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World War I - - Documents

   
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  1. A comparative study of World War casualties from gas and other weapons

  2. A war catechism: questions and answers concerning the great World War, its causes and progress, our country's part in it, our duties as citizens
    Note from the first page: The following arrangement in the form of a catechism of the main facts necessary to an understanding of the war situation up to the middle of April, 1918, was made for the convenience of teachers of all grades, high school and elementary, in selecting material to present to their pupils.

  3. A world in ferment: interpretations of the war for a new world
    A series of addresses written between 1914 and 1917, as World War I was being fought in Europe. In the introduction the author offers the hope that "the nations of the earth will band themselves together more closely than ever before, not to enforce peace but to secure peace...This appears to be a safe prediction, for the reason that there seems to be no other way in which human foresight and human capacity can make highly improbable the recurrence of any such holocaust as is now consuming civilization."

  4. Air service medical manual

  5. American women and the world war

  6. Bombardment
    Training manual of bombardment aviation, from the Air Service Tactical School at Langley Field, Virginia.

  7. Cartoons of the war
    Note: Blank pages opposite illustrations were not scanned in this volume.

  8. Department of Conservation / Woman's Committee of Council of National Defense, Illinois Division, and woman's organizations, State Council of Defense

  9. Exhibit of the chemical warfare service, United States Army
    From the introduction: The exhibit demonstrates the intimate relationship between the science of chemistry and the problem of national defense, and shows some of the contributions of the Chemical Warfare Service to this problem. It also shows some of the ways in which this service has assisted in the solution of certain industrial problems.

  10. Final report of the State Council of Defense of Illinois, 1917-1918-1919

  11. Final report of Woman's Committee, State Council of Defense of Illinois, and Woman's Committee, Council of National Defense, Illinois Division, April 1917-July 1919

  12. German submarine activities on the Atlantic Coast of the United States and Canada
    Includes two charts: Chart 1 shows the tracks of all the operating vessels; Chart 2 shows the location of al the mine fields with the number of mines in the area covered and when and how they were removed or destroyed.

  13. Illinois activities in the World War: covering the period from 1914 to 1920, volume 01

  14. Illinois activities in the World War: covering the period from 1914 to 1920, volume 02

  15. Illinois activities in the World War: covering the period from 1914 to 1920, volume 03

  16. Illinois in the War; an address to the Commercial Club of Chicago

  17. Illinois in the World War; an illustrated record prepