20.

French Woi'ks.
Benoist (C.) L'Europe en
la Grande Guerre.
19 17,

BujAC

feu.

Chroniqucs de

etc.

W.P. 4470.

Premieres contributions a
(J.
]S.)
I'histoire de la Grande Guerre. 4 pt.
1916-19.

Cornet

L.

(L.)

Geffroy
9084. bb. 11.

The Great Battles

Great War.

War

9083. d. .5/1.
of the War.

Davenport

09084. aaa. 3.
Hamilton (D. E.) How the Fight was Won.
A general sketch of the Great War. pp. 85.
Toronto, 1920.
09084. aa. 52.

Hayes

1914-1918.

2 torn.

9081. aa. 2.
Histoire de la Guerre.
1915, e<r,
W.P. 3115.

(G.)

La Prance heroTquc

1916,19.

fol.

et ses allies.

9085. h.

GiNiSTY (P.) and Gagneur (M.) Histoire de


Guerre par les Combattants. 1917, ete.

2.

la

W.P. 4640.

Hanotaux
de

1914.

(G.) Histoire illustree


4.
1914, et<:.

Jean-Bernard,
anecdotique do

de

la

Guerre

W.P.

249.

Histoire generale et
guerre de 1914.
1915,6^.

^j^ewrf.

la

W.P. 3447

EUROPEAN WAR, 1914-1918.


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1914-1915

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09084. dd. 1.
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Milano, 19 15-19.
W.P. 3185.

Mantegazza

Illustrated

Newnes, 1915.

pp. 168.

11527. g. 40.

4400.

HISTORIES OF SPECIAL PERIODS.


Serbo-Croatian Works,
Gnjatovic (M.)
Toronto, 1918.

Cpuiija y KpBii

11

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09082.

Atteridge
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Lazarevii' (L.) BejeuiKe h3 OKynnpanor Beorpa^a,


1915-1918. pp. 144. Eeoipad, 1919.
09084. aa. 43.
Maksimovio (S.) J'cnoMciieBaOKynaunje HeMaiEe,
AycTpHJCKe 11 ByrapcKe, 1914 1918. pp. 117.
Eeoipao, 1979.
09084. aa. 44.

(A.

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The World Wide War.

Philip d Sons, 1915.


9082. de. 21.
T. Mits the Man in the Street
his Journal, pp. 103. Kimberley, 19 15.
9083. ff. 4.
England. Britain's Part in the War. The first
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pp. 261.

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R., S.
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Campbell

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Impressions of the war on the fortress frontier
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causes,
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beige,

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L'immortelle melee.

Dawson

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9((8J. e. 17.

et ses
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Army. La Campagne de I'Armee


31 Juillet 19141 Janvier 1915. pp. 166.

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1916.
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und

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Berlin, 1920.

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River.
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Marne,

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6.

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Der Tod von Ypern

die

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Italy.

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191 -1918.

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LuccHi

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of Italv.

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J.,

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GixzKEY

Die Front in

(F. C.)

ScAPiNELLi

Milano, 1915.
Barzixi (L.) A1 Fronte. Maggio
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Bolofjna, 1916.
9083. ff. 22.

Mazzucato
sei

RoviTO

(T.) Oltre gli antichi confini. pp. 189.


Napoli, 191 5.
9083. ee. 22.
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Dalle Al^ii Retiche alie Alpi Giulie, agosto
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9083. ff. 23.
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giugno 1916.

pp. 354.

d'ltaUa,

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Milano, 1916.

09083. aaa. 18.


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09082. a. 22.

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7.

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d'ltaUa. Dal Trentino


1916. pp. 352.
09083. aaa. 76.

novembre

La conquista

di Gorizia.

Firenze, 1916.

PALLAvfeRi

9083. g. 33.

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09083. bb. 63.

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09083. aaa. 78.

La

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09082. c. 50.
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09082. c. 57.
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pp. 126.
09083. aa. 1.5.

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Von der Adria bis
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reichisch-itaUenischen Front, pp. 136.
09082. aa. 45.
Milnchen, 1916.

(E.)
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guerro fine a Caporetto. pp. 222. Bari, 1919.
09083. bb. 61.
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ottobre

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09084. aaa. 20.

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Baroxe

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P13.

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Capello

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Toritw, 1919.

pp. 254.

HoDY
Ijp.

continued.

Come abbiamo vinto.


Lo
(P.)
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Painted by
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C. Black, 1920.

Allex (W.)

13

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(C.)

Tirol in Waffen.

pp.119.

Milnchen, 1915.

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Berlin, 191 7.

Unsere Kampfe im Siiden. Episoden aus den Kampfen der osterreichischungarischen Wehrmacht im Weltkrieg 1914/17.
9083. g. 42.
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18.

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Lipton {Sir T.

Smith (Gordon G.) Through the Serbian Campaign.


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9081. de. 35.
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09082. a. 28.
Hegeler (W.) Der Siegeszug durch Serbien.
Berlin, 1916.
09083. a. 27.
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Immanuel

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9083.

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OiPiKO

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09084. aa. 42.


Bulgaria en la gueri-a europea.
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09083. d. 21.

Dardanelles.

England.

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Hamilton {Sir Ian S. M.) Ian Hamilton's Despatches from the Dardanelles, pp. 254.
Newnes, 1917.
9082. a. 11.

Ian Hamilton's Final Despatch, pp. 128.


Newnes, 1916.
09076. de. 81.

The Dardanelles. An epic told in pictures.


Description of the Oj^erations from General
Sir I. Hamilton's Despatch, pp. 110.
1916.
9083. de. 17.
GaUipoli Diary. 2 vol. E. Arnold, 1920.
9082. c. 22.
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Stanojeviu (G. M.) Le bombardenient de I'Universite de Belgrade, pp. 20. 1915. 4.

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9082. d. 2.

.{.i.uaiiax

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Marjanovii''

Orient, aux Darpp. 244. 19 15.


9083. gg. 18.
L'heroifque Serbie.
pp. 31.
1915.

a. 49.

jvrocMOBenL'i;oj6ii0.iiiorpa*iijii.

[Iljxiceem-i.

19 8.

La Guerre en

(G.)

pp. 71.

09082.

ni)ii.io.'iii

danelles et dans les Balkans,

DoMERGUE

(;ep6ei;aa ro.iroea.

I.)

Mocnea, 1916.

Dzonk'

Dardanelles, 1914-1918.
<& Stoughton, 191 7, 19.

2 vol.

09082.

c.

26.

Dardanelles.
The Dardanelles, their story
and their significance in the Great War.
pp. 168.

A. Melrose, 1915.

De Loghe
pp. 301.

FORTESCUE

The

(S.)

J.

9136. bbb. 53.

Straits Impregnable.

Murray, 191 7.

09082.

cc.

19.

Russia, the Balkans and the


284. A. Melrose, 19 15.
9082. f. 47.
What of the Dardanelles ? An analysis.
pp. 91. Hodder & Stoughton, 1915. 9082. gg. 7.
Masefield (J.) Gallipoli. pp. 183. 19x6.
09082. aa. 8.
Nevinson (H. W.) The Dardanelles Campaign.
09082. c. 25.
Nisbet <fc Co., 1918.
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pj).

VViLKiNSON (N. L.) The Dardanelles


colour
sketches from GalUpoh. pp. 118.
9082. g. 15.
Longmans, 19 15. 4".
BuLEY (E. C.) A Child's History of Anzac.
pp. 231. Hodder Jb Stoughton, 19 16.
:

09082. CO.

BiGwoOD

(G.)
torials in Gallipoli.

Cooper

7.

The Lancashire Fighting Terri-

(B.)
The
Gallipoli. pp. 272.

pp. 155.

Tenth

Newnes, 1916.

(Irish)

09082. a. 31.
Division in

H. Jenkins, 19 18.
9082.

a.

6.

EUROPEAN WAR,

1914 1918.

15

Military and Naval History. Histories


of the War on Various Fronts.

Military and Naval History. Histories


of the War on Various Fronts.^

Dardanelles ,-o?)rmef?.
Hanna (H.) The Pals at Suvla Bay

F., R.-J.,

record of "

Dublin

"

Company

Eastern Front
being the

of the 7th

Royal

Dublin, igi'j. 4.
9082. g. 38.
SOHULER (P. F. E.) Australia iii Arms. pp. 328.
T. Fisher Umvin, igi6.
9082. ee. 27.
Fusiliers,

pp.

24.3.

pp. 217.

(F.)
The
Zealauders at GallipoU.
[Official History of
pp. 330. Aiickla)id, 19 19.
Zealand's Effort in the Great War. vol. 1.]

Hanslik

au jour

DoMERGUE

pp. 353.

09083. bb. 57.


Orient, aux

les

Balkans,

Floericke

La

(C.)

defense de I'Orient et
1918.
9083.

de I'Angleterre. pp. 62.

Tanner

L'expedition des Dardanelles,


pp. 133.
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9083. ee. 39.
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09083. c. 53.
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09083. aa. 51.

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:

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9083. aa. 21.

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Hood

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S.)

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4"".
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ment

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09084. bb. 11.

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09083. bb. 1.
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09083. b. 10.
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Bravetta

Alcune

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9083. de. 24.
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roja,

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With the Fleet in the Dardanelles during the campaign in the Spring of
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Price (W. H.)

09076. gg. 70.

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09076. ff. 52.
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navale. pp. 288. 19 16.
9081. ee. 26.

AViETmG

e.

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La Guerre

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the

pp. 32.

obi. 8.

1914-16.

TouDOUZE

Shell-Fii-e

Hartlepools, Scarborough and Whitby.


West Hartlepool, 19 15.
09076.
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of the

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Verner

F... (H.)

Murray, 19 19.
9082. bb. 38.

Cooper (H. E. H.

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9081. g. 10.
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1915.
1920.

From

C.)

Heligoland to Keehng Island


one hundred
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9085. de. 1/19.
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The Bombardment of Madras, 22

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Daveluy

War

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HrRD
i

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19

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naval incidents during the


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9081.

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of Jutland Bank, May 31June 1, 1916. The
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H. Milford, 19 16.
9083. ee. 36.
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Bingham {Hon.

E, B. S.)

and the Bight, pp.

BucHAN
Nelson

db So7is,

Hornby (W.
St.

19 17.

St. J. S.)

09083. b. 26.
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J.

Murray, 1919.

9082. bb. 38.


pp. 44.
09083. aaa. 53.
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The Battle

(J.)

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155.

of Jutland,

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09083. bb. 50.

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09084. aa. 20.
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Burrup

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1916. fol.

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9081. h.

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9083. a. 34.
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L.) More Sea Fights of the Great


War, including the Battle of Jutland, pp. 171.

CasseU, 19 19.

9082. d. 31.

Story. The Storv of a Sea Fight, off Dover,


20th-21st April,' 1917, told in official statements, pp. 4. R. Clay, 19 17. 09083'. b. 36. (6.)
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The Dispatches
April 23: May 10, 1918.
of Vice-Admiral Sir Roger Keyes, and other
narratives of the operations,
Oxford Univ. Press, 1919.

pp. 224.
9083. aa. 55.
C 3

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Particular Naval Operaby Sea.

tions

Bell

rnnfinued.

The Glory

K.)

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of

Zeebruggc and the

" Vindictive." pp. 63.


Chatto (t- Windus, 19 18.

09082. bb. 16.

(H. C.) The Immortal Story of Zeebrugge & Ostend. pp. 48.
09084. aa. 49.
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9082. a. 30.
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Stoughton, igig. fol.
Fleet, ijp. 48. Hodder
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" The Graphic "
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German Works.

am

Die Seeschlacht

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Skagerrak.

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dem

Die Seeschlacht vor

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Skagerrak.

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Die Seeschlacht am Skagerrak, auf Grund amtlicher Berichte und nach


Augenzeugen zusammenvon
Mitteilungen

Hanstein

(0. von)

pp. 96.

gestellt.

Hersfeld

(E. von)

Skagerrak.

9083. ee. 40.

Leipzig, 191 6.

pp. 31.

Die Seeschlacht vor dem

(J.

von)

Der Kampf

um

Trafalgar, Skagerrak,
die Freiheit der Meere
09004. cc. 16.
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:

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SCHEIBE

schlacht vor

dem

Die Seepp. 29.


09082. aa. 28.

Korvettenka2ntd7i.

Skagerrak.

Berlin, 1916.

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09082. d. 59.
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Stuebe
7,ur

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Seeley, Service d- Co., 1920.

9083. aaa. 25.

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312.

Longmans, 1918.

08806. ec. 74.


War in the Underseas.
aaa. 11.
Harrap,
9083.
G.
G.
1919.

Tales of " the Trade."

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Carson

9085. de. 1/28.

pseud. The Story of our Submarines.


9083. bb. 44.
W. Blacktvood, jciic).

pp. 27.

Tab. 578.

4.

1916.

(Rt.

37.

a.

The War on

Hon. Sir E. H.)

German Submarines.

Sir E. Carson on the


British Navy's Success, pp. 8.
08027. aaa. 124.
Fisher Unwin, 191 7.
AuTEN (H.) " Q " Boat Adventures the exploits of the famous Mystery Ships,
pp. 289.
9082. aaa. 46.
H. Jenkins, 19x9.
:

CoRNFORD

(L. C.)

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Hodder

The Paravane Adventure,


d:

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09083. cc. 24.

Hunting the German Shark


the American Navy in the Underseas War.

Whitaker

(H.)

Wilson

N.Y., 1918.

pp. 310.

(H. W.)

Service,

Hush

9082. aa. 35.

the Hydrophone
Boon, 1920.

or,

Mills

188.

pj).

db

9082.

8.

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NoYES

(A.)
Le sort du sous-marin allemand.
Notes sur I'efficacite des mesures prises par
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09083.

a.

.50.

Ajax, pseud. The German Pirate, his methods


and record, pp. 120. Pearson, 191 8.
9083. aa. 26.
The Pirate's Progress
a short
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Chatto & Windus, 1918.
9081. eee. 30.

Archer (W.)

European War. The War on Hospital Ships.


From the narratives of eye-witnesses, pp. 20.
Fisher Unwin, 19 17.
9081. e.
Frost (W.) German Submarine Warfare
study of its methods and spirit, pp. 243.

N.Y., 19 18.

HuRD

(A. S.)

20.

9082. aa. 33.

Murder at

Sea.

pp. 38.
9082. g. 29.

Submarines and Zeppelins in Warfare and


Outrage,

pp. 22.

Sir J. Catiston, 19 16.


09083.

a.

54.

French Works.

Castex

(R. V. P.)

pp. 228.

Vedel

Synthase de

De Pontchartrain a

marine.

la

guerre sous-

Tirpitz.

09083. dd. 22.

1920.

Quatre annees de guerre sous09083. cc. 26.


pp. 366. 1 919.
(M.)
Les patrouilleurs de la mer
souvenirs de guerre sous-marine, pp. 184.
9082. aaa. 42.
1 9 18.
(15.)

marine,

Nadaud

Blanchon

Les Sous-marins ct la Guerre


(G.)
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actuelle.

La campagne

Campagne.
16.

1917-

(R.)

Pour en

finir

sous-marine, pp. 20.


08027. dc. 38.

avec

19 18.

sous-marins.
9082. aaa. 45.

German Works.

Gayer

les

Rousseau (A.) Sous-marins et blocus. pp. 64.


09082. bb. 9.
1917ViiZENET (F.)
La guerre sous-marine et I'Espagne. pp. 155. Lyon, 19x9.
09083. cc. 48.

Submarines, Mines, and Torpedoes in the


War. pp. 192. 1914. [Daily Telegraph War
Books.]

lip.

(H. F. B.)

pp. 319.

Kipling

pp. 301.

English Works.
(C.

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Wheeler

Degouy

See also below, Mercantile Marine.

Fife

and Naval History. Submarine Warfare continued.


Newbolt (Sir H. J.) Submarine and Anti-

Military

Fisher Unwin, 1916.

Bielefeld, 19 16.

9082. dd. 33.


Die
LlEBERMANN VON SONNENBERG (H.)
Seeschlacht vor dem Skagerrak. pp. 104.
09082. cc. 51.
Minden, 191 6.

Pflugk-Harttung

1914 1918.

Die deutschen U-Bootc in ihrer


Kriegfiihrung, 1914-1918. Berlin, 1920, etc.
(A.)

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EUROPEAN WAR, 1914-1918.


Military and
History. Sub-

Naval History.
marine Warfare coutin ued.

and Naval
marine Warfare continiu'l

Military

GoTTBERG

pp. 214.

Berlin, 1915.

9084.
(F.)
pp. 157.

10.

e.

9083.

Leipzig, 1915.

2 pt.
8806. cc. 42.

Ka-ssel, 1915.

Die schwarze Waffe.


Berlin, 1917.

Weddigen

pp. 201.
9084.

31.

e.

H. 0.) Unser Unterseebootkrieg

(F.

und unsere Unterseeboothelden.

pp. 62.

09083.

Leipzig, 1917.

64.

c.

C4ERMANY. Kriegspresseamt. Die Entwicklung


des U-Bootkrieges seit Herbst 1917 im Urteil
des Auslandes.

pp. 128.

Berlin, 19 18.

9083. b.

HocHSTETTER

4.

Ratscl der U-Bootswirkung.

(F.)

U-Boot-Friede
Moeller(W.) Baldiser
"
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pp.71.

9083. aa. 38.

Schulze (F.) Unsere Handels-Unteiseeboote


Wort und Bild dargestellt. pp. 24.
Berlin, i^it.
(P.)

BiscHLAGER

in

Germany.

Die Fahit der Deutschland.


9084.

16.

e.

Admiralty.

Mumhen,
Steinuth

of the "" Deutschland."


Pearson, 1917.
09083. aaa. 10.
Kaptajn Paul Konigs Atlanterhavsfart.
09083. bb. 21.
pp. 108. Kjpbenhavn, 191 7.

Handels-Uboot
pp.111.

''

Deutschland

"

fahrt nach Amerika.

Siegen, igi6.
08806. a. 23.
Skowronkek (F.) U-Deutschlands Fahrt.
9082. de. 48.
pp. 161. Berlin, 1916.

England und der U-Boot Krieg.

Berlin, 191 7.

FoRSTXER

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(G.

Kommandant gegen England,


Berlin, 19 16.

MORAHT

Munchen,

pp.48.

Boy-Ed

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102.

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9082. df. 31.


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pp. 125.

Berlin, 191 7.

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igij.

bis
16.

9083. df. 12.


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202."
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N.Y., 191 7.
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09083. cc. 16.
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fol.

9081. h.

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11.

Die Vereinigten Staaten von

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Works in

pp. 48.
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other Languages.

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den Europeeschen Oorlog. pp. 82.
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8809. aa. 3.
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C.)

obi. 8.

8.

Deutschen Regierung
Ermordung der Besatzung eines
deutschen Unterseeboots durch den Kom-

pp. 40.

8807.

Army and Navy

a.

65.

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Uniforms, Organization, Arms and Equipment


of the Warring Powers, pp. 195. N.Y., 1917.
(A. S.)

The

8828. eee. 13.


Fleets at War. pp. 227. 1915.
War Boohs.] 9085. de. 1/30.

Balincourt (E. de) Count.


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8807. aaaa. 18.

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9082.

191 5.

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ff.

20.

Germany. Navy. Handbuch der Kriegsflotten


von Deutschland, Oesterreich-Ungarn, ItaUen,
Turkei, und England, Frankreich, Russland,
Japan.

Weyer

Possneck, 1914.
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08806. aa. 31.

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1914/15. 3pt. Jlilnchen, igj4. 08805. e. 48.


(R.) Die Kriegsflotten der kampfenden Seemachte im Weltkriege, 1914-16.

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und die fremden Seemachte, 1916. pp. 116.
9082.

Berlin, 1916.

Germany.

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Adrniralstab.

c.

19.

Kriegsschiffs-

von England, Frankreich, Russland,


ItaUen und Japan vom 1. August 1914 bis
verluste
1.

Februar 1917.

Berlin, 1917.

s.

sh. fol.

Cup. 645.

pp. 64. Berlin, 1916.


Denkschrift der

25.

e.

U-Boot, Englands Tod

(L.)

[Daily Telegraph

meine U-Boots-Erlebnisse von der Ostsee

08028.

Stuttgart, 1916.

Steinwaeger

Httrd

Arctic Ocean. U-Boote im Eismeer. pp.

08027. de. 20.

16".

19 17.

(H.)

pp. 91.

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der

Friede ? Die Wirkungen des U-Bootkrieges in


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mandanten des
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9085. h. 4.

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die

ihren Einzelheiten.

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pp. 60.

Berlin, 19 18.

9082. bbb.

England.

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jVIilitary

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10 pt.

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pp.140.

6.

Admiralty.

EUROPEAN WAR,

22

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British Navy continued.
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the Army.
Officers and men mentioned in
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Constable, 1919.

COPPLESTONE (B.) The Secret


what it is and what we owe to
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Murray, 19 18.

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Navy

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the World-War.
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1914-15.

Balfour

(Rt. Hon. A. J.)


The Navy and the
August 1914 to August 1915. pp. 10.

War.
Darling

Son, 1915.

d:

CoRNFORD

(L. C.)

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Masterman

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(G. Y.)

Newnes, 1916.
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at

War. pp.

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Cassell, 1919.
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1914-17.
in Mesopotamia, 1914 to
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T. Nelson, 1917.

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32.

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4.
8805. g. 20.

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13th May, 1914, till December 17th, 1915.
[The

1916.

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of

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war commission, pp. 43. Glasgow, 1919. 4.
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Immortal Gamble and the part played
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09083. aaa. 68.
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their part in the Great War. pji. 236.
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Jellicoe.

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df.

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2394. d.

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6874.

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04.

\a.

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Piennes

Eine Betrachtung iiber See-

fiihrt.

kriegskunst.

of the Fleet,

16.

Hon.

{Rt.

of the Fleet,

14. (2.)

i.

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<L- Nor gate, 19 15.

The Fringes

(R.)

Kriege

pp. 147.

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Constable, 19 19.
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Maltzahn (C. von) Baron. Wie England seine

Navy

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during the War.

1914-1918.

Pour

la suprematie maritime.
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herige Allmacht zur See.


Berlin, 19 15.

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9502. ccc. 10.

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Wanken ein Vortrag nach 1000 Tagen Welt-

Maxwell
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J.

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and Ross (J. N. M.) On Four


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Sparrow

Reserve,

(G.)

pp. 64.

Yachting Monthly, 1918.


9082. h. 29.

Britain.
Guarding the Coasts of Britain
what the Sea Scouts are doing, pp. 24.
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igi-j.

schriften.

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Beatty, Jellicoe, Sims and

T.)

Rodman, pp.204.

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1919.

09082. aaa.

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Cassell,

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Newnes, 19 17.

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[" England und die
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15.

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H.M.S. Lancaster.
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England.

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Searchlight.

1915,

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anglaises.

4.

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Allen

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W.

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Emmanuel Naval Review. Feb.-

University.
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Cambridge, 19 19. 4''.


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Personal Experiences, Reminiscences,

Evans (E. R.G. R.) Keeping


Sampson Low, 19 19.

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9083. bb. 46.
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pp. 306. J. Murray, 1919.


(M.)
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Hodder d- Stoughton, igij.

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9081.

Fanion.

pp. 174.

(G.
J. Lane, 1920.

Noble

(E.)

Palmer

d-

Northern

ir.

26.

e.

Heinemann, 1916.

H. P.) Small

The Naval

Hay ward,
Mists.

Side.

19 18.

" Jeanne d'Arc," 9 aoiit


pp. 278.

Hodder

Roberts

tt-

09082. a. 33.
pp. 268.
09083. bb. 79.

pp. 279.
09082. bb. 21.

In the Northern Mists

pp. 241.
09082. b. 5.

Stoughton, 1916.

Naval Guns in Flanders, 1914-1915.


9082. c. 13.
Constable, 1920.
(C.)

A Week with

sions from a visit to the


J. Clarke, 191 7.

imprespp. 95.
9082. df. 48.

the Fleet

Grand

Fleet,

Snotty. From Snotty to Sub. pp. 142.


9083. aa. 14.
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Young (E. H.) By Sea and Land. Some naval
doings,

pp. 362.

T. C.

d:

191412

avril 1916.
9082. aaa. 7.

19 1 8.

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(L. R. M. C.) Souvenirs


de guerre d'un amiral, 1914-1916. pp. 320.
09084. aa. 0.
1920.
FiERRE (J.) 80.000 milles en torpilleur. Recits
de chasse aux sous-marins, 1914-1916. pp. 297.
I.
5.
9082.
d'autos-canons
de marine,

igii

Kadore

(P. de)

Mon Groupe

souvenirs de campagne d'un

officier

pp. 231.
09082.

1917-

a. 76.
Une Croisiere en
(E. L. F. H.)
Toulon,
50.
19
19.
pp.
09077. aa. 22.

Mediterranee.

Impressions
les marins.
pp. 329. 19 19.
09084. aa. 35.
TuDESQ (A.) Les compagnons de I'aventure.
Dardanelles, gee, Mediterranee, Adriatique.
9083. ee. 11.
1916.
pp. 240.

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de guerre sur mer.

German Navy.
Bischoff (E.) Die Leistungen der deutschen
Flotte im Weltkrieg. pp. 170. Zurich, 1918.
9084. df.

2.

Marine, Krieg und Umsturz.


)
(
Der deutschen Flotte Werden, Wirken und

Sterben. pp. 23. Berlin, 1919. 08806. cc. 16.


(R.)
Deutschlands Hochseeflotte im
Weltkrieg. pp.524. Berlin, 1920. 09084. b. 10.
Germany's High Sea Fleet in the World
2388. ff. 7.
War. pp. 375. Cassell, 1920.

ScHEER

Craft,

Grand Fleet Chaplain's note book.


R., L. F.
pp. 184.

19 19.

Hintzmann

A Sea-Lawyer's Log. pp. 257.


09083. cc. 6.
Methuen, 1919.
Midshipman. From Dartmouth to the Dardanelles,

pp. 239.

9083. bbb. II.


Vingt mois de guerre a bord du croiseur

12.

cc.

Lang (W.)

MuHLHAUSER

Souvenirs de chasse aux sousLes patrouilles du coatre-

(F. L.)

Letourneutr

9082. bb. 12.


the Seas, pp.326.
09082. aaa. 16.

9.

etc.

marins allemands.

(2.)

etc.

1916.

Personal Experiences, Reminiscences,

Experiences.

Freeman

pp. 311.

septembre 1914 avril 1916.

Curtain. The Curtain of Steel. Sketches of life


in the Navv during the European War. pp. 248.
012603. g. 26.
Hodder ct- Stoughton, 1918.
Etienne.
a Naval Lieutenant, 1914-1918.
'
B\'
Etienne." pp. 260. Methuen, 19 19.

pp. 159.

pp. 319. 19 18.


9082. aaa. 22.

Les vagabonds de la gloire. Camd'un croiseur, le Waldeck-Rousseau,

(R.)

pagne
aout 1914mai 1915.

P.P. 4039. wef.

Royal Marine Artillery.


England.
Xavy.
The Ypres Times and Tombstones Journal.

1918,

Sur nos fronts de mer.

Milan

torpilleiu-

Unwin, 1917.

ct-

Xavy.

England.

61.

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Clerc-Rampal (G.)
1919.
aout, 1914 novembre, 1918. pp. 221.
09082. c. 54.
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1002,5. ee. 21.

4.

Edinburgh, 1920.

Xavy.
England.
Southampton Echo.

a.

French Navy.

England.

E. C. Jack, 1920.
9082. c. 23.

1914-15.

Ephemerides. Illustrierter Deutscher FlottenKalender fiir 1916. pp. 208. Minden, 1915.
09083. bb. 60.
Die Taten der deutschen
a.)
80.
Flotte im Weltkriege. pp.
9082. dd. 29.
Bielefeld, 1915.
KiRCHOFF (H.) Unsere Marine im Weltkriege.
9082. g. 22.
Berlin,
112.
19 15.
pp.
Laverrenz (V.) Deutschland zur See. pp.361.
8804. cc. 28.
Berlin, 19 15.

Erdmann

(G.

Toeche Mittler
sechs Monate
Berlin,

1915.

(S.)

Die

im Kampfe.

deutsche

^ip.

Flotte

20.

9082.

ff.

9.

Die deutsche Kriegsflotte und ihre Verbiindeten. Ein Jahr im Kampfe. pp. 47.
9081. eee. 26.
Berlin, 19 15.

EUROPEAN WAR,

24

1914-1918.

Military and Naval History. Navies.


German Navyconfinued.

Military and Naval History.

WiTTMER

Muecke

(R.) JJeutschlands Taten zur See.


[Mo)itanus-Biicher.]
191^.
pp. 112.
9084. gg.

3.

J914-16.

Der See- und Kolonialkrieg,


16
eine Schilderung der Ruhmestaten
scher Seeleute und Schutztruppen im
kriege.
Halle, 1919, etc.
W.P.

Foss (M.)
:

Kalatj vom Hope

(E.)

1914deut-

Welt5940.

Unsere Flotte im Welt-

die Ereignisse zur See 1914/16.


kriege
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pp. 212. Berlm, 191 7.
Kriegsflotte
pp. 116.
9082. c. 19.
Berlin, 19 16.
:

ToECHE MiTTLER (S.) Die deutsche


und die fremden Seemachte 1916.

Das zweite Jahr iiu Kampf zur See.


9081. e. 11.
Berlin, 1916.
pp. 72.
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Berlin.
Jahrbiicher fiir die deutsche
Armee und Marine. Jan.-Dez. 1916.
P.P. 4022. fa.
Berlin, 19 16.
1014-17.

HoLLWEG

(C.)

Die Aufgaben der deutschen

Flotte im Weltkriegc.

Berlin, 191 7.
9081. c. 25.

pp. 48.

1914~1S.

HoLLWEG (0.) Der Anteil der deutschen


macht am kommendcn Siege, pj). 79.
08027.

Berlin, 19 18.

Behncke

(P.)

9082.

c.

10.

G. von) Baron.
Die Marinepp. 30. Berlin, igig. 9327. cc. 39.
Lammertz (W.) Die Marine von der Revohition
bis zum Flottengrab bei Scajia Flow.
pp. 46.
nuisburg, 19 19.
09082. bb. 15.
"
Halbmast."
Dette (W.)
Der deutschen
(G.

pp. 16.

Berlin,

" Ayesha."

pp. 229.
9082. a. 9.

Boston, 1917.
Die Taten der " Emden " und anderer
Kreuzer.
Nach Berichten des Kapitanleutnants von Miicke und anderer. pp. 78.
Leipzig, 191 5.

9084.

Nauheimer(A. M.)

27.

e.

"Emden." pp.142.

S..M.S.

Leipzig, 19 15.

9083.

e.

Emden und

Oesterwitz

(H.) Auf der


Berlin, 1916.

7.

(3.)

Ayesha.

09082. cc. 24.


Kraus (
Die Fahrten der " Goeben " im
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9082. df. 55.
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Die Kriegsfahrten S.M.S. " Karls)
pp. 111.

(^

ruhe."

pp.

Kadsruhe, 1916.

9().

09082. cc. 47.


" Karlsruhe "
eines
deutschen Kreuzers Gliick und Ende. Erzahlt
von seinem ersten Offizier. pp. 178.
Leipzig, 19 16.
09082. cc. 25.

Studt

S.M.S.

Krug

(P.)
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admiraalschip " Liitzow " na den zwaren
zeestrijd bij Skagerrak. pp. 27.

's-Gravenhage, 1917.

09083.

b.

8.

P. H. zu) S.M.S. "M6\<'e."


Ootha, 191 6.
9083. ee. 32.

pp. 110.

Weddigen

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Unsere

Mowe

Leipzig, 1916.

jjp. 72.

Meuterei.

Flotte Sterben.

The

(H. von)

Dohna-Schlodien (N.
82.

c.

Unsere Marine im Weltkriege

und ihr Zusammenbruch.


Berlin, 1919.

Forstneb

Sce-

Navies.

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09082. bb. 50.

NowoTNY

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Wien, 1918.
9082. cc. 24.

Calltsen(

"V188." Meme Torpedoboot-

Kriegsfahrten.

Nerger

j^p.

Berlin, 191 6.

110.

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Berlin, 191 8.

19 19.

pp. 59.
09083. bb. 44.

09082. cc. 48.


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9082. bb. 16.

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Dick (C.)
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sein

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Berlin, 191 5.

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Berlin, 1918.

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9083. aaa. 23.


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09082. cc. 17.
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9081. ee. 11.


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9083.

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Lauriat

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09082. c. 62.
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6836.

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1920.

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L'Odyssee d'un transport

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9082. b. 15.
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ro^a.

Particular Events.
See also below, German Air Forces.

Hood

(H.)

Illustrated

Memorial of the East


Navy and Air-

Coast Raids by the German


Middlesbrough, 19 15.

ships.

obi. 8.

10352. f. 38.
(H.)
The ZeppeUn Raid in West
pp. 31. E. Arnold, 191 5.
9082. f. 12.
Paget (H. L.) Bp. of Stepney. Records of the
Raids, pp. 47. S.P.C.K., 191 8.
9083. aa. 11.
Odhams (W J. B.) The Story of the Bomb
dropped on the premises of Messrs. Odhams,
Jan. 29th, 1918. pp. 10. Odhams, 19 19. 4^
9081. f. 4.

Ingleby

Norfolk,

England.

Von

Appendix.

*^*.

pp. 151.

Zeppeline iiber England.


Berlin, 191 6.

9084.

Treusch von Buttlar-Brandenfels

13.

e.

(A.

W.)

Baron. Airship Attacks on England, pp. 30.


9083. a. 19.J. Selwyn, 1919.
(E.)
La matanza de los inocentes. Los
" raids " aereos. jjp. 46. Londres, 1916.
09083. a. 68.

Perez

British Air Forces.

Anderson
Fighting,

(R. W.)
The Romance
pp. 23. Cassell, 19 17.

of

Air(2.)

Bruce (E.S.)

Aircraft in War. pp.177. 1914.


[Daily TeUgrai^h War Books.] 9085. de. 1/14.
BuisT (H. M.) Aircraft in the German War.
Methuen, 19 14.
9082. df. 2.
pp. 128.

Lanchester

(F. W.)
Aircraft in Warfare.
Constable, 1915.
08821. ff.

pp. 240.

Aircraft in
Macmillan, 1916.

pp. 176.

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War and

(J. M.) Aircraft in War.


Macmillan, 1914.

(C.

11.

Peace.

pp. 172.
2018. b.

and Harper (H.)

the Great War.

Aircraft in
Fisher Unwin, 19 15.
9082. f. 9.

pp. 345.

French Works.
Paris.
La Guerre Aerienne illustree.
no. 1-116.
1916-19. fol.
P.P. 4025. cd.

P.P.

Arm^e.

L'Armee de

sa tactique.

pp. 95.

sa predominance et
8823. b. 51.
1915.

I'Air

Desbleds
tion.

Synopsis of British

Hicks (W.

100.

8828. bbb. 40.


J.)

Nisbet

pp. 192.

Cmd.

19 19.

Great Britain's Aerial Posi-

(L. B.)

19 1 5.

The Command
ct-

Co., 1916.

of the Air.
09082. a. 02.

England. Army. The Work and Training


the Royal Flying Corjis. pp. 46.
Illustrated London News, 1918. fol.

8832. aaa. 11.

Spaight

White

Air Ministry.

durmg the War.

Air Effort

09082. d. 69.

RoBSON (W.

England.

B.,

W.

of

9081. h. 13.
in the War.
9082. a. 24.

The Royal Flying Corps

T.

pp. 123.

Cassell, 1918.

Campbell

(G. L.) Captain. Royal Flying Corps,


Military Wing. Casualties and Honours during
the war of 1914-17. pp. 250.
9083. aa. 8.
Picture Advertising Co., 191 7.
(A. E.) and Robeson (V. A. H.)
History of 24 Squadron, sometime of the
Royal Fljdng Corps and later of the Royal Air

Illingworth

Force,

pp. 103.

1920.

4".

9083. h. 34.

EUROPEAN WAR,
Military and Naval History. The War
by Air.British Air Forces n.ntinwil.
Miller

(L.)

The Chronicles

R.F.C. and R.A.F.

Unwin

55 Squadron

of

pp. 126.

09083.

Bros., 19 19.

Scott (A.

J. L.)

history,

pp. 145.

a.

Sixty Squadron R.A.F.

W. Heinemann,

5.

1920.

09084. bb. 7.
Pattinson (L. A.) History of 99 Squadron Independent Force, Royal Air Force, March, 1918
November, 1918. pp. 73. Cambridge, 1920.
9082. c. 33.

England.
Women s Royal Air Force. The
W.R.A.F. on the Rhine. Cologne, 1919.
P.P. 4039. wem. (2.)
Baker (C. A.) Malayan Air Squadrons. Completion of two Malayan Squadrons presented to
H.M. Government. 2 pt. Ipoh, 191 7. fol.
9081. h. 15.

Sullivan (A.) Aviation in Canada, 1917-1918.


The work of the Royal Air Force, Canada,
8822. b. 35.

Toronto, 1920.

pp. 318.

1914 1918.

Military and. Naval History. The War


by Air.British Air Yorces continued.
Illingworth (A. E.) "Fly Papers." Being
leaves from the diary of a War Pilot, pp. 107.
Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1919.
09083. a. 44.
MacCudden (J. T. B.) Five Years in the Royal
Fl5dng Corps, pp. 348.
" Aeroplane " Co., 1919.
9082. b. 10.
Maclennan (R. W.) The Ideals and Training
of a Flying Officer, pp. 60.
Kingston, Ont., 1918.
010905. h. 24.

MiDDLETON

(E. C.) Tails Up. Aircraft Sketches.


Simpkin, Marshall cfc Co., 1918.

pp. 314.

Night-Hawk, M.C,
Sky.

pp. 204.

9082. aa. 29.


pseud. Rovers of the Night
09082. b. 27.

Cassell, 19 19.

Noble (W.) With

a Bristol Fighter Squadron.


09083. a. 42.
pp. 186. A. Melrose, 1920.
Pilot. War Flying, pp. 117. J. 3Iurray, 19 17.
9082. df. 40.
Pulitzer (R.) Over the Front in an Aeroplane.
9083. gg. 4.
pp. 158. N.Y., 1915.

Zooms and Spins an Army


p)seud.
Pilot's light and shade impressions, pp. 120.
Sampson Low, 1919.
08821. a. 61.
Reid (A. 0.) Planes and Personalities, pp. 190.

Rafbird,
Briscoe (W. A.) and Stannard (H. R.) Captain
Jenkins, 1918.
010815. df. 14.
MoRRiss (H. F.) Two Brave Brothers, Major
Hon.
Rolls,
Lord Llangattock,
C. S.
pp. 212.
010856. e. 23.
R. J. James, 1918.
pp. 320.

Ball, v.c.

//.

Individual Episodes, Personal Experiences,

Barnett

(G.)

V.C.'s of the Air.

etc.

pp. 36.
9082. d. 3.

E. J. Burrow, 19 18.
Tales of the Flying Services.
(C. G.)
The adventures and humour of aerial warfare.
9082. de. 25.
pp. 124. G. Newnes, 1915.

Grey

Hewlett

(H. B.)
Kettering, 19 17.

Our Flying Men.

pp. 40.
09082. d. 69. (1.)

Glorious Exploits of the


(E. C.)
pp. 255. Simpkin, Marshall db Co., 191 7.

MiDDLETON
Air.

9082.

Walters
exploits,

(E.

pp. 270.

a.

10.

Heroic Airmen and their

W.)

C.

H. Kelly, 1917.

9082. a. 2.
and Harper (H.) Heroes of the
Corps. The work of the Aurmen during
the early stages of the War. pp. 350.
09076. ff. 30,
Eodder & Stoughton, 19 16.

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(C. G.)

Flymg

'

Wood

(E.)

pp.317.

Thrilling Deeds of British Airmen.


09083. bb. 2.
G.G.Harrap, igiT.

09083.

P. Allan, 1920.

a.

17.

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(H.) In the Royal Naval Air Service.


pp.148. Chattodh Windus, 191 7. 010905. ee. 5.

Short FUghts with the Cloud


Spin, ijseud.
Cavalry, pp. 218. Hodder <& Stoughton, 1918.
012350. df. 13.
(J. E.) In the Clouds above Baghdad
being the records of an Air Commander.
9082. c. 30.
pp. 289. C. Palmer, 1920.
Wall (A. G. N.) Letters of an Airman, pp. 248.
010905. e. 34.
Melbourne, 19 18.
Walmsley (L.) Flying and Sport in East
Africa, pp. 306. Blackwood, 1920.
09083, d. 3.
Wings, pseud. Over the German Lines. The
work of an Ai-tillery Squadron of the R.A.F.
in France, pp. 184.
9082, aa. 17.
Hodder d; Stoughton, 19 18,

Tennant

the romance of
The Spider Web
X., P. I.
a Flying- Boat War Flight, pp. 278.
9082. bbb. 28.
Blackwood, 19 1 9.
:

Saundby

(R.

H, M.

Flying Colours,

S.)

" Aeroplane'' Co., 1919.

9081. h. 17.

fol.

Fi-ench Air Forces.


B.,

W.

T.

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pp. 181.
9082. aa. 16.

Cassell, 191 8.

Bewsher (P.) " Green Balls "


of a Night-Bomber, pp. 309.
Blackwood, 19 19.

the adventures

Bishop (W. A.) Winged Warfare

Huns

9083. bb. 43.


hunting the
:

in the Air.

pp. 301.
9082, aa, 11.
Hodder db Stoughton, 191 8.
Blake (W. T.) Over " Over There." Stories
of the Royal Air Force, pp. 209.
09083. c. 68.
Cassell, 1 918.

Bott(A.) Eastern Nights


Blackwood, 1920.

Butler

and Flights,

Laton

19 16.
8829. dd. 6.
Vie
I'air,

pp. 320.

19 18.

10657, de, 6.
Guynemer, Knight of the Air. pp. 239.
10657. de. 9,
Chatto & Windus, 19 18.

La
1918.

Guynemer.

vie de

Nadaud
Saint

Cavalry of the Air.


9082. a. 32.
pp. 269. E. J. Burrow, 191 8.
Hall (B.) In the Air three years on and above

pp. 270.

Le Chevaher de

(H.)

heroique de Guynemer,

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Flight Commander.

I'etranger,

Bordeaux

9083. bb. 47.

Plain Impressions, pp. 95.


9083. a. 42.
Aeroplane Publishing Co., 1919.
An
Airman's Outings, pp. 323.
Contact, jja'cmcZ.
09083. c. 19.
Blackwood, 191 7.
(A. S. G.)

Les armees aeriennes modernes.

(C. F.)

France et

(M.)

Guynemer,

pp. 187. 1920. 4,


10658. t. 30.
des as. pp. 125.
10657. g. 4.

I'as

Maur (C. F.) Le capitaine aviateur


19 18.
Didier Le Cour Grandmaison. pp. 76.
[Pages Actuelles. no. 125, 126.]
W.P. 2825/125, 126.

BoNNEFON
pp. 142,

Le premier "

(P.)

19 18,

as," Pegoud.

010662, aa. 58.

Individual Episodes, Personal Experiences,

etc.

Mortane

three Fronts,

pp. 128.
Hurst <k Blackett, 191 8.

9082. aa, 25.

1917,

(J.)

Chasseurs de Boches, pp, 310.


09082. d, 26.

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War

Military and Naval History- The

by Air. French Air Forces continued.


MoRTANE (J.) Les vols emouvarits de la guerre.
pp. 287.

1917.

and DA9AY

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(J.)

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09083. aaa. 46.


guerre des nues

War

pp. 306. 19 18.


9082. aaa. 17.
A., A. C. H.
Au-dessus des batailles. Garnet
de guerre d'un aviateur. pp. 310. 1917.
pp. 252.

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09082. d. 4.

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(R. de) A tire d'ailes carnet


de vol d'un aviateur. jjp. 310. 1916.
09082. a. 19.
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Berlin.
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19199083. bbb. 8.
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plein vol: souvenirs de guerre


09083. aaa. 23.
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aeriemie.

WiNSLOw
Corps,

X.Y., 1917.

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krafte

(G.

9082.

e.'

33.

Gemmingen(
I

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JuENKE

Heft

pp. 600.

Berlin, 1920.

Immclmann.
10704. b. 16.

Richthofen (M. A. von) Baron. Richthofen.


pp. 343.

Berlin, 1920.
09084. aa. 03.
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"Aeroplane'''' Publishing Co., 191 8.
9083. aa. 45.
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010705. h. 54.

The Red Air

Fighter,

Individual Episodes, Personal Experiences,

etc.

Wir Luftkiinipfer Bilder und


Berichte deutscher FUeger und Luftschiffer.

Luftkampfer.
pp. 62.

(E.

F.)

deutschen Flieger
deutschen Tapferkeit.
:

1878.

fol.

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f.

9.

der

9083. df.

Erhardt
pp. 80.

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Stuttgart,

Ballon vor
1918.

dem

Feinde.
9083. a. 46.

Fendrich (A.)
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9082. df. 43.
Hagemann (C.) Mit der fliegenden Division.
9083. de. 14.
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gegen

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Albans, 1918.
09082. d. 67.

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].

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J. Selwyn, 1919.
9083. a. 19.

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W.) and Emmons (H. H.) U.S. Army

MiXTER

(G.

MoLTER

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Knights

pp. 106.
A.S. 573/15.

pp. 243
09082. d. 21.

of the Air.

N.Y., 1918.

Above the

(V.)

an airman,

pp.322.

Battle. Experiences of
iV. F.. 1918.

09082.

Hall

(J.

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N.)

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d.

pp. 232.
9082. b.

14.
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the American escadrille at Verdun, pp. 157.
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09083. c. 29.
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09083. c. 65.
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Other Countries,
ViSENTiNi (P. U.) La guerra nell' aria. Cio che
do\Tebbe fare 1' Italia per I'offesa e per la difesa.
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Napoli, 191 6.
08768. cc. 56.
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08768. cc. 62.

Roustam-Bek(B.)

of the Giant Aerojjlane.


J. Lane, 191 6.

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09083. b. 6.
Muehsam (C.) Unsere Flieger iiber Feindesland.
Berlin, 1914.
9082. e. 30.
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16.

Treusch von Buttlar-Brandenfels

Berlin, 1918.

Malkowsky

of the Zeppelins.

T. Fisher Unwin, 19 16.

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MacConnell

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09083. c. 5.

The Achievements

Swede.

Frei

LTnser Fliegerheld
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[ilfeere.sJtww.cZc.

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Drake

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Das ZeppeHnschiff

Berlin. 19 14.

6.]

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09083. dd. 2.5.


Daenbrxjch (0.) Unsere Luftwaffe im AVeltkrieg. pp. 119.
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9083. aa. 56.
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Forces,

in

Sir J. Causton, 1916.


09083. a. 54.
BESAN90N (G.) Les " ZeppeUns." pp. 43.
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19 15.
W.P. 2825/24.

Ail-craft

Die deutschen Luftstreit-

P.)

im Weltkriege.

8827. aaa. 42.


Zeppelins and Super-Zeppelins.
08768. cc. 59.

J. Lane, 1916.

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Submarines and Zeppelins
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jiviateur.
1918.
i)p. 201.

Lafont

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09084. aa. 18.


GouviEux (M.) Notes d'un officier observateur
en avion, pp. 272. 19 16.
9082. e. 9.
Lacroix (F.)
En plein ciel.
Impressions
d'aviateur. pp. 265.
1918.
08821. a. 72.

9084.

(A. K.)
Zeppelins and the German
Machine, pp. 24. Werner Laurie, 19 15.

Hearne

09082. bbb. 31.

Mes combats,

(R.)

Berlin, 1916.

pp. 151.

Graves

racontee par ses morts.

FoNCK

1914-1918.

Military and Naval History. The War


by Air. German Air Forces continuei
England. Appendix. Zeppline iiber England.

ARMIES.

General Works.
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of the Allied Armies. Paris, 1915, etc. fol.

Print

Room.

Natjck (0.) Der MiHtarismus Deutschlands und


der Entente in bildlicher Darstellung. pp. 15.
Leipzig, 19 18.

08027.

f.

64.

Gomez Carrillo

(E.)
La gesta de la legion.
Los voluntarios espanoles e hispanoamericanos
en la guerra. pp. 260. Madrid, 19 18.

9082. aaa. 13.

Falls (De W.

Army and Navy

Information.
Uniforms, Organization, Arms and Equipment
of the warring powers, pp. 195. N.Y., 191 7.
0.)

8828. eee.

Descovich
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(E.)

13.

Waffen des Weltkrieges.

Wien, 1918.

9083. bb. 13.

EUROPEAN WAR,
Military and Naval History. Armies.

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continued.

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of the

G. Philip, 1920.

35.

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Military and Naval History. Armies.


Stockbridge (F.
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N.Y., 1920.

p.)

09082. aaa. 23.

9917. bb. 22.

ViGNERON
pendant

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Les applications de
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la guerre,

HiLDESHEiM

Med

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la

physique

19 19.

08709. aa. 26.


Staalnerver.
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Enemy
Francois (H.

C. B. von)
Marneschlacht und
Tannenberg.
Betrachtungen zur deutschen
Kriegsfuhrung der ersten sechs Kriegswochen.

folkene i Verdenskrigen paa Jorden, Vandet


i Luften.
pp. 171. K^benhavn, 1915.
09082. aaa. 12.
LuEDERSDORFF (H.) Die Mascliinen des WcltBerlin, igij. 08821. b. 4.
krieges.
pp. 128.

Strecker

ScHWARTE

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pp. 610.

VoiVENEL

im Weltkriege.

(P. J. L. M.)

Guerre des Gaz.

09083. dd.

and Martin

pp. 276.

(P.)
a.

Was

Feyler

lehrtc uns

Neues

pp.

bisher der
-48.

9082.

g.

8822.

the War.

b.

W.) Topography and Strategy

(D.

pp.211.

12.

32.
in

dem

9081. eee. 37.


F. P. J. von) Baron.
Weltkriege. pp. 106.

Berlin, 19 17.

09082.

Heerfiihrung ini Weltkriege.


Studien. Berlin, 1920, etc.

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cc. 59.

W.P. 5198.

How
(.J. B. W.) and Ybarra (T. Y.)
the War was lost and won. The Grand Strategy
1920. [Har2)er's Picof the High Commands.
torial Library of the World War.]

Gardiner

9084. g. 10/2.
Generalstaebler. Kritik des Weltkrieges.
09084. b. 6.
pp. 246. Leipzig, 1920.

ScHWARTE

Die militarischen Lehren des


(M.)
Berlin, 1920.
grossen Krieges.
pp. 489.
[Jahresberichte fiber das Heer- und Kriegswesen.
P.P. 4022. aa.
Jahrg. 41.]

&

la Guerre,

pp. 534.
8831. c. 35.

1920.

England. Army. The Operations of the British


Army in the Present War. Constable, 19 18, etc.
W.P. 4820.
General.
Der Kriegsplan der
Langeroy (
)
Franzosen

EsTRE

(C.

enthiillt

H.

d')

pp. 44.

Berlin, 1914.
9082. f. 34. (1.)
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09083. aaa. 44.

L'enigme de Verdun,

19 16.

Pbrcin (A.) 1914. Les erreurs du haut com9083. bbb. 14.


mandement. pp.284. 19 19.
France. Army. Marschall Foch zur Steuer der
Berlin, 1920.
Wahrhoit
pj). 80.
!

09084.

De Marohi

(R.)

b.

17.

Per V Italia in armi nel pre-

sente e nell' avvcnii-c.


Torino, 1916.

6.

9084.

H.

C.)

Germany
*

7.

g.

16.

at Bay. pp. 319.


08027. ee. 6.

(C. C. von)
Zusammenbruch grosser
erlautert an einem kriegsgeschiehtlichen Beispiel. pp. 56. Berlin, 1919.
9083. bb. 37.
Gleich (F. M. G. von) Die alte Armee und ihre
Verirrungen. pp. 100. Leipzig, 19 19.
8830. d. 30.

Luckwaldt

(F.)

Zusammenbruches.

Ursachen und Lehren des


pp.20. Danzig, igig.

Steinhausen (G.) Die Grundfehler des Krieges


und der Generalstab. pp.43. G'oiAff, 1919.
09082. bb. 53.

Gemeiner. Der Etappensumpf. Dokumente


des Zusammenbruchs des deutschen Heeres aus
den Jahren 1916/1918. pp. 29. Jena, 1920.
09082. bb. 76.

Krauss

(A.)
Die Ursachen unserer Niederlagc.
Erinnerungen und Urteile aus dem Weltkrieg.

8828. bbb, 43.

09084. bb.

8.

Ludendorffs Schuld an der militarischen Katastrophe. pp. 32. Leipzig, 1920.


(C.)

09084. c. 13.
(A.) Der Anfang vora
Osterrcich-Ungarns Niederbruch, 1914.
LeiiKig, 1920.
09082. b. 63.
pp. 122.

Minarelli Fitzgerald
Ende.

Armies of the Allied Nations.


Great Britain and Ireland.
General Works

Hay

(Ian)

The

First

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Hundred Thousand.

Blackwood, igis.
9083. gg. 16.
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pp.65.
908 L de. 2.
Cazamian (L.) Les forces britanniques. pp. 14.

pp.342.

L'Effort anglais,

R., P.

=;

09083.

Londres, 1916.

Churchill (Rt. Hon. W.


Line two speeches, pp.
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a.

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The Fighting
MacmiUan, 1916.

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32.

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The Story

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Durham Light Infantry,
Battalion,
the
France, April 1915 November 1918. pp. 59.
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09082. bb. 44.
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of

Lowe

(W. D.) War History of the 18th (S.)


BattaHon Durham Light Infantry, pp. 203.
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Milford, 1920.

//.

10.

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Macmillan, 1920.
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Baghdad,

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PoTTON
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England.

Army. Infantry. The Manehesters


since their formation ; with a record of the
honours and casualties of the War of 1914-16.
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Manchester, 1920.
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(F.)

and Westropp

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C.

E.)

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Book of Honour,
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Wilson

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March 1919. pp. 161.

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Hodder

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PiCKFORD

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at Suvla

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Bay

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being the
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Report of the
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1920.
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and the

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MissEN

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Italy, from September, 1916, to May, 1918.
09083. a. 41.
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The South Staffordshire Regi(S. J.)


The work of the Care Committee,
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Jervis
ment.
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Co.,

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8822. bb. 32.

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The Sword of Deborah
hand impressions of the British Women's
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9083. a. 33.
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Strafe.

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4.

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Wightman cfc Co., 1920. fol.
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imijressions of Y.M.C.A. War Activities.
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4193. aa. 39.
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Salvation Army, 1916. 9082. df. 35.
lip. 120.

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The Experiences

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Huntley

Red Triarigh

Whitehair
X.Y.,

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9082.

The Watchers,

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09082. bbb. 54.


The War Work of the

Anzacs

H.K.Lewis,

"

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4.
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09082.

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The Austrahan at Weymouth.


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11.

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191 7,

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Australian

Bulletin.

1916.

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4.

The Rising Sun."

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4.
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men

of Anzac.

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12315. 1. 45.
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!

10.

ff.

of the Benzine Lancers.

France, 191 5, etc. 4^.


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AustraUa in Arms
(P. F. E.)
a
narrative of the Australasian Imperial Force.
9082. ee. 27.
pp. 328. Fisher Unwin, 191 6.

of

the
(H. C.) Australia in the Great War
story told in pictures, pp. 192.
4.
9081. if. 18.
Cassell, 1916-18.

1th Field Artillery Brigade. The 7th Field


Artillery Brigade Yandoo. Lark Hill, 1916, etc.

Schuler

Smart

Denny (W.
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W.P. 4965.

(P.)

Australia. Australian Contingent, B.E.F. The


Anzac Book. pp. 169. Cassell, 191 6. 4.
9082. h.

Anzac Memorial, pp.

09082. bb.

pp.231.

Cassell, igi-j.

9081. ee. 27.


(E. C.)
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Child's History of Anzac.


Stoughton, 1916.

&

09082.

cc.

(F. M.) The Austrahans: their final


campaign, 1918. pp.336. Sampson Low, i()i().

9083. aaa. 10.


Victories in
jjp. 351. Hutchinson, 1920.
9082. cc. 28.
Australian Contingent, B.E.F.
Australia.
Fighting Austraha
a souvenir record of the
Australasian Forces in the War. pp. 94.
9081. h. 9.
fol.
'' The Throne;'
ic,i~i.
(Sir J.)
France in 1918.

Cramp

(K. R.)
Victoria Cross.

9083. aa. 21.

Austrahan Winners
Sydney, 1919.

Xew

Action in

the

of

09082.

b.

54.

An

GODDARD

(G. H.) Soldiers and Sportsmen.


account of the sporting activities of

the
Australian Imperial Force between Nov. 1918
and Sept. 1919. pp. 118. 1919. 09082. d. 64.

Canada.
General.

Canada. Canadian Contingent, B.E.F. Canada


in Khaki
a tribute to the officers and men
now serving in the Canadian Expeditionary
Force, pp. 172.
Pictorial Newspaper Co..
:

12355. k. 22.
191 7. 4.
(G. G.)
Canada's Sons and Great
Britain in the World War. pp. 607.
9081. g. 34.
Toronto, 1919.

Nasmith
7.

CuTLACK

MoNASH

(L. C.) Australians in


pp. 97. Sydney, 19 15.

3.

Letters from France on the


of
the Australian Imperial

Buley

Guinea,

13.

E. W.)

achievements
Force in 1916.

Reeves

303.

Fisher Unwin, 191 6.


(C.

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Miscellaneous.

pp. 300.
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9.
Stoughton, 191 9.
The Diggers. The Austrahans
in France, pp. 120. H. Jenkins, 19 19.
9082. b. 7.
Thorp (C. H.)
Handful of Ausseys. pp. 296.
9082. aaa. 41.
J. Lane, 191 9.

d:

MacGill

4.

the Field, 191 8, etc.

The Austrahan

The Diggers.

J.)

Forces in the European War.

Bean

C Company. The Standard

26th Battalion,

C Company. In

Steele (H.)
1918.

in France, 1915Fisher Unwin, 1920.


09082. bb. 55.

The Canadians

pp. 364.

The Australian

AiTKEN (W. M.) Baron Beaverbrook.


pp. 243.
Stoughton, 191 6.

Canada

in Flanders, 1915.

Hodder

<L-

9084. ee.

7.

(H.) By-ways on Service


an Australian journal, pp. 281.

Dinning

notes from

09083.

Constable, 19 18.

c.

46.

pp. 468.

Engineers,
1

919.

pp. 75.

Canada. Canadian War Records Office. The


Canadian War Pictorial, nos. 1-4. 1916. 4.

1*920.

09083. b. 16.

War

Narratives Publishing
9082. bbb. 7.

ff.

4.

the
(B.)
In the Ypres Salient
Canadian fighting, June 2-16, 1916. pp. 79.
Simpkin, Marshall <t- Co., 1916. 09082. a. 37.
Mackenzie (F. A.) Through the Hindenburg
The Canadian Expeditionary Force in
Line.

WiLLSON

Australian Contingent, B.E.F.


Australia.
History of the 11th Field Company, Australian
Co.,

(H.)
Maple Leaves in Flanders Fields.
pp. 268. Smith, Elder d- Co., 19 16.
09082. aa. 41.

9085.

Regimental Records.

Ellis (A. D.) The Story of the Fifth Austrahan


Division,

Rae

1917 and 1918. pp. 429.


Hodder d- Stoughton, 1918.

9083

b.

13.


EUROPEAN WAR,

Canada

James

foyif/(i

October, 1918.

Canada

ued.

Canada's

(F.)

Triumph.

pp. 63.

1916,

The Canadian Scottish.


an impression, pp. 7.
9081. de. 21.

ee.

C.R.O.

Xmas

From

(C.

L.)

of

the

diary
aiihtia,

(2.)

The
Number,

1918. 4.

1914.

pp.247.

Canada and National

Toroyito,

Service.

08821. aa.

1917.

5.

Canada. Canadian War Records Office. Thirty


Canadian V.C.s. April 1915 to March 1918.
pp.96.

1918.

Canadian
pp. 44.

War Memorials

1919.

010803. df. 13.


Exhibition, 1919.
7860. a. 7.

Seton

{Sir B. G.) and Grant (J.)


The Pipes
War. A record of the achievements of the
Pipers of Scottish and Overseas regiments.
Glasgow, 1920.
9081. ff. 9.
pp. 291.
of

New

Zealand.

Regimental Records.

Moore
and

(A. B.)
Palestine.

Crusaders,

Fisher Umvin, 1917.


09082. bb. 11.
Canada. Canadian Contingent, B.E.F. The
Storv of the Sixtv-Sixth C.F.A. pp. 148.
Edinburgh, 19 19.'
9082. bb. 29.
pp. 19.

The Mounted Riflemen in Sinai


The story of New Zealand's

pp. 175.

Auckland, N.Z., 1920.


09083. aa. 37.

New

Zealand.
New Zealand Contingent,
B.E.F. SheU Shocks. By the New Zealanders

in France,

Jarrolds, igi-j. 4.
9083. h. 16.
(S. S.) Auckland, 1918
being a partial
record of the war service in France of the 2/
Auckland Regiment during the War. pp. 188.
Auckland, 1920.
9083. bbb. 31.

Regimental Magazines.

pp.68.

Allen

Canada. Canadian Contingent, B.E.F. The


Maple Leaf. 1916, ete.
P.P. 4039. wd. (6.)

4.

Regimental 3Iagazines.

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First Contingent, Ath Battalion.

New Zealand. New Zealand Contingent,

The Dead

Horse Corner Gazette.


4.
3Ianchester, igi s, etc.
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lith Battalion (Royal Montreal Regiment).
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P.P. 4039. wfb.


Battalion {Canadian Scottish).
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20lh Battalion (Xorthern and Central Ontario Regiment). The Twentieth Gazette.
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1916, etc. 4.
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The
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P.P. 4039. wfp.
1915- *''
\Qtli

Souvenir

" Just What Happened "


a
mobilization of the Canadian
9081. e. 28.
pp.99.
1917.

Merritt (W. H.)

Canadian Contingent.
A Short
History and Photographic Record of 106th
Overseas Battahon, Nova Scotia Rifles.
pp.47. Halifax, N.S., igi6. fol. 9081. h. 6.
Drysdale (A. M.) Canada to Ireland. The
visit of the " Duchess of Connaught's Own."

Brazier.

War

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Flick

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Shell Hole Advance.


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etc.

Office.

31 iscellaneous.

Halifax, N.S., 1920.


09083. d. 13.
B.C. to Baisieux
being the narrative history of the 102nd
Canadian Infantry Battalion, pp. 134.
Victoria, B.C., 1919.
09083. d. 12.

On

Bulletin.
1918. pp. 53.

6.

pp. 362.

McL.)

19 15,

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Photographs of Officers and Men. pp. 35.


Winnipeg, 19 16. obi. 4.
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Hayes (.J.) The Eighty-Fifth in France and
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General Headquarters,

Section,

La Vie Canadienne.

Canadian War Records

Canada.

IMiLLAR (W. C.) From Thunder Bay through


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9083. b. 5.
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Canada. Canadian Contingent, B.E.F. 78th
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Winnipeg Grenadiers.

GoTJLD (L.

Rifles.

fol.

etc.

Canadian

W.P. 6055.
Canadian Contingent, B.E.F. First
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9083.

19 1 5,

3rd Echelon.

Canada.

obi. 8.

Columbia

Engineers.
The Canadian Sapper.
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Seaford, igiS, etc. 4.
Canadian Corps Training School. 'Tchun !
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1916, etc. fol. &

A
Canadian Contingent, B.E.F.
Short History & Photographic Record of the
Nova Scotia Overseas Highland Brigade, C.E.F.
4 pt. Halifax, N.S., 19 16. fol.
9081. h. 7.
Roberts (T. G.) The Story of the Tenth, etc.,
Battahon. A series of battalion histories.
Canadian War Records Office, 1918, etc.

Canada.

Calcary, 1915.

P.P. 4039. wfc.

The Listening
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Canadian Base Depot, Havre. The Rouelles
Camp Magazine. Havre, 19 16, etc.
P.P. 4039. wd. (3.)
Western Cavalry. Another Garland from
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P.P. 4039. wfn.
19 16, etc. 4.

Post.

7.

F.)
:

4.

etc.

1st British

Regimental Records.
(J.

Christmas Day
Aberdeen, 19 16.

continued.

Canadian Contingent, B.E.F. 61th


Battalion, Western Scots. The Western Scot.

Canadian War Becords Office, 1918. 908.3. a. 15.


LiVESAY (J. F. B.) Canada's Hundred Days,
Aug. 8 Nov. 11,1918. pp.421. Toronto, 1919.

Cadenhead

39

Armies.

Canada.

August-

9083. dd.

1914-1918.

Military and Naval History.

Military and Naval History. Armies.

Chronicles of the N.Z.E.F.

19 16,

etc.

B.E.F.
4.

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The New Zealander.

New

Home News

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Zealand Troops on Active Service.

N.R.
Australia.
Australian Contingent, B.E.F.
The Kia-Ora Coo-ee. The official magazine of
the Austrahan and New Zealand forces in
Egypt, Palestine, Salonica & Mesopotamia.
1916-19.

fol.

Cairo, 19 18,

etc.

4.

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(2.)

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New

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2lst

Wobbler.

Reinforcements.

Cape Town,

igi-j.

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Waitemata
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EUROPEAlSr WAR,
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Xew Zealand. Xew Zealand Contingent, B.E.F.


.39<A Reinforcements.
Lights Out. pp 37.
Christchurch, N.Z., 1919. 4.
12315. 1. 47.

the

He Maharatanga in memory

(B.)

New

Leary

of the Great
1916.

d- Co.,

New

(L. p.)

pp. 248.

of

who fought and

Zealanders

GaUipoU campaign
Simpkin, Marshall

died in the
pp. 27.
9081. ee. 16.

War.

Zealanders in Samoa.
09083. c. 50.

T. Nelson, 1920.

Poilus et Tommies. Ce qu'un officier


anglais pense de la France, pp. 14.
Alabaster, Passmore d- Sons, 1918.
09083. aa. 47.
Barres (A. M.) Le roman de I'energie nationale.
L'appel au Soldat. pp.576. 1919- [Collection
012199. g. 1/135.
Nelson.]

Administration.

South

9082.

c.

28.

Lawson

(J. A.)
Memories of Delville Wood,
South Africa's great battle, jjp. 15.
Cape Toum, 1918. 16.
9083. a. 06.
Morris (K.) A Great Soldier of the Empire.
Botha's wonderful conquests, pp. 150.
W. Stevens, 1917.
09082. bbb. 28.
Louis Botha
or,
through the Great
Thirst Land. pp. 150.
W. Stevens, 1915.
;

9083. de. 31.


With the

Khaki Crusaders.

H.)

(F.

notes and sketches with


(H.) Mr. Poilu
the fighting French, pp. 158.
9083. g. 22.
Hodder & Stoughton, 19 16.

Heinemann, 191 8.

IF.

South Africa.
Africa, South.
The History of the
African Forces in France, pp. 404.

Cooper

Armies.

France continued.

Ward

PoiLUS.

Miscellaneous.

Rhind

1914-1918.

Military and Naval History.

South African Artillery in Egypt and Palestine.


Cape Town, 1919.
pp. 92.
9084. bb. 4.
Hay (S.) History of the R.N.V.R., South
African Division, pp. 193. Cape Town, 1920.
09084. aa. 56.
(F. Z. S.)
His Majesty's Black
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Contingent, pp. 40. Cape Town, 19 18.
09082. bb. 30.

Bulletin des Armees de la


Republique.
P.P. 4039. y.
1916, etc. 4'.
Organisation de I'Armee. 3 pt.
19 16.

France.

Army.

08821. aaa. 3.
L' Administration dans I'Armee.
., General.
8827. eee. 31.
1916.
pp. 138.

X.

Diligent

pp.35. 1919. [Pages


W.P. 2825/132.
Requisitions militaires et maritimes, 1914-1917. pp.282. 1917. 4. [France.
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L'Armee.

(V.)

actuelles.]

FouGEROL

(H.)

W.P. 3376 19.


Army. Section Photographique. CataExhibition of Official Records, pp. 46.
9083. ee. 43.
19 1 7.
Lorieux (E. T.) Le Service des routes miliFrance.
logue.

pendant

taires

la guerre,

pf).

159.

1919.

9082. bbb. 37.

Peregrino

MacLeod (C. E.)


Equal Sacrifice from All.
An endeavour to promote the substitution
of Conscription for Voluntarism.
19 16. s. sh. obi. fol.
1865. 0. 4. (60.)
Cape Town. 9th Meeting of Capetown Citizens
in fellowship with those who have volunteered
their services to their Country, pp. 32.

Lestringfez

(P.)
Sous I'armure. Les chars
d'assaut fran5ais pendant la guerre, pp. 250.
09083. cc. 47.
1919.

DouMENC
sur

(J. ]5. A.) Les transports automobiles


front franais, 1914-1918. pp. 346.

le

09084. aa.

1920.

Cape Town, 1916.

9082.

df.

39.

Belgium.

BooNEN

De

(J.)

Amsterdam, 1916.

beige en campagne
Chasseurs a Pied, aout 1914
pp. 153.
1916.
09082. a. 11.
Les etablissements d'artillerie beiges pen-

du

dant

la Guerre,

1916.

Miles.

pp. 198.
191 7. 9083. g. 38.
(M.) Le general Leman. pp. 45.

[Pages

actuelles.

no. 79.]

W.P. 2825/79.
Le Baron de Broqueville et la defense

nationale.

pp. 40.

"

1918.

12.

no. 13.]

beiges,

Schwertfeger

[Les Cahiers

W.P. 4636/13.

H.)
Belgische
verteidigung und Burgerwacht, 1914.
(B.

(C.)

Landes-

pp. 311.
9084. bbb. 3.

Berlin, 1920.

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Dixmude
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General.

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Bellegarde

Odezwy

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171

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Bern, 1917.

7.

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Milano, 1916.

bt.

Hi., 191 6.

pp. 149.

Boiiiifi.

MoNKEViTS

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Armes.

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9081. ee. 19.

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Nisbet & Co., 1916.

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(M.) Sammy
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War.

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Hay

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9082. b. 23.
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The Last Milhon.


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Stoughton, 1917.
09082. a. 72.

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9082. bb. 34.

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08463. i. 44.

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08282. bb. 33.
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Three Years of

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7.

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8.

Duncan

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Regimental Records.

Commendations

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Cologne, 1910.

Gilbert

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Nancy, 19 19.

Second

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United

Germany.
General.

Camena d'Almeida

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08821. c. 12.
Nancy,
368.
1919.
pp.
Maluquer (J.) En las filas alemanas. Cuadros
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09082. aaa. 24.

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Der deutsche Soldat. Zeugnisse von


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08821.

MiincJien, 1916.

e.

38.

Jahrbiicher fiir die deutsche


Armee und Marine. Jan.-Dez. 1916.
P.P. 4022. fa.
Berlin, 1916.
Berlin.

U.S.A. Dept. of War. Army War College. Notes


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(B. J.) and Paull (C. H.) Opportunifor Handicapped Men in the Rubber
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Gray

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9084. bb. 5.
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Mayo

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838-5.

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Deland

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X.Y.,

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pp. 303.

52.

Dijon, 1919.
8828. bbb. 49.
llth Field Artillery, Battery C.
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pp.' 124.
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Dijon, igig.
09082. b. 41.

U.S.A.
Dejyt. of War.
Final Report of the
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Washington, 1920.
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From Arizona

Recruiting, Pensions, Disablement.

Men.

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08028. ee. 13.
pp. 57. Berlin, 1919.
Beitrage zur Naturgeschichte des Kricges.
W.P. 5585.
etc.
Berlin, 1920,

European War.

Their Crimes,

pp. 64.

Cassell, 19 17.

9081.

LoTi(P.)
191

L'Outrage des Barbares.

The

e.

33.

pp.30.

9083. aaa. 5.

7.

Trail of the Barbarians,

Longmans, 191 7.

pp. 20.
9083. aa. 7.


EUROPEAN WAR,
Military and Naval History. Armies.
Germany.
Conduct in Occupied
of.

" deutsche Kriegsgreuel."


Entgegnung
auf " Les Crimes allemands par Josef Bedier."
9082. f. 34. (3.)
minster, 1915.
pp. 40.
KuTTNER (M.) Tyska Brott ? Ett genniale mot
Joseph Bedier, Les Crimes allemands d'apres
des temoignages allemands. pp. 58.
Stockholm, 1915.
9082. ee. 33.
Deutsche Verbrechen ? Wider J. Bedier.
9082. f. 34. (4.)
Bielefeld, 1915.
pp. 61.
liber

Larsen

Professor Bedier und die Tagepp. 48.


9082. g. 10. (2.)
Wadstein (E.) Joseph Bedier's " Crimes
allemands."
critique, pp. 10.
9082. c. 21.
Chicago, 1916.
(C.)

biicher deutscher Soldaten.


Berlin, 1915.

EtTEOPEAN

War.

War,

European

1914-5.

Resolutions of protest, official coiTespondence


and other data relating to the destruction of
Historic Monuments during the ^Var. pp. 31.
Westerham, 191 5. 4.
9083. g. 3.

Marguillier (A.) La Destruction des monuments sur le front occidental


reponse aux
:

plaidoyers allemands.

pp. 81.

pi. 32.

1919.

amtinned.

The Belgian Deportations,


Fisher Unwin, 1916.
09082. d. 72.
(A. J.)

Ein boswilliger Sprachtstumper

(H.)

ToYNBEE

Praticas extra-

militares dos exercitos austro-allemiies.


Rio Granne do Sul, 1918.
Pli. 192.
09082. aaa. 27,
Smith (Robinson) The Evidence, pp. 24.
American Committee of Engineers, 19 18.
8026. h. 25,

Grimme

Territories

n, nil mini.

Rio Grande do Sul, Town

1914-1918.

Military and Naval History. Armies.


Condiict in Occupied.
Germany.

Territories

pp. 72.

Whitlock

(B.)

The Deportations,

(J.)

Freiburg

i.

B., 191

7.

09083.

b.

4.

9083. a a. 42.

91 8.

Proclamations.

Scraps of Paper German Proclamations in Belgium and France, pp. 37.

Belgium.

Hodder

Stoughton, 19 16.

1852. b. 28.

fol.

GiRAN

Sous le Joug. Placards et avis


(E.)
de I'armee allemande dans les regions envahies.
09082. b. 33.
104.
1918.
pp.
Belgium. German Posters in Belgium, pp. 105.

Comment

I'opinion.

Nouvelles
1914-15.

Bruxelles,
actuelles.]

Germany.

9081.

4.

T. Nelson, 19 18.

Germans.

Army.

Les deportations du Nord de


la France et de la Belgique en vue du travail
force er

le

(J.)

droit international,

pp. 69. 19 17.


6955. de. 19.

Belgian Curiosities. Belgian Curiosities of


Documents relating to forced labour
War.
during the German occupation, no. 6-20.
1917.

fol.

9081. h. 31.

Ministkre de VInterieur.
Memorandum on the Deportation and Forced Labour
of the Belgian Civil Population ordered by the
German Government, pp.28. G.Barber, 1917.
08028. h. 14. (8.)
Bryce (J.) Viscount Bryce. The Last Phase in
Belgium. Statement on the Belgian Deporta-

Belgium.

tions,

pp. 13.

g.

Allemands

les

36.

font

de guerre affichees a
2 pt.
{Pages
1915.
W.P. 2825/42 & 43.
Proclamations.

Arretcs

proclamations de guerre aUemandes du


20 aout 1914 au 25 Janvier 1915. Documents
a
afifiches
Bruxelles
historiques
pendant
I'occupation. pp.88. La Haye, igi^;.
et

6875. ee. 32.

Brussels. Les avis, i^roclamations & nouvelles


de guerre allemands affiches a, Bruxelles
pendant I'occupation. Bruxelles, 1920, etc.

W.P. 6455.

Deportations.

Basdevant

8.

Cassell,

9082. dd. 21.

Die Zerstorung von Kirchen und


Kunstdenkmalern an der Westfront. pp. 133.

Satjer

pp.

Fisher Unwin, 19 17.


9081. e. 21.
France. Ministere des Affaires ^trangeres. The
Deportation of Women and Girls from Lille.
Translated textually from the Note addressed
by the French Governments to the Governments of Neutral Powers, pp. 81.
Hodder d- Stoughton, 191 6.
9083. g. 18.
Celarie (H.) Slaves of the Huns the experiences of two girls of Lille, pp. 243.

W. Sfeaight, 191 6.

08027. ee. 79.


Destree (J.) The Deportations of Belgian
Workmen, pp. 43. Fisher Unwin, 19 17.
06955. de. 18.
Heuvel (J. van den) De la deportation des
Beiges en Allemagne. pp. 44. 19 17.
06955. i. 65.
Slave Raids in Belgium. Facts about the
Deportations, pj). 42. Fisher Unwin, 19 17.
9081. e. 19.
Passelecq (F.) Les deportations beiges a la
lumifere des documents allemands. pp. 435.
9083. g. 43.
191 7.
Unemployment in Belgium during the
German Occupation and its general causes.
A translation of part of " Les deportations
Hodder dh Stoughton, 19 17.
beiges." i^p. 92.
9083. g. 34.

Germany. Army. Proclamations. Stadt Gent.


Sammlung des offiziellen Bekanntmachungen
in Gent und Umgegend, 12 Oktober 1914
31 Juli 1915.

pp. 416. Gent, 1915.


9083. ff. 32.
(A.) Lille sous la griffe allemande. Tous
toutes
les
proclamations
les arretes municipaux,
et affiches de I'autorite allemande, au I""'
decembre 1915. pj). 330. 191 7.
9082. aaa. 3.

Fage

Cliquennois-Paqueld
Proclamations,
Lille,

arretes

gouvernement allemand.
9 19.

Lille

martyre.

et ordonnances du
pp. 415.
09082. bb. 65.

Belgium.
See also above. Deportations.
General.

Le Livre Rouge Beige.

Belgium.

allemandes en Belgique.
pp. 63.

officiels.

Les atrocites:
Recueil des rapports
9082.

1915.

e.

24.

Commission officielle du gouvernement


Rapports sur la violation du droit des

beige.

gens en Belgique.

2 vol.

191 5.

9084. bbb. 10.


Report on the Violation of the Rights of
Nations in Belgium. 2 vol. 1915,16.
9082. dd. 19.

Martyrdom

The
Report
pp. 23.

Gray

of

of
Belgium.
Official
Massacres of peaceable citizens.

Baltimore, 19 15.

(E. M.) II Belgio sotto la


Firenze, 1914.
pp. 214.

9083.

f.

25.

spada tedesca.
9082.

g.

2.

EUROPEAN WAR,

48

Military and Naval History. Armies.

Germany.

Territories

ci>utinui:d.

Sarolea

L'heroique Belgique.

(C.)

pp. 78.
10270. g. 26.

fol.

19 14.

Occupied

Conduct in

Beer (J. de) L'Allemagne s'accuse. L'invasion


et I'occupation allemandes en Belgique. pp. 61.
W.P. 2825/31.

\_Pages actuelles.]

191 5.

Belgium and Germany. Texts and


documents, pp. 132. Nelson, 191 5. 4.

Belgium.

The Heart

9082. h.
pp. 46.
9082. ee.

of Belgium,

A. L. Hunvphreys, 1915.

8.

7.

Le droit contre la force. La


Belgique, terre d'heroisme.
1915.
pp. 361.
9083. de. 23.
CoppiN (J. de) Les " Boches " en Belgique
torn. 1.
pages vecues pendant la guerre,
9083. ee. 52.
Montpellier, 191 5.
C'harriaut (H.)

Davignon (H.) Les precedes de guerre des Allemands en Belgique. pp. 48. 191 5. [Pages
W.P. 2825/21.

actuelles.-]

Orondijs

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HouTTE

Le crime de Guillaume

van)

(P.

pp. 254.

la Belgique.

n. et
9083. de. 28.

19 15.

The Pan-Germanic Crime, pp. 192.


9082. de. 20.
Hodder & Stoughton, 1915.
LoTi (P.) La grande barbarie. pp. 51. 1915.

Mares

La Belgique

(R.)

envahie.

19 1 5.

9082. gg. 5.
pp. 220.
9082. e. 20.

Markland

(R.) The Glory of Belgium, pp. 137.


011604. g. 12.
Erskine Macdonald, 19 15.

(W.) Deutsche Barbaren und englische


Kultur-Dokumente. Aus belgischen Kampf-

Marten

09083.

Berlin, 1915.

pp. 132.

statten.

Massok

9081. de.

ser.

1915.

NoTHOMB

(P.)

Les Barbares en Belgique.

1915.

pp. 261.

La Belgique

Van Halle

(G..)

in Belgium,

pp. 152.

martyre.

(1^.)

pp. 294.
9081. de. 30.

pp. 72. 191 5.


9082. de. 28.

" Boches " et " Kultur "

iip. 67.

Verhaeren

19.

9082. de. 26.

1915.

The Barbarians
Jarrold, 191 5.

Belgique.

29.

a.

Invasion des barbares en 1914,

(A.)

en

Lyon, 19 15.

La Belgique

191 5.

Belgium's Agony,

pp. 131.

9082.

War.

27.

e.

Belgium
(J. H.)
9082.
Cambridge, 1915.
La Belgique sous la griffe allemande.

Whitehouse

in

pj^. 28.
f.

7.

9083. de. 11.

1915.

Belgium. Bishops. LettredeL'Episcopat Beige


aux Cardinaux et aux Eveques d'Allemange, de
Baviere et d'Autriche, 24 Novembre 1915.
[Pages actuelles.]
1916.
W.P. 2825/72.
Bourse (J.) La Belgique loyale, heroique et
9081. de. 27.
malhcureuse. pp. 249. 19 16.
Carton de Wiart (H.) La Belgique boulevard
du Droit, pp. 109. 191 6. [Pages actuelles.]
W.P. 2825/77, "78.
Des Ombiaux (M.) La resistance de la Belgique
09076. gg. 74.
191 6.
envahie. pp. 239.
\m. 61.

Gerlache de Gomery
les

Beiges pendant

la

(A. de)
Guerre,

Belgium

querable Soul.

Hodder

in

War Time.

pp. 253.
9081. g. 7.

Stoughton, 1918.

cL-

Comment les Beiges resistent a


(J.)
domination allemande.
Contributions au
de la Belgique. pp. 473.
Lausanne, 19 16.
9083. f. 31.
Belgians under the German Eagle.
9082. ee. 14.
pp. 368. Fisher Unwin, 1916.
Mokveld (L.) L'invasion de la Belgique temoignage d'un neutre. pp.274. 1916.
Massart
la

livre des douleurs

Olijff

La

(F.)

1915.

pp. 274.

Passelecq

09083. aaa. 28.


Belgique sous le joug, 1914W.P. 4052.
1916.
Lettre a un neutre sur les

(F.)

atrocites allemandes en Belgique. pp. 33.


J. Truscott, 1916.
09083. a. 66.

Vers Liege.
Le chemin du
(G.)
9083. gg. 3.
19 15.
pp. 346.
to Liege, pp. 296.
Hodder a> Stoughton, 1916.
9081. ee. 7.

Somville
crime,

Verhaeren

Parmi

(E.)

Belgique devastee.

pp. 85.

La

cendres.

les

19 16.

010271. e. 17.
* * *.
Les Prussiens en Belgique.
08027. aa. 103.
19 16.
pp. 262.
Cammaerts (]S.) Through the Iron Bars two
vears of German occupation in Belgium.
09082. bb. 10.
pp.72. J. Lane, igiT.
Essen (L. van der) L'invasion allemande en
Belgique
de Liege a I'Yser. pp. 564. 191 7.
9083. f. 36.
The Invasion & the War in Belgium from
Liege to the Yser pp. 356.
Fisher Unwin, 1917.
09082. c. 6.
A Short Account of the German Invasion
and Occupation of Belgium, pp. 104.
Fisher Unwin, 19 18.
09083. a. 43.
Halasi (0.) Belgium under the German Heel9081. ee. 28.
pp.257. Cassell, igi -J.

Havard de la Montagne (M.) La vie agonisante des pavs occupes. La Belgique. Octobre
1914 juillet 1916. pp. 270. 19:8.
09082. d. 20.

Toynbee

(A. J.)

The German Terror in Belgium.

Hodder

d-

Aston

{Sir G. G.)
Belgium, pp. 105.

Stoughton, 191 7.
9081. ee. 22.
of Terror in

The Triangle
J.

Murray, 19 18.

09083. c. 54.
nouvelle a travers
quatre ans de guerre, 1914-1918. 2 tom.

Neuray

La Belgique

(F.)

8081. de.

Bruxelles, 1918.

1.

Grelling (R.) Belgian Documents


a companion volume to " The Crime." pp. 308.
08027. f. 59.
Hodder d; Stoughton, 19 19.
KuRTH (G.) Le guet-apens prussien en Belgique.
:

X.

pp. 262.

pp. 157.

09083. aa. 59.


sanglante.
9083. e. 10.

Constable, 1915.-

Military and Naval History. Armies.


Germany.
Conduct in Occupied
Territories ro/(^'?u((Y?.
Gerlache de Gomery (A. de) The Uncon-

The Road

in Belgium,

[Ammunition for

19 1 5.

pp. 95.

The Germans

(L. H.)

1914 1918.

pp. 226.

19 19.

Whitlock

(B.)

Occupation.

09083.

a.

14.

Belgium under the German


Heinemann, 1919.

2 vol.

9081. g. 26.

Henry

(A.)

en Belgique.

Etudes sur Toccupation allemande


pp. 465.

Bruxelles, 1920.

09084.

c.

14.

Brussels. La Libre Belgique. Bulletin de


propagande patriotique.
fol.
C. 57. g. 23.
Brussels, 1915-18.

P.P.

La Belgique
pp. 328.
9083.

et
19 16.

g.

17.

Villes mcurtries dc Belgique. 4 vol.


010271. h. 24.
Bruxelles, 1916-17.

Belgium.

EUROPEAN WAR,

Military and Naval History. Armies.

Germany.
Territories

Conduct in

Melot

contin ued.

(G.) Pictures of
4^
J. Lane, igi-j.

Le martvre du

(A.)

1915.

Ruined Belgium.

Workmen

to the

9083.

clerge beige,

Appeal

Workmen

of

pp. 59.

Quieoga

the Belgian

of all nations.

08282. a. 11.
W.Speaight, 1916.
Vandervelde (E.) La Belgique envahie et le
pp. 234.

19 17.

08027.

Kellogg

Women

(C.)

tragedy to triumph.

IS.

df.

turning
of Belgium
210. A\F., 1917.
09083. aaa. 39.

(H.M.B.J.L.) Baron.

La Guerre

et les oeuvres d'art en


Bruxelles, 1917.
9082. g. 43.
Mercier (D. J.) Cardinal.
The Seizure of
Church Bells and Organs in occujiied Belgium.
09083. a. 52.
St. Albans, 1918.
pp. 7.

pp. 185.

Des Ombiatjx
role

dans

19 1 8.

La

(M.)

litterature beige, son


la Belgique. pji. 47.

de

la resistance

W.P. 4636/10.

[Les Cahiers beiges.]

Massart

La Presse

clandestine dans la
pp. 318. Paris, 19 17.
9083. g. 27.
The Secret Press in Belgium, pp. 96.
Fisher Unwin, 1918.
9082. a. 13.
(J.)

De Overweldiging van

(L.)

Belgique occupee.

Laws.

Gesetz-

und Verordnungs-

blatt fur die okkupierten Gebiete Belgiens.

1914-17. fol.
German Legislation

5686.

Briissel,

for

i.

1.

Occupied

the

The Hague, 19 15-19.

Territories of Belgium.

5656. df.

7.

Legislation allemande pour le territoire


beige occuiJe. pp. 165. La Haye, 1915.
05604. ee. 22.

Hirschfeld

(E.) Der Rechtszustand Belgiens


nach einjahriger deutscher Besetzung. pp. 40.

Berlin, 1915.

Anholt

(F.)

Belgien.

0560.5. h. 31.

Die

deutsche

Verwaltung in

Berlin, 1917.

pp. 132.

9081. eee. 34.

VoLKMANN
Belgien
pp. 117.

Das Generalgouvernement

(L.)

zwei Jahre deutscher Arbiet.

9415. cc.

Leijyzig, 1917.

6.

Kellen

(T.) Belgien sonst und jetzt. pp. 112.


[Montanus-Bucher.]
9084. gg. 3.
Die Einkreisung der Verlasterung. ijp. 24. Berlin, 1915. 08027. c. 17. (5.)
Krcuz und quer durch
JliTTELMANN (F.)

1915.

EiNKREisuNG.

Belgien.

pp. 116.

Stettin, 191 5.

09083. aa. 28.

Marten (W.) Die Liige im Solde


Aus dem Bryce-Comitee. pp. 192.

Englands.

08027. ee. 68.

Berlin, 19 15.

Days.

The Red Days

Les AUemands en Belgique,

(F.)

1914-1918.
^pp. 377.

Temoignage d'un neutre.


09083.

1919.

Akerhielm

Fran BerUn

(A.)

till

Stockholm, 1916.

pp. 115.

being the diary of a


Prussian Officer in Belgium during the autumn
and early winter of 1914. pp. 88.
Pearson, 1916.
09076. de. 83.

Stalhane

Invasionen

(H.)

(J.)

I det yderste Belgien.

pp. 151.
9083. aaa. 9.

Kpbenhavn, 19 16.

Dietrors (S.) De Duitschers in Belgie. pp. 53.


Bussum, 1 9 14.
9082. ff. 8.
Gericke (F.) Van het slagveld der natien.
pp.396.

Dan Haag,

32.

igis.

9082. g. 27.

pp. 190.
09082. c. 34.

Belgien.

Stockholm, 19 16.

Probst

Eindriicke eines neuBelgien.


pp. 86. Zurich, 191 6. 10271. bb. 50.

(E.)

tralen.

A Journal from the American


Legation in Belgium, pp. 360.

Gibson

(H.)

Hodder

09082.

Stoughton, 1917.

d;

c.

11.

Local and Personal.

Dumont-Wilden

(L.) L'occupation allemande


a Bruxelles racontee par les documents allemands. pp. 93. 1915. [Pages actuelles.]
W.P. 2825/37.
Twells (J. H.) In the Prison City Brussels,
1914-1918. pp. 293. A. Melrose, 1919.
09083. cc. 13.
:

Deux

Brussels.
Dans la geole bruxelloise.
annees sous le joug allemand. pp. 252.

9083. aa. 51.

7.

(A.) Le Sac de
Bruxelles, 19 18.

Colin

SoMViLLE

Dinant

(G.)
pp. 350.

tion,

Dinant en 1914.

pp. 61.

09082.

b.

48.

massacre et destruc-

9083. b. 18.

1919.

TscHOFFEN

(M.) Le sac de Dinant. pp. 301.


9082. d. 6.
Leyde, 19 17.
Nyrop (K.) De arresterede Professorer og
Universitetet i Gent, pp.80. Kj0benhavn, igi6
8357. 0. 23.
Torn (P.) Huit mois avec les " Boches " dans
le

Luxembourg

pp. 205.

beige, aout 1914

avril 1915.
a. 43.

09082.

1916.

Plain Tale from MaHnes,


Aug. 1914. pp. 47. Oxford, 1914. 9082. ff. 2.
a personal expeCappuyns (E.) Louvain
Kingston-on-Thames, 1914.
rience,
pp. 32.
9082. de. 15.
Louvain. An Eye-witness at Louvain. pp. 9.
Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1914. 09083. b. 36. (1.)

Cleirens

(F.)

Chambry

(R.)

pp. 60.

91

La

5.

Verite sur Louvain.


9083.

The Truth about Louvain.

e.

23.

pp. 95.

9083. de. 44.


Hodder & Stoughton, 191 5.
Statement about the de(L. van der)
struction of Louvain and neighbourhood,
9083. f. 23.
Chicago, 1915.
pp. 24.
Gruben (H. de) Les AUemands a Louvain.
9083. gg. 5.
19 1 5.
pp. 158.
Narsy (R.) Le Supplice de Louvain. pp. 206.
9083. f. 5.
1915.

Essen

X.

Wat

een Ooggetuige te Leuven zag.

Eye Witness.
pp. 52.

(A.)

pp. 209.

19 16.

Germans.
Hodder

<Sb

b.

42.

a.

38.

f.

14.

The Horrors of Louvain.


09082.

1916.

Fuglister

pp. 10.

09083.

T. Nelson, 19 15.

Jorgensek

cc.

Brussel.
9082. b. 26.

OssiAN-Nn^ssoN (K. G.) Militarism at work in


Belgium and Germany, pp. 91.
09082. a. 81.
Fisher Unwin, 1917.

Bruxelles, 191

Germany.

Belgie.

Rotterdam, 1916.

jDp.

Kervyn de Lettenhove
1914-16.
Belgique.

Armies.
Occupied

Conduct in

continued.

9082. ee. 23.


The German Fury in Belgium, pp. 247.
Hodder cfc Stoughton, 1917.
09082. a. 56.
pp. 187.

pp. 12.

socialisme international,

Mokveld

29.

g.

W.P. 2825/12.

[Pages actueUes.]

Belgian Wokkmen.

Germany.
Territories

VERDAVArNNE
pp.245.

Occupied

1914-1918.

Military and Naval History.

Louvain,

The Germans

ville

martyre.
9083.

at Louvain.

Stoughton, 19 16.

pp. 115.
09082. a. 34.

EUROPEAN WAR,

50

Military and Naval History. Armies.

Germany.

Conduct in

Occupied

Territories /(,/(// iie<1.


LouvAix. La Bibliotheque de Louvain. Seance
commemorative du 4"= amiiversaire de I'incendie.

pp.

17-t.

011903. aa. 23.

1919.

La Barre

Captive of the Kaiser in Bel(G.)


gium, at jVamm-. pp. 96.
Jlills & Boon, 19 14.
9082. de. 2.
CoLUMBAN (M.) The Irish Nmas at Ypres an
episode of the war. pp. 220.
Smith, Elder, 1915.
9082. gg. 18.
:

(.J.)
A Belgian Martyr of the War
Father Dergent of Gelrode. pp. 15.
Washbourne, 1915.
4863. ccc. 38.
Miles. Henry Carton de Wiart. pp. 54.
[Pages actuelles.]
W.P. 2825/113.
191 7.
Vaughan (G. E. M.) The Flight of MarietteA story of the siege of Antwerp, pp. 147.

Dergent

Chapman dMercier (D.

09082. cc.

Hall, 19 16.

4.

Le Cardinal Mercier
J.) Cardinal.
centre les Barbares
lettres, mandements,
protestations jjendant I'occupation allemande.
19 1 7.
4445. h. 2.
pp. 127.
:

The Voice

of

Belgium

utterances of Cardinal Mercier.

Burns

c& Oates,

19 17.

being the

War

pp. 329.
4446. aa. 23.

Cardinal Mercier's Own Story, pp. 441.


dh Stoughton, 1920.
4866. h. 22.
Bonnefon (M. F. J. J. de) Le Cardinal Mercier.
4865. ee. 27.
1 9 19.
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Hodder

Kellogg

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Waxweiler (E. p.) Der europiiischer Krieg.

Belgien hat sein Schicksal nicht verschuldet.


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08027. aa. 78.
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08285 bbb. 74.
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Belgium.
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a personal
narrative of the War and ReUef in Belgium.
9081. eee. 14.
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des Affaires Etrangeres. Guerre de 1914-1917.
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1915. pp. 52.5.
1917. fol.
9081. h. 12.
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10th May, 1915. pp. 375.
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Book on the War in Belgium. A commentary.
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legendes du Livre Blanc allemand du 10 mai
1915.
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pp.301.
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Commission for Relief in Belgium.


Special Departmental Reports.
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08285. b. as.

and

(J.)

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soziale

in

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Cavell.

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the U.S. Ambassador respecting the execution
of Miss Cavell at Brussels,
Darling d: Son, 1915.

pp. 24.

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6.

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(A.)
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Beck

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10827. aa. 63.
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sicut Christus."

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Travestj'.
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analytical study of the reply of the 'Belgian
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pp. 86. Sir J. Causton, 19 16. 08028. de. 65.
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35.

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Germany.
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Belgium.

c.

etc.

e<c.

London.

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09082.

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df.

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Territories cntin ued.

Local.

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27.

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09084. aa. 38.
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and (M.)
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4".

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g.

5.

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Reims, pp. 22. Valence, 1914. Ac. 5346/4. (1.)

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9081. de.
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07816. k. 54.

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un
crime allemand. pp. 236.
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&-Marne, 1914. 2 pt. Meaux, 1916.
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with translations of the proceedings in the
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official report of the French Commission.
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and Bereaved
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Vitry-le-Fran9ois pendant la
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09082. c. 19.
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Poland.

the

of

la

Trouee des Vosges.

9083. gg. 10.


1915.
pp. 354.
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10171.

g.

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d.

71.

Turczynowiczowa (L.)
When the Prussians
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:

X.Y., 1917.

pp. 281.

09083.

c.

31.

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RiVAS

(C. C.)

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vastation, aout 1914 octobre 1918. pp. 131.
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mois d'Aout et Septembre 1914. Remcreville.

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study in German efficiency, pp. 30.

cupee.

a.

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30.

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Sir J. Causton, 191 6.

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Florext-Matter (
)
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191 8.
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1918.

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Germany.

La Lituanie sous
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Lausanne, 1919.

allemande

en

Geneve, 1917.

8095. g. 27.
Lituanie oc9082. dd. 5.

Occupation allemande en Lituanie.


pp. 116.

Geneve, 191

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7.

4.

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vie publique en Lituanie occupee par


les Allemands. pp. 27. Geneve, 191 7.

MiCHAELis

(P.)

deutscher Hand.

Kurland und
jip.

196.

9082. d.

4.

Litauen

in

Berlin, 19 18.
9082. bbb.

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Der Rumiine M.
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Sturia iiber Deutschlands Arbeit in Rumiinien.


Diessen, igij.
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Microbe-Culture at Bukarest.
Discoveries at the German Legation.
From
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09083. d. 14.
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W.P.

4.

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macht im

5.5.

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England.

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91 6-1

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Heer.

1910 Dez.

4".

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30, 1917.

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Aus OsterrcichWeltkriege.
pp. 391.
09083. d. 8.

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09083.

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nach Nationalitaten. pp. 84.
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09083.

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b.

39.

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L'occupation austro-bulgare

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9082. bb.

19 18.

3.

Comment les Austro-Hongrois


ont fait la guerre en Serbie.
pp. 48.
1915.
08028. ee. 38. (8.)
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Serbia,

on

the

jjp.

48.

1915.

War.]

Wie

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and Documents

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9082. bbb. 45.
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deux Recueils de Temoignages concernant les
actes de violation du Droit des Gens commis par
les Etats en guerre avec I'Autriche-Hongrie.
Lausanne, 1918.
06955. e. 20.
pp. 58.
die

The Kingdom of Servia infringements of


Laws of War committed hj the
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the Rules and

Austro-Bulgaro-Germans. pp. 128.


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9082. aaa. 19.
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by the Austro-Hungarian Army during the
first

Verordnungsblatt

Sept. 23,

Egy

Conduct in Serbia.
10.

lusthste.

pp. 211.

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7.

8156. g.

Militarism
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Austria.

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9082. df. 42.
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Lfg.

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09083. cc. 68.
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Montreal, 1919.

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Hall, 1916.

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la guerre,
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War. Blackie, 19 16. 4.


1873. b. 7.
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9083. aa. 40.
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Jarrold, 1914.

Manual.

3.

f.

2 vol.
8824. ee. 15.

Fisher Vnwin, 1915.

Pocket War Dictionary.


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Pearson, 1915.

09082.

1915.

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16.

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Gerok

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8826. eee. 8.

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den Weltkrieg. pp. 346.
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53.

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EOLLS OF HONOUR.
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I.

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9084. cc.

1915.

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Officers

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46.

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London.

pp. 12.

191

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Names

Bournemouth School.
Bournemouth, 1920.

Bowesfield.

present

of

and former members who served


Forces in the War. pp. 13.

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of

War

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The Great World War.

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&

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010368. ee. 15.

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1919, etc.
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Old
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School.
1915.

pp. 12.

Dorrien

On

College.

Denstone, 19 15.
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4.
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48.

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pp. 214.

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4.

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13.

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16.

16.

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71.

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Honour,

Edinburgh, 1920.
09084.
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Caxton House Printing


Office, Dundee. A record of the employees who
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of

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1.

Edinburgh. George Watson's College. A Memorial Record of Watsonians who served in


the Great War, 1914-1918. pp. 356.
Edinburgh, 1920.

Glasgow, 1918.

8365. bb. 58.


:

1914 and after, 'pp. 343.


Stornoway, 1920. obi. 8'.
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pp. 12.

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9.

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Nairn, 1915.
9082. ff. 15.
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University in the Great War. pp. 8.
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4.

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(T.)
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4.

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MiUtary

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14162. ee. 42.

An
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Unofficial Guide to the Racecourse Hospital.

Humphris

Cheltenham.

i)p.

64.

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Harrison

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-pp.

264.

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1.

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BuRSiLL

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7686.

Hawick and the War

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Smith (James)

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1914-1918.

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London. Belgravia War Hospital Supply Dep6t.


Monthly Record. 19 18-19. 4.
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England.

British

Red Cross

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The Work

V.A.D. London 1 during the War. pp. 96.


09083. a. 35.
Allen (t- Umvin, 1920.
England.
Army.
Souvenir of the Second
London General Hospital, pp. 72. 1917. 4
of

7680.

ff.

II.

EUROPEAN WAR,

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Manchester Medical War Committee. Final Report, pp. 23.


7680. de. 34.
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4G.

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St.

Reid

Appeal
British Red Cross Society.
for IMembers of the Nursing Staff
of the Scottish Red Cross Hospital, Rouen,
7688. eee. 41.
Edinburgh, 1919.
pp. 68.

England.
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The New
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09082. aa. 28.
Auckland, 19 16.

FoLJAMBE

""

(T.) The Story of British V.A.D.


Great War. pp. 300.

09083.

A. Melrose, 1917.

c.

11.

AA'omen as Army Surgeons


(F.)
being the history of the Women's Hospital
Corps in Paris, "Wimereux and Endell Street,
:

September 1914 October 1919.


Hodder <l- Stoughton, 1920.

pp. 263.

09084.

c.

8.

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Work

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1914-1918.

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Medical
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Letvis, 1918.

9081.

Abami

War

(J. G.)

Medical Corps,

Bruce

Story of the Canadian

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1918.

9084.

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Army
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21.

Politics and the Canadian Army


Toronto, 19 19.
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Lines of Communication
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The
Harefield Park Boomerang.
Harefield, 1916, etc.
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4.
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Canada. Canadian Contingent, B.E.F. No. 4
Casualty Clearing Station. Clearings, pp. 32.
4.
12354. w. 7.
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The Korero "Aotea."

No. 2 Field Ambulance, 1st Division. The


Iodine Chronicle.
fol.
19 15, 16.
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No. 2 Field Ambulance, 1st Division. The
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fol.
19 15.
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EUROPEAN WAR,

60

Military and Naval History.


British Army~r(//(^'(/((t'(/.

Medicine.

Canada.

Canadian Contingent, B.E.F.


No. 3
Field Ambulance, \st Division. J\o\v and Then.
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Incorporating " The
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Xow
'
& Then." 1916,6^. fol.
No.

1,

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Personal Experiences, Reminiscences,

Cower

etc.

L.) Duchess of Sutherland.


Six Weeks at the War.
pp. 116.
The Times, 19 14.
9082. de. 10.

(M.

F.

Army

(E. C. H.)
With the Royal
Medical Corps at the Front, pp. 180.
[Daily Telegraph War Books.]

1914.

9085. de. 1/15.


the story
Putnam, 1915.
9082. de. 19.
BoARDMAN (I\I. T.) Under the Red Cross Flag
at home and abroad, pp. 333.
Philadelphia, 191 5.
7087. aaa. 19.

Barclay (F. L.
of a Red Cross

In hoc vince

C.)

Flag.

pp. 17.

Boyd

(W.) With a Field Ambulance at Ypres.


pp.110. N.Y.,1915.
09082. a. 61.

Back

(P.)

Newnes, 19 15.
DuPUY (G. M.)
[Oxford

1915.

Macnaughtan
War.

of the Front,

pp. 126.
9083. de. 33.

The

Stretcher- Bearer, pp. 138.

War

Primers.]

W.P. 3074/6.

a Woman's

(S.)

Diary of the
9083. de. 18.

Nelson, 1915.

pp. 168.

Martin

(A. A.)

Surgeon in Khaki,

pp. 279.
9082. f. 37,

E. Arnold, 1915.

Thurstan

(V.)

Column.

1313.

Westerdale
Flag.

Field

(T. L. B.)

C.

and Flying

Hospital

Putnam,

183.

pp. 170.

Under

1915.

9082. e. 10.
the Red Cross

Ambulance

(L.)

no.

10.

Personal

from the Front, pp.155. Constable,

CoBBOLD (L.) In Blue and Gray.


life in Red Cross Hospitals,
pp.
Cambridge, 1917.
Dent (O.) A V.A.D. in France,
G. Richards, 191

7.

Sketches of
23.

09082.

c.

English

10.

pp. 348.

09083.

c.

(R. V.) A Regimental Surgeon in


Prison,
pp. 248. J. Murray, 19 17.

DoLBEY

MuiR (W.)

23.

War

09082. cc. 37.


Observations of an Orderly in an

War

F.A.N. Y. in France,

Heinemunn,

19 17.

0908.3.

8.

c.

Cambridge, 191 7.
09082. cc. 27.
The Tale of a Casualty Clearing StationBlackwood, 19 17. "
09083. aaa. 45.
Walker (H. F. B.)
A Doctor's Diary in
Damaraland. pp.207. E. Arnold, igi-j.
pp. 306.

9081.

Bruce

Humour

(C.)

behind 3 fronts,

Tragedy.

in

pp. 66.

15.

e.

Hospital

life

Skeffington, 1918.

9082. dd.

England. Army. With the R.A.M.C.


pp. 315.
L.,

Cassell, 19 18.

7.

in Ejiv|3t.
ee." 33.

9081.

R. A.

Bearer,

Letters of a Canadian Stretcher


pp. 288. Boston, 1918. 09083. c. 45.

MuiR (W.) The Happy


Siinpkin, Marshall

Hospital, pp. 155.


igiS. 9083. aa.

d: Co.,

Arnold

15.

(G.)
Sister Anne
Sister Anne !
Stories of hospital work in France during the
War. 1313.235. Toronto, igig. 012603. eee. 60.
!

Beauchamp
pp. 290.

Fanny Goes to War.


Murray, 19 19.
09083.

(P.)

J.

36.

cc.

Corporal. Field Ambulance Sketches, pp. 156.


J. Lane, 19 19.

Gray

09083.

cc.

7.

Hospital Days in Rouen, pp. 96.


Gowans cfc Gray, 1919.
9083. b. 21.
Herringham {Sir W. P.)
A Physician in
France, pp.293. E.Arnold, 1919. 9082. cc. 18.
LuGARD (E. A.) Some Impressions of the Work
of the British Red Cross in France, pp. 63.
Bombay, 19 19.
09083. a. 74.
Macnaughton (S.) My War Experiences in
(T.)

Two

Continents,

pp. 286.

J.

Murray, 1919.
c.

32.

Finding Themselves.
The
(.1.
C.)
letters of an American Army Chief Nurse in
a British Hospital in France, pp. 231.

Stimson

010902. de. 47.

iV.y., 19 19.

Bradford

(M.)
Hospital Letter-writer in
France, pp. 108. Methuen, 1920. 9083. aa. 59.

Arms & the Doctor: being tlie


military experiences of a middle-aged medical
man. pp. 85. C. W. Daniel, 1920.
8826. bb. 56.
Harden (H. S. S.) Faenza Rest Camp. A story
of the Mediterranean L. of C. pp. 111.
09083. bb. 71.
Hutchinson, 1920.
Gervis (H.)

Tayler

(H.)
Scottish Nurse at Work.
9083. bbb. 42.
J. Lane, 1920.
pp. 156.

Tubby

(A. IT.)

Near East.

Consulting Surgeon in the

pp. 279.

Christophers, 1920.

09084.

b.

24.

Belgian and French Armies.


Billot

(G.)

Premier panscmcnt et evacuation

des blesses au combat. Campagne 1914-19 l(i.


8830. cc. ;}0.
pp. 68. Lyon, 1916.
PRi:TET (H.) Le relevcment des blesses sur le
champ de bataille et leur transport dans la
zone de I'avant. Campagne 1914-15. pp. S4.
08821. ff. 16. (3.)
Lyon, 1915.

Reinach

Le Service de Sante pendant la


(J.)
guerre, pp. 126. 19x5. [Pages artuelles.]
W.P. 2825/63.64.

Hospital,

Nursing Adventures.
IF.

igij.

Tale.

pp. 249.
Simpkin, Marshall d; Co., 191 7. 09083. aaa. 69.

icji"].

09082. cc. 16.

and

R.T.S.

pp.284.

09082.

letters

Ship,

Spearing (E. M.) From Cambridge to Camiers


under the Red Cross, pp. 87.

H. Kelly, 19 15.

9082. gg. 3.
Western Front. Diary of a Nui-sing Sister on
the Western Front, pp.300. Edinburgh, igi 5.
9082. gg. 22.
Barker (H. G.) The Red Cross in France.
pp. 168. Ilodder & Stoughton, 1916.
09082. b. 4.
Howe (M. A. D. W.) The Harvard Volunteers
in Europe
personal records of experience in
Military, Ambulance and Hospital Service,
Cambridge, Mass., 19 16.
pp. 263.
09082. a. 60.
Mills (A. H.) Hospital Days. pp. 187.
Fisher Unwin, 19 16.
09082. aa. 57.
ToLAND (E. D.) The Aftermath of Battle. AVith
the Red Cross in France,
pp. 175.
Macmillan, 1916.
09082. aa. 10.

BrswELL

S.

Vivian

Campbell

1914-1918.

Military and Naval History. Medicine.


British Army rr,/,^'/(((r(7.
Padre. Fiftv Thousand Miles on a Hospital

Nursing Adventures.
pp. 203.
09083. aaa. 16.

Alix (A. d") Lc


La Croix-Rouge

role ))atri()tique des


fran(;aisc.

pp.

.340.

femmes.
1914.

07687.

e.

47.

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1914 1918.

61

Military and Naval History. Medicine.


Belgian and Ereneli Armies coH/f/.

Military and Naval History. Medicine.


Belgian and French Armies co>!<t/.

Ca VILLON

Helys

L"H6pital de Senlis iDendant


(A.)
roccupation allemande, sept. 1914. pp. 21.
09083.

Senlis, 19 15.

19.

b.

BiNYON

(R. L.)
For Dauntless France: an
account of Britain's aid to the French Wounded.

Hodder

pp. 372.

Stoughton, 1918.
09082. c. 22.
Service de Sante.
British

db

France.
Army.
Ambulances for French Wounded.
Brockky, 191

Leng (W.

7858.

fol.

7.

t.

34.

Notes on the work


of a British Volunteer Ambulance Convoy with
the 2nd French Army. pp. 71.
S.S.A. 10.

St. Q.)

9082. h. 30.

4.

Sheffield, 19 18.

Beeillon (L.)
Una Visite a THopital de
Royaumont, Scottish Women's Hospital for
Foreign Ser\ice.

Navarro

Alleyi d*

France.

8.

1916.

9083. dd.

8.

The Scottish Women's


the French Abbey of Royaumont.

Hospital at
pp. 223.

pp.

de)

(A.

Unwin, 191 7.

Field Service of the American Ambulance.


Boston, 1916.
9081. ee. 24.
pp. 297.

Amis de

France. Traduction de F. Roz.


09082. d. 15.
191 7.

pp. 328.

la

Personal Experiences, Reminiscences,

Eydofx-Demians
pp. 214.

(M.)

Klein

9082. de. 29.

19 1 5.

pp. 170.
9082. gg. 20.

La Guerre vue d'une ambulance,

(F.)

pp. 276.

etc.

Notes d'une Infirmiere.

In a French Hospital,
Fisher Umoin, 1915.

9082. de. 27.

1915.

Diary of a Franch Army Chaplain.


9083.
pp. 288. A. Melrose, 1915.
'

Leleux
cier.

46.

e.

Feuilles de route d'un Ambulan19 15.


9082. f. 48.
pp. 109.
(C.)

Martineatj
pp. 31.

(J.)

Journal d'une Infirmiere.


9083.

1915.

3.

f.

Roger

(N.) Les Carnets d'une Infirmiere.


no. 1-6.
1915.
9084. c.

12.

Verberie. Une Ambulance improvisee. Verbcrie, 2 septembre


3 novembre 1914. pp. 36.

Verberie, 191 5.

9082.

Antelme

ff.

40.

Avec I'Armee d'Orient


(J.)
notes
d'une infirmiere a Moudros. pp. 263. 1916.
09082. aa. 12.
Bessieres (A.) Le Train Rouge. Deux ans en
tram sanitaire. pp. 286. 19 16.
09082. bbb. 15.
CoLOMBEL {Mme. E.) Journal d'lme Infirmiere
d'Arras.
1916.
09082. aa. 31.
pp. 164.
:

Dardanelles.

Uncensored Letters from the


Dardanelles
written to his English wife by
a French Medical Officer. Transl. from the
;

French,
the Great

Roger

pp. 293.

191 6.

War.^

(N.)

[Soldiers' Tales of
9081. c. 1/3.

Le Carnet d'un temoin.

2 pt.
9084. f. 12.

1916.

Roussel-Lepine

Une Ambulance

de gare.
Croquis des premiers jours de guerre, aout
1914.
1916.
pp. 194.
09082. aa. 27.
SoLTLACROix (T.) Notes de Guerre et d'Ambulance.
1916.
pp. 142.
9081. ee. 14.
Ulmes (R. d') Aupres des blesses, pp. 88.
1916.
09083. aaa. 41.
(J.)

Bertrand de Laflotte

(D.)

Dans

(M.)
Cantiniere dc la Croix-Rouge.
1917.
09083. aaa. 34.
(D.)
Blessure et belle humeur.
1918.
pp. 86.
9083. b. 9.

Vecchini

La Maziere

(P.)
L'H. C. F.
gical flottant. Dardanelles,

Salonique.

Calthrop

pp. 256.
(D.

C.)

L'hopital chirur-

Moudros, Athenes.

19 19.

9083. bb. 20.

The Wounded French

Soldier, pp. 36. St. Catherine Press, 1915.

16^.

9082. df. 18.

Cator

pp. 99.

Moon

In a French Mihtary Hospital.

(D.)

Longmans, 19 15. fol. 9082. gg. 35.


Four Weeks as Acting Com-

(E. R. P.)

mandant
pp. 78.

at the Belgian Field Hospital.


A. L. Humphreys, 1915.
16^

9082. df. 24.

Sinclair (M.)
A Journal of Impressions in
Belgium, pp. 332. Hutchinson, 1915.
9083. e. 8.
S.) A Surgeon in Belgium, pp.217.
E. Arnold, 191 5.
9082. ee. 1.
Howe (M. A. de W.) The Harvard Volunteers
in Europe
personal records of experience in
Mihtary, Ambulance, and Hospital Service.
Harvard Univ. Press, 19 16.
pp. 273.
09082. a. 60.
La Motte (E. N.) The Backwash of War.
pp. 186. N.Y., 1916.
9083. de. 26.

Souttar(H.

9081. eee. 20.


Friends of France. The

Appendix.

pp.256.

les

Flandres

notes d'un volontaire de la Croix-Rouge,


191 7.
pp. 284.
09083. aaa. 35.

Livingston

(St.

Under Three
France,

jjp.

C.)

and Steen-Hansen

(I.)

Flags.
With the Red Cross in
251.
Macmillan, 1916.

09082. a. 1.
(G. E.) The Cellar-House of Pervj-se
a tale from the journals and letters of Baroness
T'serclaes and M. Chisholm. pp. 277.
Black, 1916.
9083. ff. 6.
French Hospital.
Letters from a French
Hospital,
Constable, 191 7.
pp. 96.
010905. de. 14.
PoiLUS. " My Beloved Poilus." Home letters
from an American girl. pp. 123.
St. John, N.B., 191 7.
9083. aa. 23.
Benson (S. C.) " Back from Hell." pp. 250.
Chicago, 1918.
9083. aa. 49.
Bryan (J. H.) "Ambulance 464." pp. 220.
N.Y., 1 91 8.
9082. b. 32.
CoYXE (E. R.) Ambulancing on the French
Front, pp.243. xV.F., 1918.
09083. bb. 14.

MiTTON

German Army.
Hahn

(G.) Totentanz 1914/15. Aus dem Skizzenbuch eines Feldarztes. pf). 94.

Leipzig, 19 15.

Nystrom

(G.)

9082.

Dar

stridens

s.lr

lakas.

ff.

12.

Skil-

dringar fran Tyskland och vastra krigsskadeplatsen. pp. 133. Stockholm, 19 15.
09083. bb. 24.
Lennhoff (R.) Mit dem Feldlazarett. Kriegserinnerungen eines Arztes.
pp. 154.
19 16.
[.4ms den Tagen des grossen Krieges.]
9081. b. 1/7.
Trolle (A.) Bland slrade. pp. 191.
Stockliolm, 19 1 6.
010106. e. 2.
Red Cross Sister. Aus dem Tagebuch einer
Roten-Kreuz-Schwester. pp. 143.
Leipzig, 19 17.
9082. bb. 2.
Dreiling (R.)
Lazarettund Friedhofsbilder aus Saint-Quentin.
pp. 36.
Freiburg im Breisgau, 19 18.
9083. a. 32

Rauch

(R.)
Momentbilder aus feldarztfichei
Tatigkeit. pp. 47. Graz, iqiS.
9084. gg. 2.

EUROPEAN WAR,

62

Military and Naval History. Medicine

continued.

Italian Army.
Peedtjca (M. L.) Un anno d' ospedale, giugno

1915novembre
2Iilano, 191

191G.

Serbia,

0908.3.

7.

c.

Downer

17.

Cross in Italy,

A. Churchill, 10 16.

Doctor
Mills

16.

ff.

1.

of Death.

9081.

Macmillan, 1916.

Matthews

09084. aa. 51.


U.S.A. American Poets' Ambulances in Italy.
Report, pp.16. X.7., 1918. 4.
9081.

"

Philadelphia, 1916.

4.

c.

Livingston (St. C.) and Steen-Hansen (I.)


Under Three Flags. With the Red Cross in
Belgium, France, and Serbia, pp. 238.

N.Y., 1920.

pp. 253.

J. d-

The Highway

(E. B.)

pp. 209.

the record of
(E. V.) Outposts of Mercy
a visit in 1916 to the various units of the British
Methuen,
Italy,
in
Red Cross
pp.60.
191 7.
9082. df. 45.
Bakewell (C. M.) The Story of the American

Red

pp. 292.

09082. bb.

pp. 102.

Lucas

1914 1918.

Military and Naval History. Medicine.


- Serbian Army
roniin ned
Beery (J.) The Story of a Red Cross Unit in

Roumanian Army.

of

Boon, 1916.

1.

9082. ee. 20.

The Flaming Sword

pp. 325.
Stoughton, 19 16.

<L-

a.

Woman

pp. 246.

in Serbia,

d-

Stobart (M. a.)


and elsewhere,
Hodder

09082.

Experiences

(C.)

in Serbia

09082.

cc.

12.

FiTZROY (Y.) With the Scottish Nurses


Roumania. pp. 165. J. Murray, 191 8.

in

c.

56.
I

Russian Army.
Couibuianic OuKmepio.ioioeh u npedcmaouepmeoiio-camimapHbixd opiamuaniii no
OopbOib C5 aapasuhiMU 6o.iib3H)iMU 65 ce/mi ch
MocKBa, 28-30
TpvAti.
eoeuHbiMS epeMCHOMo.
Mocicea, 1915.
ACKaOpa 1914 r. pp. 131.
7461. i. 30.
BcepocciiicKiii SeMciciii Coiosr, noMow,u
Russia.
KoMumemu lOw('lO.ibHhiMS ti panenhiMa eonuaMH.
CoBtmanie no BonpocaMi,
'.ianadnaw >i>ponrau.
naKuniiaqiH ^poTlIB^ xcTcpu h fipioujuoK) Tii4>a.
H{ypna.n> 3act./ianiii
KicBb, 6-7 anrycia 1915 r.

pp. 38.

7560. f. 15.
Mocum, 1915.
Kiev. Ko.miccin noMomupanmbiMbPeHrmeHoecKiiMo
nsc.iibdoeanieMn.

nsBtCTia.

Kieer,,

etc.

1915,

W.P.

fol.

3761.

BcepocciiicKiii Se.ucKiii Coiosa noMOw,u


Russia.
(JOMHbms upaucHbiMo Boiin(iM5. FISBliCTifl FjaBHaro

KOMHTCTa.

HO.

30-40.

8 pt.

i.

MocKea, 1^16.
8095. g. 16.

nocTanoB-ienie coBtmania no BonpocaMi, 4.ponTOBLixi Bpaie6H0-caniiTapHLTXT> opraHHsaiiiu SCMCKaro


MocKBa, 25-27 aiiBapa 1916 r. pp. 9.
7687. f. 44.
Mocuaa, 19 16.
Coioaa.

Russia.

3eMcKiii

BrepocciiicKiii

Coiojs

no.Moui,u

u panenuMT, eounaMS. KOMiimenu lOioIIicMereiib KoMHTeia lOro3anadiiaw 'Pponma.


3anaAnaro ^poiiia. no 29-48. /ae5, 1916-17.
8.
P.P. 4051. p.
fol. &
Martuinov (A. v.) IIepc40BMC otpA/Ili iia loro[Russia.
191 6.
.!ana4iiOMT> <i>poiiTli.
pp. 16.
Oo.ibHbiMr,

licrpocriiirKiii

^PMciiiii

n Oo.ihHbiMd liOuna.MT,.
EioA.iemeub.
'I'ponma.

Coi03o

noMOui,u

(V.)

np%u.

ur.

no 38.]

Serbian Army.

Dearmer

Letters from a Field Hospital.


9082. gg. 34.
pp. 182. Marmillan, 1915.
Experiences in Serbia 1914T.
J.)
(J.
^Morrison
9082. f. 46.
1 91 5.
15.
pp. 25.
Stanley (M. M.) My Diary in Serbia.
8impl;in cO Co., 1915. 9083. gg. 36.
j>]>. 128.
(M.)

La

(C.)

pp. 109.
9082. ee. 18.

Serbie en guerre, 1914-

Episodes vecus par une sui.ssesse alleservice de la Croix-Rouge,


pp. 192.

1916.

09082. aa. 59.


1914-16'
Journal de guerre d'un chirurgien. pp. 163.
9083. bbb. 23.
1919.
Ramette (A.) Au secours de la Serbie. pp.332.
09082. bbb. 9.
1 91 7.
Neuchdtel, 19 16.

Tienhoven

Avec

(A. van)

les Serbes,

United States Army.


Davison (H. P.)
in the War.
pp.

The American Red Cross


X.Y., 19 19.

.303.

9083. aaa. 32.


The Doctor's Part
what
R.)
happens to the AVounded in War. pp. 283.
9082. aa. 22.
N.Y., 1918.
Derby (R.) " Wade in, Sanitary " The

Church

(J.

story of a Division Surgeon in France, pp. 260.


9081. b. G.
N.Y., 1919.

Manion

(R. J.)

Surgeon

N.Y., 19 1 8.

in

Arms. pp. 309.


09082. bbb. 70.

PERSONAL EXPEEIENCES AND DIARIES


LETTERS AND MEMOIRS.
British Works.
Personal Experiences,

paneuuMh

Field

dagboek van den oorlogs-

mande au

etc.

General.

KoMumemn lOio-Sanadnaio

P.P. 4051. p.
Hospital and Flying
Column. Journal of an English Nursing Sister
in Russia,
pp.183. A^F., 1915. 9082. e. 10.
Barber (M. H.) A British Nurse in Bolshevik
Russia, April, 1916 December, 1919. pp. 64.
9456. a. 9.
A. C. Fifield, 1920.
Aleksinskaya(T.) Parmi les Blesses. Garnet de
aide-doctoresse
russe.
d'une
route
pp. 168.
09082. aa. 29.
1916.
Wounded.
Translated
With the Russian
by G. Cannan. pp. 191. Fisher Unwin, 19 16.
09082. aa. 44.

Thurstan

S.P.G.K., iq2o.
W.P. G071/9.

De Gruwelen van den

chirurg A. van Tienhoven.


Rotterdam, 19 15.

Sturzenegger

Woman

Inglis, the

pp. 80.
[Pioneers of Progress.]
(A. van)
oorlog in Servie het

me.icii

nocTanoB.ieiiia coBliinania.

Ekie

S.)

Tienhoven

IMoscow.

11

(E.

with the Torch.


I

09083.

MacLaren

Benn (W. Wedgwood)

In the Side Shows,


1914-1918. pp.310. Hodder ct Stoughton, 1919.
09082. e. 47.
The Tale of a Temtorial
Territorial.
experiences at home and abroad during the
years 1914, 1915 & 1916. pp. 165.
09082. bb. 19.
Wellingborough, 1918.
Anzac. On the Anzac Trail. Being extracts
from the diary of a New Zealand sapper.
He'inemann, 1916.
09082. a. 4.
pp. 210.
Davis (R. H.) With the French in France and
Salonilca. pp. 240. Duckworth, 1916.
09082. aa. 2.
Doyle {Sir A. C.) A Visit to three Fronts,
:

June 1916. pp. 78.


Hodder d- Stoughton, 1916. .16'. 9082. df. 30.
Nicholson (M.)
My Experiences on three
Allen d- Unwin, 19 16.
Fronts,
pp. 288.
09083. aaa. 47.

Renwick
pp. 304.

(G.)

War

Wanderings, 1914-1916.

Chapman d

Hall, 1916.

9082.

ec. 29.

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Military and Naval History. Personal


Experiences and Diaries Letters and
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Military and Naval History. Personal


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Memoirs. British Wov'kscoiitinue'L
RuHL (A.) Antwerp to Gallipoli a j^ear of war

Baring {Hon. M.) R.F.C, H.Q., 1914-1918.

on

many

Allen

pp. 304.
Vnicin, 1916.

fronts,

cL-

Thompson

Alexander

(H. M.) On
and Gallipoli. pp. 255.

Fronts

France

Foley

Heinemann, 19 17.

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d:

From

all

pp. 199.

Blackie, 19 17.

Bartlett

Some

(E. a.)

the Great War.

of

pp. 187.

pp. 202.

Some War

(J.)

Sampson, Low,

Foster (H.

C.)

GoODCHiLD

19 18.

&

Experiences in
Newnes, 19 18.

story of a Siege Battery,


Jarrolds, 19 18.

Irwin

(W.)

09083.

(H.) First from the Front,


pp. 167.
9082. e. 7.
Pearson, 19 14.
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9082. de. 0.
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A Galloper at Ypres, 1914.


Fisher Unwin, 1920. 9082. bbb. 40.
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the Black Watch, 1914.
Cassells (J.)
09083. cc. 15.
A. Melrose, 1919.
pp. 248.
HUARD (F. W\) My Home in the Field of Honour.
River Marne
near
the
resident
a
of
Experiences
in 1914.
pp. 302. Hodder d: Stoughton, 1916.
9081. ee. 6.

Butler

Reporter

the

pp. 232.
9083. aa. 54.

Armageddon

at

Lloyd (G.) An Englishwoman's Adventures in


pp. 128. Pearson, 1914the German Lines,

9082. de. 12.


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M.)
front
in
1914.
Experiences at French
09082. bb. 48.
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Young (G. W.) From the Trenches. Louvain
Fisher
Unwin, 1914to the Aisne.
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the great war. pp. 354.
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09082. cc. 53.
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\ViLLiAMS (E. C.)


Leaves from an Officer's
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pp. 264. E. Arnold, 1918.
09082. c. 13.
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Fronts,

B.)
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(E.

A Woman

9081.

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Hutchinson, 1920.

pp. 271.
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of

(I.

War.

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Peg.

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of a Square
Routledge, 1920." 09083. d. 1.

The War Diarv

Armies,
I

HiLDiTCH
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Western Front.

HuRD

(M.)
a Jewish Chaplain ^\
Western Front, 1915-1918.
pp. 32.

Lewes, 1920.

Hodder

&

impressions
Stoughton, 1915.
9082. e. 15.
:

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I

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(G.)

At the Front with Three

A. Melrose, 1915.
9082. f. 11.
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Creed
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pp. 365. Paisley, 1920.

9082. gg. 9.
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Campbell

Court Repington (C. a C.) The First World


War, 1914-1918. Personal experiences. 2 vol.

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d Windus, 1915. 9082. ee. 6.
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on Four Battle-

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Price

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9082. dd. 34.

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67.

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9083. aa. 9.

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09083. a. 22.
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Oxford, 1920.
(E. C.)

the Fronts.
09083. c. 26.

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(G.)

of a Private.

Heath Cranton, 1920. 09083. cc. 63.


pp. 63.
Quex, pseud. Pushed and the Return Push.
9083. b. 6.
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331.
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sketches
England in France
ViNCE (C.)
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4.
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Mills

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of Flanders, 191409083. aa. 43.

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Somme. pp. 271. Cassell, 19 18. 9082. b. 2.

Farnol

Memories

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my
G.

as a Prisoner-of-War.
09082. b. 62.
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pp. 185.

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295.
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Diary of a Bumble

Salient, the

and Eight ^Months

09082. a. 55.
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Here and There in the War Area. pp. 328.
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the War.

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Arras.
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Bee, 1915-1917.
pp. 106.
Palmer. Sutton & Co., 1919.

Sketches.
09082. aa. 70.

Two

09083.

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26.

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63

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9082. ce.
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LiDDELL

2.

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Pictures behind the


Smith, Elder, 1915.
Lines, pp. 226.
9083. ff. 1.
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Aisne to La Bassee. pp.231.
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JIalcolm

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Kipling

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'Wor'k.s^cidiniMd.

Campbell

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(G. F.)
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E. Arnold, 1916.
of France,
pp. 335.

09076. g. 24.
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09076. de. 94.
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French. A personal narrative, pp. 323.
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Smith (Guy V.)


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pp. 347.

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some impressions of
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the

(D. P.) The Church in the Fighting


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B.) Some Notes on a Visit to


the Western Battle-Front, December, 1915.
17.
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artist's notes and sketches with the armies of
Northern France, June-July, 1915. pp. 283.
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AM'., 1916.

pp. 100.

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Sampson, Low,

176.

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March

Diary, August 17th, 1914, to


(A. C.)
10th, 1915.
1916.
pp. 93.

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at
the Front, Oct. 1915 to June 1916.
pp. 308.
c.
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4th Northumberland Fusiliers, 1915.
pp. 63.
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09082. bb. 14.

Adams

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First Week
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Smith, Elder, 1916.
pp. 40.

Armstrong (Hon. W.
in Flanders,

9083. ee. 33.


being the experiences of an officer in France and England
(luring the great war. pp. 80.
9083. a. 6.
Bombay, 1916. 12.

Bell(H. W.) War Vignettes

C.-S.,

Hurst

Fire,

09082. aa. 47.

Humphrey

The Experiences of a Tem(F.)


porary C.F. pp. 89. Hunter cfc Longhurst, 1916.

Igglesden

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J. Long, 19 16.

Leigh

(D.)

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09082. aa. 73.


impressions of

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The Background of Battle.


Hodder db Stoughton, 19 16.
9081. ee. 10.

MacGill

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an episode
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of

09082. aa. 42.

The Red Horizon,


H. Jenkins, 19 16.

Maclean

pp. 306.
09082. cc. 23.

(A. M.) AA'ith the Gordons at Ypres.


09082. a. 32.
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pp. 70.

MacNair

impressions
Blood and Iron
France & Flanders, pp. 310.

(AV.)

from the front

in

Seeley, Service

<L-

9081.

Co., 1916.

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5.

MiTTON (G. E.) The Cellar-House of Pervj'se.


From the journals and letters of the Baroness
T'serclaes and Mairi Chisholm.
Black, 1916.

Morgan
Book,

(J.

H.)

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(F.) War Jottings,


Calcutta, 1916.

Peal

E.)

6.

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(J.

ff.

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0. F. 0. AVith the Guns.


Eveleigh Nash, 19 16.

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9083.

pp. 77.

Account

09082.

a.

82.

of a Visit to the

T. Nelson, 1916.
09084. aa. 22.
being
(H. A.) From Mons to Loos
the diary of a Supply Officer, pp. 306.
Blackwood, 1916.
09082. aa. 58.

Front,

pp. 47.

Stewart

Thompson
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(G.) AA'ar Memories


Paisley, 19 16.

and Sketches.
09082. aa. 70.

agger. Battery Flashes, ijp. 133.


9081. ee. 8.
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Ward (H.) Mr. Poilu notes and sketches with
AA'^

the fighting French, pp. 158.


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9083. g. 22.
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Simpkin, Marshall, 1916.
12602. ccc. 23.

A. On the Road from Mons.


With an
Service Corps Train, pp. 163.
9081. eee. 5.
& Blackelt, 191 6.

Army

under

1916.

Gladstone (W.

12^

Boston, 1916.

9082. df. 47.

Harvey

WiNNiFEiTH

of 1916.

l^p.

9082. de. 35.

Spuer

of the AVar. pp. 362.


09083. aaa. 1.

AViLLiAMS (AA'.) Passed by the Censor


the
experience of an American newspaper man in
France, pp.270. .V. T., 1916. 09082. cc. 61.
:

Brittain (H. E.) To A'erdun from the Somme.


pp. 142.

J. Lane, i<)iT.

09082.

cc.

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65

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Memoirs. British Wor'k.s cod hmcd.

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Experiences and Diaries Letters and
Memoirs. British Works contin ued.

Croft (H.

LiVEiNG

P.) Twenty-two Months under Fire.


J. 2Iurray, 1917.
09083. c. 15.

pp. 243.

Dawsos

(A. J.)
For France. Some EngUsh
impressions of the French Front, pp. 176.
Hodder di Stoughton, 1917.
9081. e. 17.

Duncan

With the Church Lads Brigade

(J.)

BattaUon in France,

(E. G. D.)
Attack: an Infantry
Subaltern's imjiressions. pp. 86.
W. Heinemann, 1918.
9083. a. 7.
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09082. bb. 23.
pp. 48. Fisher Unwin, 1918.

NOBBS

9083. ee. 37.

W. Heinemann,

(F.)
The Immortal First
a Private
Soldier's diary of his experiences with the
original B.E.F., France, pp. 56.

OxENHAM

E. ilacdonald, 1917.

Peat

GArxT

9083.

At

(A. L.)

the Front,

Constable, 191 7.

a.

4.

pp. 130.

(M.)
Under the French Flag.
Britisher in the French army. pp. 207.
R. Scott, 19 1 7.
09083. aaa. 4.

Somme

(I.

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F.)

to Sir Douglas Haig.


09082. d. 73.

Avenue Press, 1917.


With the Xew

pp. 30.

Palmer

Army on

(F.)

my

pp. 210.
1918.

the

second year of the war.

Methuen, 19 18. 12
(H. R.) Private Peat.
Hutchinson, 1918.

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09082. cc. 41.
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Private No. 940. pp. 156.
Harrison db Sons, 19 17.
09082. bbb. 33.
Thomas (W. B.) With the British on the

By

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Methuen, 19 17.

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Redmond (W. H.
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09082. cc. 21.


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K.)

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pp. 184.

09083. aaa. 73.


TiPLADY (T.) The Kitten in the Crater, and
other fragments from the front
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9082. a. 3.

Watson (W. H.
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(L. M.) In France and


Fighting Men. pp. 208.

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9082. df. 46.


Flanders with the

Stoughton, 1917.
09083. c. 21.
(T. L. B.) Messages from Mars
a Chaplain's experiences at the front.
C. H. Kelly, 1917.
09082. a. 92.
pp. 89.

Williams (J. E. H.) One Young Man


the
simple and true story of a Clerk who enhsted
:

in 1914.

Hodder

pp. 173.

cL-

Stoughton, 1917.
10855. aa. 50.

(A. :\I.)
The Motor- Bus in War
being the impressions of an A.S.C. officer
during two and a half years at the front.
pp. 223. Fisher Unwin, 191 8. 09082. bbb. 21.

Beatson

Birmingham

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Stoughton, 19 18.
9083. aa. 46.
Bourne (F. A.) Cardinal.
British Cardinal's
Visit to the Western Front, pp. 16.
" The Universe," 1918.
09082. d. 65.
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Hodder

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d:

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With Guns and Wagons.

J.)
life

of

an Artillery Chaplain.

S.P.C.K., 1918.

pp. 24.

9082, df. 52.

TiPLADY(T.) The Soul


of hfe at the Front,

Vermelles. Notes on the Western


pp. 88. Edinburgh, 1918. 9083. a. 18.

Haigh

Life in a Tank.
d- Stoughton, 19 18.

(R.)

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Hankey
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Lauder

pp. 182.
9082. aaa.

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A. Melrose, 19 18.
9083.

15.

(D.

12.

being
From Cloister to Camp
(D.)
reminiscences of a priest in France, 1915 to
:

1918.

Sands

pp. 199.

Browne

(D. G.)
Blackivood, 1920.

Mackintosh

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Co., 1919.

9083. bb. 42.


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09084. b. 11.

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Men and Tanks,

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09083. bb. 77.

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Tanks,

Front.

With the

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of

09083. aa. 36.

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Italians,

pp. 239.

09083. c. 20.
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pp.300. Chapman

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(C.

Italy, 1918.

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Diary of a Liaison Officer in

pp. 178.
Norgate, 1920.

9082. bb. 42.


Williams &
Where Angels fear to tread.
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Sketches of Italy during the European War.

Hales
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314.

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9082. aa. 27.

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MacCormick

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9082. gg. 13.

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Macmillan, 19 15.

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Morse

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in the Russian
Duckworth, 19 15.

9082. gg.

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Army. pp. 287. Constable, 19 15. 9082. f. 40.

Washburn

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9082. f. 10.
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pp. 273. Simpkin, Marshall, 19 16.
9082. ee. 25.

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(S.)

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Balkan Front.
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Works.

Morrison
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a.

(H.)
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09082. d. 31.
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sketches
of the Soldier
pp. 176. Methuen, 1918.
9082. aa. 18.

Devas

Chaplain.
Front,

Base

df.

Jottings from the Front: im(K. E.)


pressions and experiences,
pp. 183.
Allen d;Umvin,i^i&.
09082. bbb. 34.

1915-1916.

&

Westerdale

8.

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Powell

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pp. 262.

9083.

pp. 224.
9082. aa.

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Between Battles at a
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pp. 348.

Remainder. " On the remainder

17.

a.

High Altars
the battle-fields
and Flanders as I saw them. pp. 78.

(J.)

of France

Right of

9082.

Perkins

012331. k. 59.

Macdonald
Maecosson

EngUshman, Kamerad

(G.)

the British Une.

pp. 106.

Skeffington, 1917.

Johnston

(J.

T. J.)

pp. 25.

New

Zealand

Experiences in Serbia,

1915.

9082.

f.

46.

The Retreat from Serbia


(0. M.)
through Albania, pp. 113.
09082. b. 6.
Minerva Publ. Co., 19 16.
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Experiences and Diaries Letters and
Memoirs. British Works coutin ue<l.
Owen (H. C.) Salonica and after, pp. 295.

Military and Naval History. Personal


Experiences and Diaries Letters and
Memoirs. British "Works continued.
Davies (E. C.) a Farmer in Serbia, pp. 248.
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Gordon

Sandes

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(F.)

the Serbian Army. pp. 242.


cL- Stoughton, 19 16.
(E.

Macedonia,

Walshe

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Front in

EwiNG

09083. c. 24.
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J. Lane, 1920.
9083. bbb. 44.

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in

(J.)

At Suvla Bay.

09082.

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danelles,

9083.

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potamia,

Y.)
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Gallipoli
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09082. b. 11.
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09083. aaa. 3.
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W.

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H.)

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9083.

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30.

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to

Mesopotamia, 1914-15.
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9083. aaa. 29.
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With the Zionists in


Hutchinson, 1916.
09076. ff. 38.
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the lst/5th Beds. Regiment, T.F. pp. 19.
9081. ee. 5.
Olney, 19 16.

Patterson

From China

Reynardson

The Truth about the DarCassell, 1916.

(M.)

Epsom, 1919.

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db

to Bagdad.
9082. d. 5.

(M. H.) With the Persian Expedition.


09082. c. 39.
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pp. 276.

Mackenzie

Gallipoli

(L.)

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pp. 149.

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Stoughton, 19 16.
09082. a. 33.
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09082. aa. 8.
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MacCustra

in Mesopotamia.
9083. bbb. 33.

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Mesopotamia, 1916-1917. pp. 165.
Bombay, 19 18.
09084. aa. 55.

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pp. 169.
09083. aa.

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dh

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Poona, 19 18.

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09082. a. 6.
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dh

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Stoughton, 191 7.
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9081. e. 16.

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(Sir A.)

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Habgrave

1.

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(W.)

Lawley

With Machine-Guns

C.)

(.J.

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after.

09082. bbb.

Gallipoh to Baghdad.
Hodder <fc Stoughton, 19 17.
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09083. c. 27.
Kut. On the Road to Kut a soldier's story
of the Mesopotamian campaign,
pp. 304.
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09082. bb. 13.

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9084. e. 28.
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sion in Gallipoh
9081. ee. 1.
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Kut and

H.) Besieged in
Blackwood, igij.

(C.

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(D.)

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9082. bbb. 17.

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p.)
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Mesopotamia and Egypt.

Barber

Hodder

Stebbing

Hodder db Stotighton, 19 19.


09082. c.
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pp. 256. Allen cL- Unwin, 1919.

9.

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90076. ff. 42.
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Serbia,

(C. J.) The Luck of Thirteen :


flight through Montenegro and

and
wanderings and
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1914-1918.

(E.

(L.

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C.)

of

E. Arnold, 1920.
09082. d. 55.
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pp. 323.

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Groom

db Co.,

1920.

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db

pp. 104.

Kingzett
pp. 108.

(E. p.)
1920.

"

One

of the

Lambs."

Dinning

in Salonika.

09082. aa.

Salonica with our

A. Melrose, 1917.

Army.

pp. 287.

09083.

(H.)

Nile to Aleppo.

in the Middle-East.
db

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9084. g. 11.

LocKHART
2.
I

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c. 3.

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09082. d. 1.
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(R. E. C.)
Palestine, Oct. 1917 May 1918.
pp. 183.
Routledge, 1920.
09083. bb. 36.
Horse

Duckworth, 19 16.

a.

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9083. b. 16.

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09082.

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09084. aa. 54.

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(C.)

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Manchester Univ. Press, 19 18.


09083. c. 32.
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9082. c. 22.
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Hamilton
2 vol.

Turks

short description from the


firing line in Egypt and Palestine,
pp. 8.
9083. g. 45.
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010097. i. 52.
Fisher Unwin, 19 18.
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Bluett (A.) With our Army in Palestine.
9082. b. 36.
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a
Constantinople
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diary during the Dardanelles
diplomatist's
Expedition, April-September, 1915.
pp. 291.
09083. c. 6.
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Constable, 19 17.

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sketches of the campaign in the Holy Land.
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Longnmns, 1915.

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Africa.

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9082. gg. 33.
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9082. CO. 5.
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9082. bbb. 34.

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Sniper-Sergeant
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Smith, Elder, 19 16.
09082. b. 15.
Patrick Walworth Gray. pp. 222.
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T. Nelson, 1920.
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40.

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record founded on his letters,
pp. 2.53.
010855.

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(J. E.)

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L. of C.

rary officer in the

Army Service Corps,

Montgomery

GaUant Company,

pp. 288.

010855.

Baker

B. B.

(C. R.)
Oxford, 19 19.

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(J.)

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Verne Y

c. 7.

of

c.

Heath

17.

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Bentinck.

pj).

(L. E.)

c.

20.

burne.
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H. R. Allenson, 1919.

H. Black-

Lieut.-Col. C.
jjp. 197.

(.J.)

Two

Soldier Brothers

Lieut.

Walter Bertram Wood and Second Lieut.


Edwin Leonard Wood. pp. 176. Jarrolds, 1919.
010855.

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from the Front,


(J.)

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Brighton, 191 7.
10902. b. 1.
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Duty and Service
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010905.

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cc.

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A. H. Stockwell, 1920.
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war-time.

W.)

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Longmans, 1918.

010905. de. 18.


Arnold, Ralph and
H., A. W. Three Brothers
Gilbert Hosegood. pp. 111. J. A. Sharp, 1919.
4907. aa. 33.
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from the EngUsh front in France, Sejjt. 1914
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Jones (Henry P. M.) War Letters of a Public
School Boy. pp. 280, Cassell, 1918.
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pp. 329. Allen & Unwin, 1918.
010905. g. 13.
KiLKELLY (E. C. R.) Letters of Major Edward
1918. 010905. e. 38.
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Mab.

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in Battle.
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of R.

010854.

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(D.)

Sapper Dorothy Lawrence, the


woman soldier, late Royal

only EngUsh
Engineers, pp. 190.

letters in

7.

010902. de. 35.


Living Bayonets
a record of the last
Push. pp. 212. J. Lane, 19 19.
010905. df. 23.
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Oxford, 191 7.
10905. e. 25.
Letters to Helen
(K.)
impressions of an artist on the western front.
Chatto
Windus,
110.
&
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Dawson

his

010855. cc. 14.


Buxton (A. R.) Andrew R. Buxton a memoir,
Scott,
18.
010856. e. 27.
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P. V.

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010905. h. 14.
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Blackburne

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191 7.

(A. G.)

41.

Major Henry

R. Scott, 19 19.
10905.

138.

f.

pp. 175.

pp. 222.

Men, Major Sydney

of

Lieut.-Col.

memoir compiled

Henderson

J. Lane, 1920.

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memoir,

010815.

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Hawksley

journals and letters,

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E. Arnold, 19 19.
j^p. 236.

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Stone

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tempo-

09082.

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Hardy

19.

cc.

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Chaplain.
09083. c. 48.

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Gray

(A. M.)

Agate

Army

Gillespie (A. D.)

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a.

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Wells Gardner, 19 18.

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officer

09082.

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<Sc

Geare (W.

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from an

Student and

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" in France
in the New Army.

(J. S.)

(E. B.) The New Elizabethans


a first
selection of the Hves of young men who have
fallen in the Great War.
pp. 311.
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010603. bb. 2.
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man

Diary and Letters,

Inverness, 1920.

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Sketches of the East Africa
Campaign,
J. Murray, 1918.
pp. 219.

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War

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010855. aaa. 24.
Subaltern's Letters, 1915-16.
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Farrer (R. .L)
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letters
from three Fronts, pp. 271.
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9082. aa. 31.

9081. ee. 29.

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09082. aaa. 9.
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Constable, 19 17.
9082. a. 14.
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Doc, pseud. Letters from Somewhere, pp. 139.
Heath Cranton, 19 18.
09083. bb. 8.
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J. Murray, 1918.
010856. ee. 17.
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in the Field,

Stoughton, 19 16.

Whittall (W.)

Memoirs. British. Works


Depew (A. N.) Gunner Depew.

and West.

Sun, Sand, and

(J.)

db

Robinson (J. P. K.)


German South-West

67

Africa, South, East,

1914-1918.

Military and Naval History. Personal


Experiences and Diaries Letters and

J. Lane, 19 19.

Lawson

(H. S.)
Soldier,
pp. 142.

010885. cc. 9.
Letters of a Headmaster
H. R. Allenson, 1919.
9082. aaa. 32.

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63

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Experiences and Diaries Letters and
Memoirs. British Works rontinucd.
Nicholson (I.) Horace A. Link. pp. 62.
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010856.

1919.

MoERiss (H. r.) Two Brave Brothers


Lord Llangattock, Hon. C. S. Rolls,
R. J. James, 1918.

pp. 212.

010856.

23.

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Smith (David N.)

Macleliose.
010855. aaa. 11.

Glasgow, 1918.

pp. 39.

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e.

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1914-1918.

Military and Naval History. Personal


Experiences and Diaries Letters and
Memoirs. British 'Wov^sconiiimed.
Whyte (G. H.) GUmpses of the Great War
:

from three Fronts, pp. 133.


Theosophical Publishing House, 1919.
09082. bbb. 71.
DoBBS (R. H.) Noel Dyson WilUams, his life
and letters, pp. 183. Methuen, 1920.
010855. aa. 29.
Dalton (L.) Harry
schoolboy and soldier.
A biography of Henry Foss Wilson, pp. 58.
010855. aa. 12.
Elliot Stock, 1919.
Wilson (H. S.)
Letters of Hugh Stanley
Wilson,
Cambridge, 1919.
pp. 153.
010905. f. 20.
Wilson (T. I. W.) Memoir and Letters of
Capt. T. I. W. Wilson, pp. 67.
09082. bbb. 24.
Sidgwick & Jackson, igiy.
letters

Manwaeing

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If

We

Return

letters of

a soldier of Kitchener's Army. pp. 165.


10906. aaa. 5.
J. Lane, 19 18.
Pollard (A. W.) Two Brothers
Geoffrey
Blemell Pollard and Roger Thompson Pollard,
pp. 61. Sidgwick d; Jackson, 191 7.
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39.
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being a summary of the serRemembrance
vice rendered during the War by the Popes of
4.
Wrackleford. pp. 151.
1919.

Pope, of Wrackhford, Family

of.

a.

A Book

9907.

f.

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Jackson, 1919.
010855. d. 4.
Ross (N.) Noel Ross and his work. pp. 210.
012273. b. 8.
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PouLTON
PI).

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(E. B.)

Sidgwick

410.

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(L. Y.)
A Soldier of England. Memorials of Leslie Yorath Sanders, pp. 145.
10856. e. 27.
Dumfries, 1920. 4.
Seeger (A.) Letters and Diary of Alan Seeger.
Constable,
7.
09083.
bb. 3.
211.
191
pp.
Knox (R. A.) Patrick Shaw-Stewart, pp. 205.
010855. cc. 18.
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Sanders

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pp. 117.
09083. cc. 33.

Manchester, igig.

Silvester

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of the King's Soldiers


16.
Stirling, 19 16.
10855. dg. 6.

pp. 16.

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pp. 191. Cambridge, 1916.
010905. g. 11.
The Letters of Charles Sorley. pp. 320.
010902. f. 24.
Cambridge Univ. Press, 1919.

Sorley

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(C.

from the Army.

Stevenson

(B. G.) Betty Stevenson, Y.M.C.A.


memoir, with her letters from France.
Longmans, 1920.
010856. de. 31.

pp. 295.

O'RoRKE

(B. G.)

and work of
Longmans, 19 19.
life

Talbot

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the
Lieut. -Col. H. Storr. pp. 121.
10854. b. 30.
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Gilbert Walter Lyttelton
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Talbot,
pp. 111.
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Taylor (G. W.) The Boy with the Guns.
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9083. b. 8.
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pp. 197.

Baroness Glenconner.
Edward
Tennant. pp. 334. J. Lane, 1919.
010855. e. 10.
Trustram (R. p.) Raymond Prince Trustram.
Queenhithe Publishing Co., 19 19. fol.

Vern^de.

Wallace
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Zealand Works,

the Anzac Trail. Extracts from the


diary of a New Zealand Sapper, pp. 210.
09082. a. 4.
If. Heinemann, 19 16.

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pp. 121.

peditionary,

9081. de.

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09082. b. 9.
(N.) Light and Shade in War.
E. Arnold, 1916.
09082. cc. 1.
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and

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9083. ee. 30.

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09082. a. 90.
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Cuttriss (G. p.) " Over the Top " with the
Third Australian Division, pp. 139.
C. H. Kelly,
DiTNN (E. A.)

pp. 246.

09083.

19 18.

34.

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9082.

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(R. H.)
Australians,
pp. 289.
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9082. aa. 34.

Knyvett

Thornton

(G.) With the Anzacs in Cairo


tale of a great fight, pp. 159.

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9082. a. 20.
H. R. Allenson, 19 18.
Weston (C. H.) Three Years with the New

Zealanders.

pp. 255.

(P.)

HoGUE

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09083. bb.

pp.219.

Love Letters

(R. E.)

10855. h. 20.
Letters to his Wife, by R. E.

pp.219.

W.

Collins, 191

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10906. bbb. 1.
Letters from the Front.
West Worthing, 19 18. 9083. aa. 22.

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from the Front, pp. 111.

(H. C.)

also Letters

012350.

Bedford, 1919.

Mackennal (W.

L.)

Haworth Whitworth.
Manchester, 1918.

Life of
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f.

25.

Major John

010850. dc. 23.

of

17.

an Anzac.
010905. dc. 11.

A. Melrose, igi6.

Canadian Works.

A Sunny

Billy.

from Flanders,

Wyndham

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New

On

W.

(G.

Tennant

Australian and
Anzac.

Subaltern

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Billy's

letters

Toronto, 19 16.
9081. eee.

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" The Red Watch." With the


(J. A.)
First Canadian Division in Flanders, pp. 294.
09082. b. 23.
Toronto, 1916.

CuRRiE

(F. C.)
From the St. Lawrence to the
Yser with the 1st Canadian Brigade, pp. 166.

Curry

Smith, Elder, 19 16.


09082. cc. 8.
(H.) Maple Leaves in Flanders Fields.
279. Smith, Elder, 1^16.
09082. aa. 41.

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Fight,

Grant

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the Fringe of the Great


ic)i-].
09082. aaa. 7.

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S.O.S.

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.years'

experience with the First Canadian Division in


the European War. pp.296. iV. F., 1918.
09082. bbb. 69.

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Experiences and Diaries Letters and
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Memoirs. Canadian Works

Carrel

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Impressions of War. pp. 248.


Quebec, 19 19.
09083. d. 11.
the
Gallishaw (J.) Trenching at Gallipoli
personal narrative of a Newfoundlander.
09082. b. 7.
pp.241. iV.F., 1916.
(F.)

1914-1918.

Military and Naval History. Personal


Experiences and Diaries: Letters and

Memoirs. French Works


Impressions et
Dauzat (A.)

continued.

choses vues,
19 16.
pp. 270.
9081. de. .3.

iuillet-decembre, 1914.

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Captain, 1st S. African Infantry.
)
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Hodder

d-

09083. aa.

Stoughton, 19 16.

9.

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On Safari. Experiences of a Gunner in
the East African Campaign, pp. 90.
Ca2}e Town, 1917.
9081. eee. 17.

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Bivouac and Baobab
paign notes in German East Africa, 1916.
9083. aa. 19.
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thro' Central Africa, pp. 100.
Cape Town, 1920.
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fevrier 1916.
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la cam(H.) Facc aux Bulgares


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09082.
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Hartoy

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de Chasseurs Alpins.

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d'un
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Works

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Lettres d'un Soldat, aout 1914 avril


09082. b. 8.
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1916.
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Letters of a Soldier, 1914-15. Translation
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09082. cc. 42.
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CiviNixi (G.)
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09083. aaa. 75.
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CrPOLLA
sette

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popoU

in guerra.

pp.394.

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9081. de. 40.
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Con gl'
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9082. a. 29.
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191 7.
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3^
84 Fanteria,
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09082. aa. 20.
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Lettres d'un Combattant, aout


1916.
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33.

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heros et un saint
Tab be
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4867. dd. 48.
PORTES (J.) Souvenirs et correspondance de
guerre, pp. 182.
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010902. i. 19.
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Le Capitaine Fernand de

Saporta, 1880-1915.

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10657. cc.

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We

note di
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taccuino, 1915-1917. pp. 134.
09083. a. 30.
Napoli, 19 18.

Agabiti

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Diario di un
L' Invasione.
Zingarelli (I.)
giomaUsta a Zui'igo dopo Caporetto. pp. 183.
9083.

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Castellini (G.)
09083. cc. 56.
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09083. cc. 55.
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avril 1916. pp.262.
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1917.

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(R.)

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pp.225.

(A.)

pp.

con gU

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5.

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the Western front, pp. 303.

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iV.F., 1918.
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4HeBHin;b

9083. g. 13.

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(I.

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S.)

of the

Commg

mine eyes have seen of Americans


pp. 463. Hodder cD Stoughton, 19 19.

aHr.iii-

what

in action.

9082. ee. 32.

09082. d. 33.

Souvenirs d'un volontaire russe


dans Farmee franfaise, 1914-191G. pp. 286.

Fergttsson (R. M.) With the American Army


in France
diary of a lecturing tour. pp. 62.

Boiiiia.

11

Lebedev

IIi.,

1916.

(V.)

09082. bbb. 60.

1917.

Paisley, 19 19.

RiNEHART

(M. R.)

Hall

iV.7., 1920.

Kings, Queens and Pawns.


at the Front, pp. 368.
9083. ff. 15.

Kitchener's

N.)

(J.

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moir

pp. 253.

3.

Sheahan

(H.)
Boston, 19 16.

Empey

9083. de.

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of

(A.

experiences

Arm V.

British

09082. aa.
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From

the

Fire

an American
pp. 256.

Step

soldier

lY. T.,

in

The Note Book

of

the
the

c.

of

Him.

Clark

and Odell

pp.269.
(A. T.)

(E. G.)
A'.F., 1918.

Letters from an American Soldier


pp. 113. Indianapolis, 1918.
10905. c. 19.
E.
An American Poilu. Letters, pp. 244.
9082. bb. 10.
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(E.)
Mit den deutschen Heeren.
Kriegsberichte eines Amerikaners, 1914-15.
09082. bbb. 62.
pp. 223. Milnchen, 1917.

German Works.
Personal Experiences, Diaries,

Hunting the

Grasty

(C.

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Holmes
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pp.371. N.Y., igiS.


09082. bb. 20.
Battering the Boche. pp. 120.
9083. aa. 13.

H.) Flashes from the Front.


09083. bb.
A^y., 1918.

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09083. c. 36.
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(N. M.) Over the Threshold of War


personal experiences, pp. 375.
9082. d. 1.
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Macbride (H. W.) The
9082. aa. 13.
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Emma

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09082. d. 19.

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09082. bbb. 55.

World: Mesopotamia,
N.Y., 1918.

to his Father,

Tlie First Shot for Liberty:


(O.)
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first Exjjeditionary Force,
pji. 223.
Philadelphia, 1918.
9082. b. 22.
EoAN (E. F.) The War in the Cradle of the

(P.)

letters
College Man in Khald
in the British Artillery.
11.
df.
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A^.F., 1918.

an American

pp.234.

De Varila

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9082. b. 18.
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(M.) On the Edge of the War Zone.


09082. d. 3.
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pp. 279.
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of the Stars and Stripes to the second victoiy
on the Marne. pp. 277. Bostoyi, 1918.
9083. a. 20.
Baldwin (H.) Holding the Line. pp. 305.
Chicago, 19 18.
9082. a. 23.
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War

(E.)
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Aldrich

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c.

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09083.

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Officer.

life and War


A.) Harry Butters
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Cheer-up Letters from a Private
with Pershing, pp. 192. N.Y., 1918.

" Over the Top," by an American


went, pp.315. N.Y., i^iy.
09082. cc. 45.
Oleason (A.) Our Part in the Great War.
9082. a. 12.
pp.338. AM'., 1917.
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letters of
Soldier
Boston, 1918.
9083. aaa. 7.

pp. 173.

letters,

Ford

who

Wood

7.

Eden.

pp. 252.
09083. bb. 53.

Butters (H.

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09083.

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(T.)

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Abbey

Me-

10884. aaa.

(K.) War hi the


J. Murray, 1920.

Roosevelt

pp. 128,
09082. aaa. 49.

J.) My Fourteen Months at the


an American's baptism of fire.
Hodder <& Stoughton, 19 16.

pp. 286.

an American

I come back.
Soldier, pp. 62.

Roosevelt

Robinson (W.
Front

of

When

S.)

Constable, 1920.

Soldier of the Legion,

Boston, 19 16.

09082. aaa. 19.

Harrison (H.

the adven-

tures of an American in the British Army.


pp.200. Constable, it)i6.
9081. ee.

MoRLAE

24.

a.

(F. P.) Father Duffy's Story. Life and


death with the Fighting Sixty-ninth, pp. 382.

An American Woman
N.Y., 1915.

09083.

Duffy

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9083.

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Berlin, 1915.
9082. e. 31.

Der
Dresdner Nachrichten.
Dresden.
P.P.
Erinnermigen und Eindriicke
Weltkrieg.
wahrend der ersten zehii Monate. pp. 240.
9082. d. 21.
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Seeger (E.) Die Kampfplatze in West und


pp. 104.

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9082.

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Berlin, 19 16.
gegen West imd Ost. pp. 116.

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HoEVELS (C.) Kriegseriunerungen aus deiu
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pp. 135.

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09083. aa. 30.
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012552. bb. 14.

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pp. 41.

Emerson

den deutschen Heeren.


Kriegsberichte eines Amerikaners. i)p. 223.
09082. bbb. 62.

Souvenirs de guerre d'un sousallemand. pp. 256. 19 18.


09082. d. 11.
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9081.

ZoELLER

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1/17.

Friedenserin-

pp. 268.

010704.

f.

13.

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Division im Weltkriege. pp. 264.
09082. bb. 66.
Berlin, 19 19.

Fendrich (A.) Die Kluft. Ergebnisse, Briefe,


Dokumente aus den Kriegsjahren 1914-19.
pp. 96.

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9083.

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(M.)

pp. 80.

Meine

elf

Wochen

Grenzbesetz-

St. Gallea, 1915.

09083. bb. 45.


einer deutschen Festung iin
12.
9084. e. 21.
Kiiege. pp. 248. Berlin, 19 15.

Tovote
Otto

(H.)

Aus

Aus einem
und Erlauschtes.

(F.)

Erlebtes

Leipzig, 1918.

Kolonnenquartier.
pp. 107.
9083.

EinEin starkes Volk.


(0.)
driicke von der deutschen Westfront. pp. 172.
9082. f. 16.
Berlin, 191 5.

HoECKER
Berliti,

50.

KoTZDE (W.)

Von

Belgien 1914.

pp.190.

Liittich bis Flandern.


19 14. [Heldenkdmjyfe.]
9083. aaa. 18/2.

Lang

Feldgrau.
Erste Kriegserlebnisse
(M.)
Stuttgart, 1914.
in Frankreich.
]jp. 125.
9082. e. 29.

Erlebnisse
des
Wiener-Braunsberg (J.)
ostpreussischen Landwehrmanns Wilhelm Kalu10 Hefte.

Berlin, 19 14.

12316.

t.

30.

Biernatzki (R.) Als Pionier in Frankreich,


August 1914 bis Februar 1915. pp.225. 1915.
[Aus den Tagen des grossen Krieges.^

Brase

(S.)

pp. 153.

9081. b. 1/4.
Kriegserlebnisse.
09082. aa. 5.

Bei den 241em.


Dresden, 1915.

Christ(L.) Unsere Bayern. 3


[Langens Kriegsbiicher.]

1914-15. 12".
012552. i. 24/1.

Tl.

Ehbock

(H.)
Der KriegsfreiwiUige.
Ernste
und heitere Erlebnisse aus meinen Kriegstagen.
9082. de. 40.
pp. 121. Berlin, 191 5.

Galley

(A.)

schauplatze.

Ganghofer
1915.

Goldmann

Ei-lebtes
pp. 24.

vom

belgischen Kriegs-

Schiverin, 19 15.

9082. f. 38.
Reise zur deutschen Front
Wien,i()i5.
9084. e. 9.

(L. a.)

2T1.
(P.)

Berlin, 191 5.

12.

Reise durch den belgischen


(H. E.)
9082. E. 4.
Berlin, 1915.
pp. 284.

Jacob
Krieg.

Kellermann

Der Krieg im Westen.

(B.)

Kriegsberichte.

pp. 218.

Berlin, 1915.

09082. aa. 15.


(A.) and Noske (G.) Kriegsfahrten
durch Belgien und Nordfrankreich 1914.

KoESTER

Von

pp. 134.
09083. bb. 5.

Lille bis Briissel.

9083. de.

Berlin, 1915.

pp. 119.

Krafft

Kriegstagebuch.

(J.)

Minden, 1915.

pp. 184.
09082.

9.

67.

c.

Kriegstagebuch. Namur, St.


(A.)
Quentin, Petit Morin, Reims, Winterschlacht

KuTSCHER

pp. 264. Munchen, 1915.


9082. aa. 7.
Mit den Kriegsfreiwilhgen iiber
(H.)
die Yser. jip. 169.
1915. [Aus den Tagen des
9081. b. 1/1.
grossen Krieges.']

Champagne,

in der

OsMAN

Presber

An

(R.)

Kronprinzen.

die

Front

zum Deutschen

Stuttgart, 191=;.

pp. 137.

12.

9082. df.*9.

QuERi
jjp.

Kriegsbuchl aus dem Westen.


[Alls den Tagen des grossen

(G.)

253.

1915.

9081. b. 1/2.

Krieges.-]

Kampfen um

(R.) Aus den


Berlin, 191 5.

pp. 83.

Liittich.

9082. de. 36.

Salzer (M.) Beim deutschen Kronprinzen imd


seiner Armee. pp. 160. Hamburg, 19 15.
9084.

24.

e.

Uber die Weltmeere zur


(E. von)
deutschen Front in Flandern. pp. 287.
Bielefeld, 191 5.
[-4 ms den Tagen des grossen

Salzmann

9081. b. 1/17.

Aus

Sanitaetssoldat.
Liittich.

Western Front.

n-eit.

Monate

915.

der Spitze meiner KomKriegserlebnisse. pp. 267.


9082. df. 10.

An

(P. O.)

pagnie. Drei

Krieges.]
a.

17.

e.

HiLDEBRAND

Reqxtadt

Dalang

contin tied.

Gottberg (0. von) Als Adjutant durch FrankBerlin, 1915.


reich und Belgien.
pp. 130.

Mit

(E.)

Miuichen, 1917.
C'.,

Military and Naval History. Personal


Experiences and Diaries Letters and

9081. eee. 24.

M'iirzburg, 1916.

MiTKAEMPFER.

1914 1918.

den

um

Kampfen

Berlin, 191 5.

pp. 83.

09083. aa. 29.


Strantz (V. von) Die Eroberung Belgiens,
9083. e. 6,
160.
Minden,
1914. pp.
1915.

ToRMANN
pp.96.

(0.) Von der Maas bis an die Marne.


9083. de. 16. (7.)
Stuttgart, 1915.

Mit den Feldgrauen nach

Trotha (W. von)


Belgien hinein.

pp. 236.

Weber

Leipzig, 1915.
9082. de. 34.
Kriegs bilderbuch.
Tagen des grossen
9081. b. 1/5.

Aus meinem
(H.)
[Aus den
1915.
pp. 162.
Krieges.]

Wegener

(G.) Der Wall von Eisen und Feuer.


Ein Jahr an der Westfront. pp. 416.

9083.

Leipzig, 191 5.

Mmichen,

pp. 181.

Baumann
pp. 143.

1916.

(E.) Mit der


Halle, 19 16.

(W.)

9083.

g.

21.

a.

49.

Garde im Westen.

Vormarsch.

Leipzig, 19 16.

9083.

pp. 373.
09083. a.

Oldenburg, 19 16.
(F.)

Szenen.

09082.

6.

Mit

Blumenthal (E.) Des Krieges Gesicht.


dem Sieger von Longwy. pp. 156.
Droop

4.

Zwischen Arras und Peronne.

Arras.

Bloem

f.

a.

48.

Aus dem Vogesenkriege. Bilder und


pp. 209.

Strassburg, 1916.

9083.

ff.

31.

EUROPEAN WAR,

76

Military and Waval History. Personal


Experiences and Diaries Letters and
:

Memoirs. German 'Wor'ks^amtinncd.


Gbabein (P.)
Im Auto clurch Feindesland.
Monate

Sechs

Autopark des

im

Heeresleitung.

Obersten

IVIit

e.

12.

den Brandenburgern in den

Belgien.

Memoirs. German
Dehmel

'Wov'ka^coutinned.

Zwischen Volk und Menschheit.

(R.)

Kriegstagebuch.

pp. 493.

Berlin, 19 19.
09083. bb. 65.

Berlin, 1916.

pp. 253.

9084.

Kogs (H. von)


Kampfen um

1914-1918.

Military and Naval History. Personal


Experiences and Diaries Letters and

p-p.

96.

Berlin, 1916.
9082. bb. 14.

KuRZ

(H.) Vogesenwacht. Erinnerungen und


Schilderungen. pp. 160. Berlin, 1916.
09082. a. 57.
OsBORN (M.) Drei Strassen des Krieges Arras,
Champagne, Flandem. pp. 332.
Berlin, 1916.
09082. aa. 13.

GossLER

E. von)
Erinnerungen an den
Breslau, 1919.
pp. 155.
09083. dd. 4.

(C.

Grossen Krieg.

Frick

(F.)
Eine Kriegschronik aus den Anfangstagen des grossen Krieges. pp. 166.
ildburghausen, 1920.
09083. d. 15.

EtTMMEL (W. von)

Das

Aus den

erste Jahr.

Italian Front.

LiNDENBERG

Untei Habsburgs Fahnen

(P.)

gegen ItaUen.

pp. 223.

Stuttgart, 191 5.
9081. do. 4.

Erinnerimaen eines Kriegsfreiwilligen.

Mimchen, 1916.

pp. 236.

09082. aa. 14.

(J. de)
Garnets de route de combattants allemands.
Traduction integrale,
introduction et notes, par J. de Dampierre.
W.P. 3581.
1916.
pp. 182.

Dajipierre

Kampf um

Contag(A.)

9081.

Gletschern.

012553.

(C. von) Die Stiirmer von Douaumont.


Kriegserlebnisse eines Kompagniefiihrers.
Berlin, 191 7.
09083. cc. 53.
Fendeich (A.) Mit dem Auto an der Front
Kriegserlebnisse.
pp. 143. Stuttgart, 191 79083. a. 2.
German Deserter. A German Deserter's War
Experience. Translated by J. Koettgeh.
.Y.r., 1917.
9082. a. 4.
pp.192.

Bauer

GuiiRARD (
von) Major. Von Reims bis zu
denArgonnen. pp.192. Leipzig, igi-j. obi. 4.

Berg

itaUen.

Als Kanonier durch


9083.

pp. 55. Leipzig, 1918.

30.

g.

Der Kampf iiber


pp. 247. Munchen, 191 8.

Schtjmaxk (H.)

Bkaxdis

pp.152.

Tirol,

Berlin, 1918.

ScHMn)KUNZ (W.)

den
52.

c.

Xord57.

a.

Russian Front.

9083. aaa.

Koerner
hausen

(F. T.)

Mit den Badenern, von

Lehmann

Miil-

pp. 116.
09083. aaa. 58.

Ein Gang in den Schiitzengraben


pp. 114. Munchen, igi-j.

(0.)

zu den Pionieren.

9082. d. 22.

LoHRisoH (H.) Im Siegessturm, von


die Marne.

Eiebicke

(0.)

Herzen.

Liittich

an

09082. bb.

8.

Leipzig, 191 7.

pp. 186.

Eingen an der

Magdeburg, 1917.

pp. 156.

LiNDENBERG (P.) Gegen


Armee Hindenburgs. pp.

09083. bb.

7.

Masuren

Bestenhof
bilder.

-pp.

Berengar Victor,
Mit meinem Bataillon im

Ferdinakb

Prince of Prussia.
vordersten Graben.

Berlin, 1918.
9082. bb. 8.
AuBURTiN (V.) Was ich in Frankreich erlebte.
Berlin, 1918.
9083. b. 3.
pp. 140.
Karch (P.) Mit der Pf alzer Division in Flandem.
108.
Kaiserslautern,
18.
09083.
aa. 19.
pp.
19

Kato

Vor Ypern.

(H.)

nungen.

pp. 94.

RuEDENAUER
Kriegs-

pp. 89.

(K.

Tagebuchaufzeich09083. cc.

Leipzig, 1918.

(A. von)
101. 1915.

A.)

pp. 106.

Flandcrn-Schlachten

Stuttgart, 19 18.

09083.

ToELKE

(L.)

nach Ypern.

a.

12.

Aus den Pampas Argentiniens


jjp. 123.

Berlin, 1918.

9082. bb. 13.

ZiMMERMANN
pp. 114.

PiNGAUD

(B.) Das
Berlin, 19 18.

(A.)

Argonncnbuch.

BoTSKY

(H.) Galizien.

Der Wall im Ostcn.


9083.

40.

e.

Ostpreussens Feuerzeit. Kriegspp. 128. 1915. 12. [Langens Kriegs012552. i. 24-10.

(K.)

bilcher.]

Brandt
pp. 158.

(R.) Fiinf Monate an der Ostfront.


9083. e. 15.
Berlin, 191 5.

(R.) Mit
in Russisch Polen.

Graetz

[Langens Kriegs012552. i. 24/11.

(F.)

pp. 113.

KoEHLER

Hindenburg und Mackensen


pp. 153.

Leipzig, 191 ^.
9083. e. 45. (2.)

Auf dem Rad gegen den Feind.

Berlin, 1915.

9083.

e.

7.

(1.)

Die Kosakendes Zaren. Selbsterlebtes in den Kriegsjahren 1914-1915.


09083. bb. 43.
pp. 191. Minden, 1915.
(W.)

Langenscheidt (P.) Soldatenherzen. Gescheheues und gesehenes. pp. 171. Berlin, 191
:;.

09083.

a.

39.

LoBSiEN (W.) HeiligeNot.

Bilder aus Deutsclilands Kampf gegen die Russen. pp. 178.


9083. e. 11.
Weimar, 1915.

Merwin

(B.)
Mit den polnischen Legionen
den Karpathen. pp. 165. Munchen, ic,i^.

in

9083. aa.'29.
MiCHAELSBURO (J. von) Im belagerten Prze9082. ff. 33.
mysl. pp. 190. Leipzig, 1915.

09082. b. 43.

La Guerre vue par

les

combat-

tants allemands. pp. 330. 1918. 9082. aaa. 43.

Beradt

12.

Munchen, 1915.

pp. 154.

in

e<c.

W.P. 2370.
KriegsHie Habsburg

2.

und Stimmungsbilder aus meinem

Tagebuch.

Schwerin, 1915,

bucher.]

Blumenthal

17.

f.

Mecklenburger Landsturm

erlebte.

FoERSTER

Adalbert

die Russen mit der


Leipzig, 1914.
180.

9082.

Was

(H.)

bilder.

Somme und im

in Galizien.
9082. de. 39.

Leipzig, 1914.

pp. 110.

1.

Champagne,

die

bis in

Milnchen, 1917.

Von den Schlachtfeldern

(L.)

(M.)
Erdarbeitcr.
Aufzeichnungen
eines Schanzsoldaten.
pp. 317.
Berlin, 1919.
09084. aa. 9.

Mueller

Drei AA'ochen russischer GuuErinnerungen an die Besctzung


Gumbinnens durch die Russen. pp. 63.
9082. g. 2.3.
Gumbinnen, 19 15.
Strantz (V. von ) Im Kampf gegen die Russen.
09083. bb. 38.
pp. 176. Minden, 1915.
verneur.

(K.)


EUROPEAN WAR,
Military and Naval History. Personal
Experiences and Diaries Letters and
Memoirs. German "W or'k.scr.ntiniird.
:

Wertheimer

Iin

(F.)

Stuttgart, 1915.

WoLZOGEX

pp. 194.
9082. ff. 6.

Landstiirm

(E. L. von) Baron.


pp. 249. Berlin, 1915.

Feiicr.

Winter-

polnischea

Armee Mackensen.

feldzug mit der

pp. 183.

BiEEFREUND
neur von

Insterburg

09076.

26.

g.

Go-MOLL (W. C.) Im Kampf gegen Russland.


Leipzig, 1916.
9083. f. 26.
pp.391.
Herczeg (G.) Von Serajewo bis Lodz. Kriegs-

Munchen, 1916.

pp. 229.

eindriicke.

09082. aa. 11.

Jacques

In der Schwarmlinie des oster(N.)


reichisch-ungariscben Bundesgenossen.
9083. ee. 28.
pp. 181. Berlin, 1916.

Madelung(A.) Mein Kriegstagebuch. pp.205.


9084. de.

Berlin, 1916.

Michaelis

Als Scbipper in der Front.


Magdeburg, 1916.
09083. a.

Wertheimer
MoE>-cKE

Stuttgart, igi6.

Stuttgart, 1917.

24.

ff.

9081. eee. 31.

pp. 204.

Schiveidnitz, 1917.
(C.

34.

Diina-

Zwei Jabre beim sehlesiscben

von)

Landwebrkoqjs.

Steecker

die

9083.

Unter Linsingen in den Kar-

(C.)

pathen. pp. 87.

RooN (W.

Kurland und

(F.)

pp. 141.

9083. aa. 34.

Auf den Spuren Hinden-

M. W.)

burgscher Venvaltung. Erlebnisse und Ergebnisse einer Studienfahrt in Ob. Ost. pp. 42.
Berlin, 191

VoLZ (W.)
Warschau
pp. 175.

9081. eee. 21.


der Brigade Hoffmann gegen
Polnische Feldzugsbriefe.
Berlin, 19 17.
16^
9083. a. 3.
7.

]\Iit

Tagebucb

Studenten.

pp. 123.
des grossen Krieges.]

1918.

deutscben
[Aus den Tagen
eines

9081.

b.

1/8.

Btjchberger (M.)
Frontbesuche des Erzbiscbofs M. von Faulbaber im Osten und auf
Balkan,

Regensburg, 1918.
9084. e. 1.
GusTEDT (E. C. A. von) Baron. Aus RussischLitauen. Erinnerungen und Ersvagungen. Bd.i.
Halle, 19 18.
9081. e. 40.
pp. 182.

NowrNSKi (A.) Mit der Scblesischen Landwehr durch drei Kriegsjahre. pp. 72.
Breslau, 191 8.

BosSE

9082. cc.

3.

Von

russiscben Fronten.
ErinErlebnisse eines baltiscben
Arztes. pp. 103. Berli7i, 1919.
09084. b. 23.
Gelber (A.) Auf polnischer Erde. pp. 405.
Wien, 1919.
10290. dd. 18.
(H.)

und

nerungen

Gelshorn

(K.)

der Ukraine,

aiit

pp. 35.

(L. E. L.)
Berlin, 1920.

Steinaecker

Konigsberg, 1919.
09082. b. 64.

Mit Hindenburg bei Tannen-

Berlin, 19 19.

ScHUECKixG
pp. 114.

den deutscben Truppen in

pp. 60.

hStephani (W. von)


berg.

(F. J.

09083. d.

Ein Jabr auf

4.

Oesel.

09083. aaa. 79.

H. R. von) Baron.

Mit der

Eisernen Division im Baltenland. pp. 55.


1920.
09083. bb. 76.

Hamburg,

auf GallipoU.

il

Allab.

Leipzig, 1916.

pp. 112.

09083. aa. 17.

Gallipoli.
Orient,

GoMOLL (W.

Im Kampf

C.)

den

Berlin, 19 16.

Leipzig, 1916.

pp. 391.

um

Der Kampf

Gallipoli.

pp. 117.

LrDWiG

(E.) Der Kampf auf


pp. 323. Berlin, 1916.

09082. cc. 30.


gegen Serbien.
9083. f. 20.

dem Balkan.
09082.

Reich

(A.)
Mit meinem Corps
pp. 64. Milnchen, 1916. 4.

a.

78.

durch Serbien.
9083. h. 11.

ScroirDT-BoNN (W.)' Krieg in Serbien.


09083.

Berlin, 1916.

pp. 135.

Zabel (R.) Im Kampf e


wahrend des Weltkrieges.

Neumair

um
i^p.

cc.

38.

Konstantinopel
166.

9083.

g.

10.

Erlebnisse und Stunmungen eines


LandsturmoflSziers.
Bd. 1.
Im Serbischen
Feldzug, 1914. pp. 379. Innsbruck, 1917.
(J.)

W.P.

NowAK

tj ber

(C. F.)
Berlin, 191 7.

886.

den Lowtschen.

pp. 123.
9083. aa. 35.

Weis

Mit einer bayerischen Infanterie(J.)


Division durch Rumanien. pp. 116.
Diessen, 19 17.
9082. cc. 11.
Frontbcsuche des ErzBucHBERGER (M.)

M. von Faulbaber im Osten und

biscbofs.

auf

dem

Balkan,

pp. 182.

Regensburg, 1918.
9084. e. 1.

Paprikazuge, von Danzig zum


Schwarzen Meer. pp. 42. Danzig, 1918.
09083. aa. 12.

Franke

Im

(R.)

Mesopotamia and Egypt.

Braetjnlich (W.)

dem

Allab

(E.)

Mit den Siegesfabnen an den Dardanellen und

Leipzig, 1916.

20.

flf.

(0.)

pp. 119.
front.

9083.

Berlin, 19 16.

Riebicke

4.

Aus dem deutschen Osten.

(P.)

pp. 122.

Balkan Front.

Wiirzburg, 1916.

pp. 130.

einfalls.

Leipzig, 1920. 09084. aaa. 10.

Osten. pp. 190.

Bleeck-Schlombach

Melne Erlebnisse als Gouverwahrend des Russen-

(M.)

iin

12^.

9082. df. 11.


(E.)
IVIit der Garde im Osten.
Halle, 1916.
09082. a. 58.

BAUiiANN

1914-1918.

Military and Naval History. Personal


Experiences and Diaries Letters and
Memoirs. German Woi'ks r.ontinxed.
Zeising (W.)
Mit sacbsiscber Landwebr im

Sermax

(E.)
Mit den Tiirken
Berlin, 1915.
pp. 138.

Walther
Sinai

und

(.J.)

an der Front.
9083.

e.

37.

in der Wiiste
Leipzig, ic)i6.

am

Zum Kampf

Nil.

pp.65.

9083.

Aaronsohn

f.

16.

Mit der tiirkischen Armee in


pp.106. Bern, igi-j. 9083. bb. 6.

(A.)

Palastina.

Africa, South, East,

VoEHRixGER

(G.)
Krieges in

and West.

Meine Erlebnisse wahrend

Kamerun und in englischer


des
Kriegsgefangenschaft. pp. 24.
9082. f. 34. (6.)

Hamburg, 191 5.

GuERiCH

Wahrend des Krieges in Deutschund Siidafrika. j)p. 138.

(G.)

Ostafrika

Berlin, 1916.

9083. g. 31.

Katifmann

Meine Erlebnisse in
(H. W.)
Deutsch-Siidwestafrika. pp. 112.
010096. h. 39.
Bonn, 19 1 6.
Kriegserlebnisse*
Kameruner
Wolff (V.)
Beleuchtung.
in deutscher und englischer
Antworten auf das engiische Blaubuch vom
November 1915. pp.55. Gutersloh, igij. 4^.
9083. h. 21.
RoEHt, (C.) Ostafrikas Heldenkampf pp.179.
9083. a. 52.
Berlin, 19 18.
.

Schnee

(A.)
Meine Erlebnisse
Kriegszeit in Deutsch-Ostafrika.
Leipzig, 1918.

wahrend der
pp. 197.
9083. a. 41.

EUROPEAN WAR,

Military and Naval History. Personal


Experiences and Diaries Letters and

Military and Naval History. Personal


Experiences and Diaries Letters and
:

Memoirs. German Works

Memoirs. German Works^c or///;/ nol

continued.

Mueller

selbstKrieg im Busch
(H.)
erlebtes aus deni Kamerunkrieg.
pp. 160.
09083. cc. 10.
Limburg, 1918.

Skolaster

Deppe

Kriegsbriefe
(C.)
Ofifiziers.
19 15.
pp. 246.
des grossen Krieges.']

9084.

Berlin, 19 19.

f.

kriege.

9081.

b.

1/3.

(H. von)
Aus Aufzeichnungen imd
Briefen wahrend der Kriegszeit. pp. 150.
Berlin, 1920.
010704. g. 22.

G.

Deutsch-Ostafrika im Welt(H.)
pp. 439. Leipzig, 19 19.
09083. dd. 1.

ScHNEE

eines neutralen
ms den Tagen

[.4

PoHL

Lettow-Vorbeck durch Afrika.

^lit

(L.)

pp. 505.

1914-1918.

Quenzel

Vom

(C.)

Kriegschauplatz.
Feld2 Bd.
9083. aa. 28.

postbriefe und andere Berichte.


Leipzig, 19 15.

Arning (W.)

Vier Jahre Weltkrieg in DeutschOstafrika. pp. 324. Hamburg, 1920.


09083. b. 32.
Wenig (R.) Kriegs- Safari. Erlebnisse iind
Eindriicke auf den Ziigen Lettow-Vorbecks
durch das ostliche Afrika. pp. 250.
09084. bb. 10.
Berlin, 1920.

ScHiCHT

dem

Ein Held der Garde.

(A.)

Felde.

pp. 75.

Briefe aus
Altenburg, 191 7.
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Backhaus

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Die

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9081. eee. 36.

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9082. e. 12.
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Germany in

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Germany.
1915.

England.

being the
In the Hands of the Huns
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Wounded and a
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Green (A.) The Story of a Prisoner of War.
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War.

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Mahoney

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Sixteen

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9083. aa. 33.

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in four

Months

330.

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Germany.

in

pp. 311.

captivity,

Blackwood, 1918.

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08028. ee. 34.

My German

Gilliland (H. G.)

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Pearson

266.
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The Escape of a Princess


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E.)

(G.

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:

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im deutschen Gefangenen- imd Interniertenlager.

1914-1918.

Duncan

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How

I escaped
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Twice

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)
:

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9083. a. 59.
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Thorn (J. C.) Three Years a Prisoner in Germany, pp. 151. Vancouver, 19 19.
09084. aaa. 4.
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09082. b. 62.
pp. 185. Bridgwater, 1920.
personal note.

of

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Harvey

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Comrades in Captivity
a
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pp. 319. Sidgwick & Jackson, 1920.
09082. b. 51.
Warburton (E.) Behind Boche Bars. pp. 120.
09083. bb. 78.
J. Lane, 1920.

Lee

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Captive at Carlsruhe. pp. 219.


09083. bb. 72.

J. Lane, 1920.

DoEBERiTZ.

Kriegsgefangenenlager.

The Link

a souvenir book published by British Prisoners


War interned at Doeberitz, 1914-17.

of

pp. 65.

Berlin-Schonebcrg, 191

Doberitz Gazette.

7.

4.

12350. k. 28.
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England.

Government Committee on the Treatment by the Enemy of British Prisoners of War.


Rapport sur I'epidemie de typhus a Gardelegen.

07561. ee. 19.


Son, 1916.
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DuRXFORD (H. G. E.) The Tunnellers of
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Knox

Silent Baltic
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near Kiel,

Waugh

The

(A.)

&

Cimpman
Berlin.

or.

(A.) Ma Captivite en Allemagne.


9081. de. 12.
1916.
pp. 166.
Batteler (J. F.) Les etapes et I'evasion d"un
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AuBRY

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2082. b. 21.

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In Ruhleben Camp.

Ruhleben, 1916.

wum.

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9082. df. 38.
Constable, 19 16.
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Visit to Ruhleben. pp. 81.
igi-j.

09082.0.4.

4.

pp. 145.
9081. eee. 9.

'

Prisonnier des AUemands. pp. 159.


09082. a. 15.

916.

9081. de. 23.


Hands.
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Great
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La Fregeoliere (R. de)
A tire d'ailes
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09082. a. 19.
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1916.
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German

In

Mv

R. Mowbray,

Germany,

in

7.

Hennebois (C.) Journal d'lm grand blesse


aux mains de TAUemagne. pp. 299. 19 16.

Pyke

A^.

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9081. de. 22.

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(L.)

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Desson

The Ruhleben Bye-Election.

Berlin,

81

Hall, 19 19.

Engldnderlager

Ruhlehen.
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09084. bb.

The

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and Refugees. Allied Prisoners in
Enemy Countries cfintinued.

a
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record of nineteen months' internment.
Methuen, 1917.
9083. f. 32.
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Sladen (D. B. W. ) In Ruhleben letters from
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a prisoner, pp. 291.
9081. eee. 3.
Powell (J.) and Gribble (F. H.) The History
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pp. 246.
9082. bbb. 30.
IF. Collins, 19 1 9.

Cohen

'

England.
ment by

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pp. 82.

C.

the Treatof British Prisoners of War.


Official report,
Pearson, 19 16.
9083. a. 21.

Enemy

The Horrors
A.

of Wittenberg.

Davies

(A. T.) Student Captives


an account
of the work of the British Prisoners of War
Book Scheme, pp. 29. Leicester, 191 7.
08365. e. 34.
:

Xewcombe

and Winston

(J.

Prisoners-of-War Librarv. pp.


Aberdeen Univ. Press, igig.

15.

(L.)

H. E.)

Ollvier

d.

31.

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For All Prisoners & Captives.
The work of the Prisoners of War Information
Bureau, pp. 11. Wight man <f- Co., 19 18.
09082. cc. 65.
Roxburgh (R. F.) The Prisoners of War Information Bureau in London, pp. 64.
Longmans, 191 5.
6955. df. 36.

Brussels.

Agence Beige de Renseignements pour


Prisonniers de Guerre et les Internes.
Sucde Marchienne - au - Pont.
Activite
pendant la guerre. Marchiemie-au-Pont, 19 19.
08285. bbb. 47.
Nyrop (K.) The Imprisonment of the Ghent
Professors, Paul Fredericq and Henri Pirenne
a question of might and right. My reply to
the German Legation in Stockholm, pp. 91.
Hodder d; Stoughton, 191 7.
8357. c. 10.
les

cursale

Riou

Guerre
(G.) Journal d'un simple soldat.
captivite, 1914-1915.
1916.
pp. 249.
09076. gg. 77.
The Diary of a French Private, pj). 315.
09082. b. 20.
Allen & Unwin, 19 16.

Christmas

Les Prisonniers de Guerre.


Renseignements pratiques, pp. 119. 191";.
9083.

Le

livre des jours

Warnod
1915.

(A.)

e. '30.

monotones.

pp. 102.

19 15.
9081. de. 15.
Prisonnier de guerre,
pp. 187.
9082. ff. 29.

Prisoner of War.

W. Heinemann,

1916,

niers fran^ais

de) Le traitement des prisonen Allemagne. pp. 174. 191 7.

09082. bbb. 14.


prisonniers de guerre
Freiburg i. B., 191 7.
9083. aaa. 14.
Martin (J.) Captivity and Escape. Translated
by V. A. Randell. pp. 180.
.7. Murray, 19 17.
9082. a. 5.

Krebs

Le regime des

(E.)

en Allemagne.

pp. 255.

Les
(N.)
Le Cortege des Victimes.
rapatries d'Allemagne. pp. 208. 19 17.
09083. aaa. 17.
The Victims' Return, pp. 134.
Constable, 191 7.
9082. a. 18.

Andre

pp. 172.

09076.

ff.

45.

Ma

(G.)

1917.

pp. 256.

Arvengas

Captivite en Allemagne, 191409082. d. 25.


1918.

Entre

(G.)

de fer

les fils

camet d'un

prisonnier de guerre, 1914-1917.

pp. 252.
9082. bb. 1.
19
Benjamin (R.) Les Rapatries. pp. 63. 1918.
9082. aa. 23.
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9083. bb. 10.
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pp. 16.
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Celarie (H.)

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pp. 342.

deportees,

Christian-Frog6

191 8.

(R.)

jom-nal de deux
09082. d. 24.

Les Captifs.

pp. 210.
9083. bbb. 6.

1918.

DuFOUR

(.J.

pp.248.

Fallet

European War.
(J.)

les

1916.

09082. aa. 19.

Pages de captivite.

pp. 264.

Roger

011903.

DoDDS

Trarieux

Onze mois de captivite dans

hoiJitaux allemands.

J.)

Dans

les

camps de

(C.)

Allemagne.

represailles.

9082. aaa. 27.

1918.

Notes d'une internee fran9aise en


pp. 61.

9082. bbb.

1918.

2.

Ministere des Affaires Etrangeres.


France.
Rapports des Delegues du Gouvemement

Espagnol sur leurs

visites

dans

les

Camps de

Prisonniers fran9ais en Allemagne, 1914-1917.


9082. dd. 11.
1 91 8.
bord d'un transport anglais
Loir {Mme. A.)
fran^ais
de Rotterrapatriant des prisonniers
dam au Havre, 1918. pp. 30.
09082. b. 30.
Le Havre, 1918.

pp.420.

EUROPEAN WAB,

82

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and Hefugees. Allied Prisoners in
Enemy Countries conthmcA.
souvenirs et reRiviere (J.) L'AUemand
:

flexions d'un prisonnier de guerre,


191S.

BOULFROY

(A.)

1914-1918.

de souffrances,
{Pages aduelles.]

GiNiSTY

pp. 249.

Evasions,

les Fritz
4.
1919.

de captivite.

Apres
(A.)
captivite,

Ma

Berlin.

mon
mes

1919.

Niox

1919.

9083. bbb. 10.

1919.

Chez

(J.)

Marchal

pp. y.

W.P. 2825/1.34, 135.


and Gagneur (M.) Les Belles

(P.)

Hemard

pp. 250.
bb. 11.

Quatre annees de captivite et

Mes

notes et croquis
9082. cc. 26.

vol au-dessus de
Evasions,
pp. 342.
9083. bbb. 8.

1919.
pp. 244.
9083. bbb. 2.
TouRNADRE (C. L. J. de) Au Pays des fourbes
1919.
impressions de captivite. pp. 292.
09083. cc. 30.
P.P. Brandenburg. Les 100 numeros du Petit
Fran9ais, organe authentique des officiers
fran9ais prisonniers a Brandebourg et Halle,
Allemagne. 14 Sept. 22 Dec. 1914. 1917.4.
P.P. 4039. yo.
P.P. Gottingen. Le Camp de Gottingen.
4.
P.P. 4039. wuk.
Gottingen, 1915, etc.
(C.)

six evasions,

Stance

Das Gefangenen-Lager

(C.)

Recit de deux

Baud-Bovy

L'^fivasion.
(D.)
prisonniers fran9ais evades du
bourg. pp.218. 1917.

Vallis

(G.)

evade.

9083. h. 10.

Gottingen, 1915.

pp. 37.

ingen.

En Allemagne

in Gott-

camp d'Hammel09083. aaa. 38.


impressions d'un

De Douaumont a Mannheim,

d.

13.

De Soyecourt a Wittenberg

(A.)

ou, I'invasion et la captivite.

91 8.

Brown

(F. Y.)

N.R. 9208.
the Turks, pp. 220.
Caught bv
"

9082. bbb. 33.


i^i<).
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Four-Fiftv Miles to Freedom, pp. 295.
09083. bb. 32.
Blackwood, 19 19.
Limmer (R.) Reminiscences of a year's captivity
in the hands of the Turks,
pp. 46.
9083. a. 25.
Parkstone, 1919.
Bishop (H. C. W.) A Kut Prisoner.
pp. 243.
09083. cc. 61.
J. Lane, 1920.
FoRDER (A.) In Brigands' Hands and Turkish
Prisons, 1914-1918.
pp. 314.
09082. c. 61.
Marshall Bros., 1920.
Jones (Elias H.) The Road to En-Dor being
an account of how two prisoners of war at
Yozgad in Turkev won their wav to freedom.
09083. cc. 25.
J. Lane, 1920.
pp. 351.
Still (J.) A Prisoner in Turkey, pp. 250.
9083. bbb. 40.
J. Lane, 1920.

E. Arnold,

Johnston (M. A.

being
The Black Hole of the Desert
the diary of a Yeoman-Signaller, one of the
survivors of H.M.S. " Tara." pp. 137.
09083. aa. 11.
Hodder & Stoughton, 1916.

Hole.

Prisoners of the Red


(R. S. G.)
being a history of the men of the

Williams
Desert

"Tara."

pp.304. Thornton Butterworth, igiu.


09083.

RossoTTi

Fra

(A.)

17.

di prigionia araba.

Beduini.

Vita e

riflessioiii

pp. 310,

Roma,

1920.

pp. 132.

09082.

Amiens, 1916.

cc.

i^p.

09082.

Trimbalet

1914-1918.

Military and Naval History. Prisoners


and Refugees. Allied Prisoners in
Enemy Countries contlunad.
England. Parliament. Report on the treatment of British Prisoners of Wa;r in Turkey.

010007.
a.

g.

7.

Germans

in

42.

L'lntermede.
Gefangene7ilager.
Journal des prisonniers fran9ais du camp de
Wilrzburg, 1917, ete.
Wiirzburg.
P.P. 4039. ^vuk. (3.)

WuRZBURG.

Close

Italian Prisoners of War.

England. Parliament. Reports on the treatment by the Germans of British Prisoners in


German East Africa. 191 7.
N.R. 8689.
Spanton (E. F.) In German Gaols. Two years'
captivity in German East Africa,
pp. 111.

Italian Prisoners
War and the Enemy's Barbarity, pp. 19.
09083. b. 12.
Torino, 1918.
Loyola (A.) The Captivity of the Italians in
Torino,
36.
1918.
9082. d. 25.
Austria, pp.
of

(P. L.)

SKY (E.

MlicflueBT. n.i-fina

A.)

^neBHiiKT.

ni KapjcCa^'fe.

aa.ioiKHiiKa.

pp. 226.
9083.

35.

Navoev

RUDNITZKY

(N.)

Erfarenheter

bland

krigsfangar i Tyskland. pp. 38.


Stockholm, 1916. obi. 8.
9083.

Karabchevsky

ryska
df.

8.P.G.K., 191 7.

HoLTOM (E.

C.)

Two Years'
pp. 239.

16.

Les prisonniers civils


Impressions de captivite a
Bad Hombourg. Traduit du Russe. pp. 183.
09082. bbb. 46.
1 91 7.
(N. p.)

Cameron

Le traitement des i^risonniers et


des blesses serbes par les Austro-GcrmanoBulgares. Resultats de I'enquete executee sur
jip. 91.
le front de Salonique.
1919.
9082. cc. 7.

09082. a. 73.
Captivity in German

Hntchitison, 191 9.
9082. b.

9.

Ten Months in a German


(J. S.)
a prisoner of war aboard the Wolf.

Raider
pp.168.

iV. y.,

09083.

1918.

cc.

5.

Enemy

Prisoners in Allied Countries.


Juenger (C.) and Vaerting (H.) Die Behandlung der Deutschen in England, Frankreich
und Russland. pp. 50. Berlin, 19 15.
9082. g. 10. (1.)
Schreiber (A. W.) Deutsche Kriegsgefangenen-

pp.63.

Seelsorge.

BerU7i, igi 6.

09083.

en Allemagne.

Reiss (R. a.)

9083. ee. 15.

1915.
KaKX jKiiBCTca iiauiiiMi n.ituHbiMi
(P. E.)
Bb repMaiiiH H ABCTpo-Bcnrpiii. pp.48, i/?., 1915.
09082. bb. 7.
Russia. Upeseuvaunafi drbdcmecnuan h'oMMucciii.
Fr.
8
Travaux. Eng.,
& Buss.
fasc.
Petrograd, 1915-16. 4.
9085. ff. 5.
III.,

f.

Prisoner of the
Africa,
pp. 318.

South- West
Fisher Unwin, 191 6.

East Africa,

d.

7.

Germany.

Die Gefangenen-Misshandlungen in
Entente-Landern.
Noten der deutschen
Regierung an die neutralen Staaten. jip. 80.

Berlin, 1918.

09082. bb. 39.

Deutsche Kriegsgefangene in Feindesland.


Amtliches Material. 2 pt. Berlin, 19 19.
9082.

Haas

(J.

pp. 172.

f.

52.

Sonnentage und Gefangenschaft.


Barmen, 1919.
09082. c. 6:{.

de)

EUROPEAN WAR. 1914-1918.


Military and Naval History. Prisoners
Military and Naval History. Prisoners
and Refugees. Enemy Prisoners in
and Refugees.Enemy Pi'isoners in
Allied Counti'ies

Haupt

ci-nfitiuvJ.

Die Deutsche

Insel.

biich kriegsgefangener Offiziere.

Munch^n, 1920.

Ein Gedenkj^p.

113.

9084. cc.

2.

Allied Countries rmitinHciJ.


Liebach (G.) Von China zur Front

Flucht-

International Red Cross Committee. Turk-

Pexck

(A.)
Von England festgehalten.
Stuttgart, 1915.
9084. e. 6.
pp. 220.
Schmidt-Reder (B.)
In England kriegsgefangen
Berlin, 19 15.
9083. e. 34.
pp. 13G.
!

ish Prisoners in Egypt.


'
Cassell, 19 1 7.

pp. 64.
09082. b. 65.

report,

Braner

(E.) Kriegsgefangen in Afrika. Bericht


Darmstadt, 19 17.
in Brief en.
pp. 115.

VoEHRiNGER

(G.) Meine Erlebnisse in englischer


Kriegsgefangenschaft. pp.24. Hamburg, 191=;.
9082. f. 34. (6.)
Bexedix (H. E.) In England interniert eine
Geschichte des Gefangenenwesens in England
von Kriegsbeginn bis zum Friihjahr 1916.
Gotha, 1916.
9081. e. 12.
pp. 109.
England. Parliament. Reports of Visits of
InsjDection made by officials of the U.S. Embass v to Internment Camps in the United
Kingdom. 1916.
KR. 8324.
:

Xeubau

Kriegsgefangen iiber
(R.)
entflohen.
Berlin, 19 16.
pp. 119.

England

09083.

(J.)

Gefangen in England,

pp. 394.
9081. b. 2.

Hildesheim, 1920.

L.Z. The magazine of the German


Prison Camp at Coal Aston.
Coal Aston, 1917, etc. fol.
P.P. 4039. wuf.
Douglas. Douglas Prisoner of War Camp.
Camp Echo. Douglas, igi^, etc. 4.
P.P. 4039. wnc.

Coal Aston.

Hartmann

L.)
Kriegsgefangener
der Insel Man. pp. 236.

(C.

Gibraltar und
Bern, 19 18.

auf

9082. bb. 21.

Knockaloe. Knockaloe Aliens' Detention Camp.


Quousque Tandem Knockaloe, igi^, etc. 4.
!

P.P. 4039. wu.

(2.)

Werden.

Knockaloe, 19 15, etc. 4.


P.P. 4039. wu. (1.)
Lager-Echo. Knockaloe, 19 16, etc. 4.
P.P. 4039. wue.
\'iELHATJER (A.) Das cnglische Konzentrationslager Knockaloe.
Bad Nassau, 19 17.
pp. 8.
9081. eee. 23.
Schmidt (H.) Aus der Gefangenschaft. PrefUgten gehalten im Offiziers-Gefangenenlager
Lofthousepark. pp. 163. Gottingen, 191 9.
4424. 1. 37.
Stobs. Stobs Prisoners of War Camp. Stobsiade
Stobser Zeitung. Stobs, 191 5, etc. 4.
P.P. 4039. wud.
:

KoENiG

(0.)

Die Deutschen Palastinas in

englischer Gefangenschaft.
Dresden, 1920.

pjJ.

4.

c.

meine
iiber
Bericht
(G. W.)
Gefangenschaft in Siid-Afrika und England
von 15. September 1914 bis zum 18. Juni
1916.

pp. 32.

Lauterbach

09082. bb. 56.

Berliji, 1916.

1000 Kopfpreis tot oder


Fluchtabeuteuer des ehemaUgen
lebendig.
Prisenoffiziers S.M.S. " Emden " J. Lauterbach.

(J.)

pp. 122.

9083. aa. 39.

Berli7i, 19 17.

Germany.

BeicJis-Kolonialamt. Die Kolonialdeutschen aus Deutsch-Ostafrika in belgischer


Gefangenschaft. pp. 75. Berlin, 1918. fol.

28.

09082. bb. 31.


German Prisoners. German Prisoners in
Great Britain, pp. 62. Bolton, 191 7. 4.
9081. ff. 10.
8CHIMMING (0.) 13 Monate hinter dem Stacheldraht.
09082. c. 65.
pp. 32. Stuttgart, 191 9.

M.iCHMER

09083.

Wagener

9081. h. 26.
a.

Petersen-Patjli (N.P.) Era Engelske Fangelejre.


pp. 79. Kpbenhavn, 19 16.

77.

09083. d. 20.
Als Kriegsgefangener von Indien nach
Deutschland. pp. 48. Stuttgart, 19 16.
9082. ee. 30.

J AUS

erlebnisse eines deutschen Offiziers.


pp. 63.
09082. b. 46.
Berlin, 1918.

(J.)

International Red Cross Committee.


Reports on British Prison-Camps in India and
Burma, pp. 64. Fisher Unwin, 19 17.
09082. aaa. 3.
Hagenbeck (J.) J. Hagenbecks abenteuerliche
Flucht aus Ceylon, pp.143. Dresden, igi-j.
9082. df. 39.

Koebner

(G.) 3

Monate kriegsgefangen.

Er-

lebnisse einer Deutschen in Frankreich.


9083. de.
Berlin, 1915.
pp. 214.

Marval

10.

von) Die Kriegsgefangenenlager


in Frankreich, Corsica, Algerien und Tunesien.
(C.

9083. h. 19.
Neuchatel, 1915. fol.
In franzosischer Kriegsgefangenschaft.
Weinfelden, 1915.
pp. 32.
9083. de. 16. (5.)
Schubert (G.) In Frankreich kriegsgefangen.
pp. 191. Magdeburg, 19 15. 16^ 9083. a. 11.

pp. 16.

ScHMiD

(C.)

St. (S.) Meine Kriegsgefangenschaft.


pp. 27.
Freiburg, 1915.
9083. de. 16. (6.)

Leveque

(A.

Erinnerungen aus meiner

J.)

Kriegsgefangenschaft.

pp. 101.

09082. bb. 42.

Gebweiler, 19 18.

Neugebauer

(E.)

Kriegsgefangen und ent-

flohen.
Erlebnisse in italienischer
zosischer Gefangenschaft. pp. 156.

Wien, 1918.

und

9084.

frane.

32.

GoERiNG (M. H.) tJber die Behandlung verwundeter und kranker deutscher Gefangener
in Frankreich.

Augsburg, 1919.
09082. d. 54.

pp. 113.

Iskra-Permsky

Das

Elend in
deutschen Gefangenenlagern Frankreichs.
(M.)

09083.

Leipzig, 19 19.

pp. 76.

Kersting

cc.

den
52.

Meine Erlebnisse in franzosischer Gefangenschaft und Flucht aus Frankreich.


09084. b. 20.
pp.64. Breslaic, ig2o.
France.
Ma Captivite en France. Recit
(C.)

d'une prisonniere de guerre nee fran9aise.


9083. bbb. 34.
pp. 42. Strassburg, 1915.
Kannengiesser (P.)
Leidensfahrten
verschleppter Elsass-Lothringer von ihnen
erzahlt.
Strassburg, 1916.
pp. 82.
09082. c. 9.
German Prisoners. Les Prisonniers Allemands au Maroc. pp. 53. 19 17.
9083.
37.

Kramm

(W.)

Von Marokko

schleppt.
1916.
pp. 103.
des grossen Krieges.]

zur Sahara verden Tagen


9081. b. 1/12.

lAus

RoscHER (M.) Zwei .Jahre kriegsgefangen


West- und Nord-Afrika. pp. 208.
9083.

Stuttgart, 19 18.

Liebau (C.) Gefangen


Hamburg, 1918.

in

Rumanien.

a.

in
24.

pp. 80.
9082. bbb. 18.

EUROPEAN WAR, 1914-1918.

Military and Naval History. Prisoners


and Refugees. Persons interned in

84

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and Refugees. Enemy Prisoners in
Allied Couniriesr-oiiti lined.
Zekely (W.) In Rumanien dreieinhalb Monate
intemiert.

Aram

Neutral Countries co// ned.


Roger (N.) Soldats internes en Suisse,

Bukarest, 191 8.
9082. bb. 22.

pp. 94.

Geneve, 19 16.

Sibirien mit hunderttausend


12.
Berlin, 1915.
pp. 247.
9082. df. J 2.
Hacia Siberia con cien mil Alemanes.
Barcelona, 19 16.
pp. 152.
9081. e. 8.

pp. 24.

(T.)

Nach Russland

Berlin, 191 5.

LuNDBERG

(A.)

Jaccottet
de

verschleppt.
09083. b. 9.

Scenes
(G.) L'fitape liberatrice.
la vie des soldats aUies internes en Suisse.

FrSn fangelse

ScHMiDT-LoETZEN

Reichel

pp. 102.

Ein

Siberien.

gefangenschaft.

(E.)

land,

Von Masuren nach

Jahr

in russischer KriegsSchwerin, 1916.


pp. 88.

'

16 Monate in russischer KriegsEger, 1918.


pp. 45.
9083. df. 22.
Seraphim (E.) Nach Sibirien verschleppt.
Dorpat, 19 18.
09082. d. 56.
pp. 92.
Zahnd (C.) Gefangenen- Leiden. Als Neutraler von Ostpreussen nach Sibirien verschleppt. pp.102. Leipzig, igi8. 09082. b. 40.
Price (H. T.) Boche and Bolshevik. Experiences of an Englishman in the German Army
and in Russian prisons, pp. 247.
J. Murray, 1919.
09083. cc. 11,
Steinaecker (M. p. C. A. E. W. von) Baroness.
Die deutsche Schwester in Sibirien. pp. 173.
Berlin, 1919.
9083. a. 02.
Neander (H.) Bland krigsfilngar i Ryssland,
Sibirien och Japan,
135.
pp.
Stockholm, 1920.
09084. aaa. 9.

E. Arnold, 1919.
09082.

212.

jjp.

Schweiz.

Munchen,

pp. 94.
(R.)

Internierten
Bern, 191 6.

Merkbuch

19 17.
9082. d. 24.
die deutschen
pp. 24.
9081. ee. 20.

der Schweiz.

Refugees.
England.

pp. 11.

Amsterdam, 19 19.

09084.

c.

pp. 15.

d'Asile.

pp. 78.

\_Pages actuelks.]

191 5.

W.P. 2825/19.

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pp. 8.

Campbell
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a.

7.

Home

in

(M.)
dehors,

09082. bb. 18.

Un Royaume

en

exil.

La

pp.224.

Une Cite beige sur la Tamise.


Bruxelles, 191 7.
010368. ee. 14.

(J.)

London.
British Government War Refugees'
Camp, EarVs Court. Four Years in a Refugee
:

being an account of the British GovernEarl's Court,


pp. 84.
4.

9083.

h.

Les refugies et les heros.


Belgique en France, pp.194. 191 7.
(P.)

."W.

La

09083. aaa. 13.


Wastelier du Parc (L.)
Souvenirs d'un
Douai, Lille, Paris, Boulogne-surrefugie.
mer, 1914-1915. pp. 322.
1916.
09082. a. 21.

Jacques

Die Fliichthnge. Durch Holland


(N.)
hinter die belgische Front, pp. 108.
Berlin, 19 15.
09083. aa. 24.

38.

12.

08285.

1917.
9083. ee. 44.
Varlez (A.) Les Beiges en exil. pp. 296.
9082. h. 24.
Londres, 191 7. 4.

Notiiomb

(N.)
Le Garnet d'un temoin. Le
passage des evacues a travers la Suisse. 2 pt.
f.

actuelles.]

Refugees in England.

Belgian Soldiers at

London, 1914-1919.
Baynard Press, 1920.

J. Truscott, 1916.

9084.

21.

ment War Refugees' Camp,

Roger
19 16.

Belgique du

Camp

09083. aa. 56.


Les Internes en pays neutre
dans la guerre continental, pp. 154. 1916.
ff.

Des Ombiaux

pp. 102.

12.

(H.)

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Massow (W.

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War

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Bureau Documentaire Beige. Cahiers documentaires.


Recueil methodique de documents
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CO livr.
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W.P. 5293.

Le Dossier diplomatique de
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Recueil des pieces

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Briixelles, ig I

question
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Diplomatischer Schriftenwechsel des
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Protest
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by

the

Government

Belgian

German

allegation that Belgium


had forfeited her Neutrality before the outbreak of War. pp. 3.
fol.
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1879. cc. 4. (15.)
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191508027. cc. 26.

Die belgischen
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Germany.

Auswdrtiges Amt. Belgische Aktenstiicke 1905-1914.


Berichte der belgischen
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Minister des Aeusseren in Briissel. pp. 140.
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KOEHLER (W.) Revanche-Idee und Panslawis,mus.
Belgische Gesandtschaftsberichte zur
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Berlin, 1919.
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Aktenstucke
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The German White Book


Authorised
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translation.
break of the

08028.

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ee.

15.

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translation issued by the German Government,


Berlin, 1914.
08027. c. 47.
pp. 48.
How the Franco-German Conflict might
have been avoided. Official documents.
Berlin, 1914.
08028. ee. 18.
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La vero pri la milito.


Dresden, 19 14. 4.

pp. 36.
08027. dd. 12.

L'Angleterre et sa complicite dans la


guerre actueUe d'apres les Publications Officielles.
pp.36. Berlin, igi5. 08027. b. 43. (3.)
Denkschrift uber die Behandlung der

deutschen Konsuln in Russland und die


Zerstorung der deutschen Botschaft in Petersburg,

Berlin, 19 15.

pp. 15.

9082. h.

4".

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Memorandum

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Consuls in Russia, pp. 15.

of German
Berlin, 191 5.

4.

9082. dd. 39.

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Die deutschen Dokumente


Vollstandige

bruch.

Sammlung.

Kriegsaus4 Bd.

08028.

Charlottenburg, 1919.

Deutschland schuldig

pjj.

08028.

Berlin, 19 19.

German V Guilty

f.

53.

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24.

208.

2 pt.

Berlin, 1919.
e. 20.

Der Kriegsausbruch 1914.

Thron- und

Is

Kanzlerrede, Denkschrift und Aktenstiicke.


Berlin, 19 14.
08027. cc.
pp. 78.

3.

Urkunden

des
deutschen
Generalstabes iiber die militarpohtische Lage
vor dem Kriege. pp.27. Berlin, i gig.
08028. df. 27.
Stahl (W.) Die diplomatischen Verhandtungen
vor Ausbruch des Weltkrieges auf Grand der
Farbbiicher.
Munchen, 191 7.
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Hungary.
See above, Austria-Hungary.
Itahj.

Bulgaria.

Veritas
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G., pseud.,

andSEMENOVA

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Documents diplomatiques. 1914.
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1914.

The French Yellow Book.


The Times, 1914,

Documenti diplomatici presentati al


Parlamento Italiano. Austria-L^ngheria.
80.33. m. 11.
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II perche della nostra guerra.
Documenti

Italy.

lrangeres.

La Guerre
.

del Libro Verde nel testo integrale. pp. 78.


Torino, 19 15.
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COopiiiiKi, jiin.ioMaTii'iccKiixT, .lOKym'HTOBb.

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1914-1918.

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and Controversial Works. Causes of


the War~ro,iii,nie<l
England. Parliament. Documents respecting
the Negotiations preceding the War, published
by the Russian Government. 1915. N.R. 7626.

Brereton

the War^roiitiiined.

Brownlow
Storm,

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for the
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The War

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its

'

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(A.)

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09007. bb.

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db

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it

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8425. s. 6.
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Beck

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Six

March-August
09082.

1914.

pp.88.

iY.r., 1916.

Bevan

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in the

d.

45.

Madness

of the case between


Germany and ourselves, pp. 309.
08027. e. 26.
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fresh

BiBBY
some

consideration

(J.)

The War:

of its lessons,

its

pp. 12.

imseen cause and


Liver])ool, 1915.

08027.

BODEN

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12.

being
Freedom's Battle
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Simpkin, Marshall, 1916.
pp. 77.
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its

and

causes

Longmans, 1914.
8.

(4.)

EBponcKu par.

L.)

Toeop

4. J.

Gorham
Blame

pp. 40.

Watts

&

3.

Who

to

is

Co., 191 5.

Why Europe
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(F. V.)

pp. 170.

09077. cc.

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08027. a. 49.
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08027. a. 70.

Grey

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Speech in the House of Commons on the 3rd
1914.
08027. i. 59.
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1914.
pp. 12.

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The Causes

European War. pp.


Association, 1914.

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pp. 31.

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an

24.

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yopya 7or ci-nieMOpa, 1914 roj. Serb.


London, 1914.
08027. i. 57.
Germany. Germany's War Mania, pp. 272.
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08072. a. 9.
Gibbons (H. A.) The New Map of Europe,
1911-1914. pp. 382. Duckworth, 1914.

08027. b. 42.

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pp. 12.

the World-Tragedy.
Ulrich v. WilamowitzFisher Umvin, igiy.
08027. f. 3.
AsQUiTH (Rt. Hon. H. H.) The War, its|
Speeches delivered
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August-October, 1914. pp. 39.
08027. b. 9. (1.)
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De Oorlog. pp. 52. Nelson, 191 ^.
08027. aaa. 20. (3.)
La Guerra. pp. 47. Xelson, 1915.
08027. aaa. 20. (4.)
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of

Singapore, 1915.

r.

to Professor
Mollendorf. pp.46.

(W.) The W^orld's Debate


defence of the Allies, pp. 382.

08027.

War

Glasgow, 1915.
pp. 24.
08027. b. 10.
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Cross (W.)

George {EL Hon. D.

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Britain's Best

FiTZPATRiCK {Sir J. p.) The Orisin, Causes


and Object of the War. pp. 124.
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08027. a. 47.

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1914: a chronicle and interi^retation. pp.224.
Oxford, 19 15.

of the Nations

08027. b.

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its

strife,

Murray, 191 7.

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(A. R.)

issues,

Shirking the Issue


a letter to
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The

51.

c.

War,

European

The Mark

{Sir T. A.)

Fisher (H. A.

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pp. 227.

The

W.)

and consequences,

English Works.

Adkixs

a. L.) The
Methuen, 19 18.
09083.

(C.

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pp. 432.

Unofficial Publications.

1914.

3.

1915.

pp. 266,
8425. ppp. IL
Collins (.S'^V W. .1.) The Aetiology of the
European Conflagration, pp. 12.
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08027. cc. 15.

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115.

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United States of America.

20.

responsible ?
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Carpenter (E.) The Healing


and the hidden sources of their

U.S.A. Di]3lomatic Correspondence between the


U.S. and Germany, Aug. 1, 1914 April 6, 1917.
08027. dd. 31.
pp.378. X.Y., 1918."

War. pp.

is

causes, purjioses and probable results,


Chicago, 191 5.
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OTHOcamaaca kx Boiint 1914 roja. pp. 55.


08027. aaa. 108.
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Who

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Burgess

Serbia.

Knnra.

(C. S. H.)

G. G. Harrap, 19 14.
Qui est responsable ? jjp.

pp. 126.

Miiiiucmepcmao nnocmpaiiiihixo Jw.io.


Russia.
Recueil de documents diplomatiques. N(^gotiations ayant precede la guerre avec la
Turquie, 19 Juliet 19 octobre, 1914. pp. GO.
08027. dd. 14.
PHrograd, 19 15. 4.

Servia.

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and Controversial Works. Causes of

and Social Histoi'y. Political

Political

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of the International
International Scientific
08027. cc. 2.

(R. B.) ViscMunt Haldane.


Gassell, 1920.
j)p. 207.

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08027. bb. 69.


Head LAM (.1. W.) The German Chancellor
and the Outbreak of War. pp. 127.
Fisher Unwin, 191 7.
08027. ee. 1.
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Historv of Twelve Davs,
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pp. 436.
08027. b. 16.
Fisher Univin, 191 5.
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1914.
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2.]

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Junker War.

War

the

The Junker War.

pp. 46.

Who

began

Electrical Press, 19 14.

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[Daily Telegraph War Books.]
9085. de. 1/1.
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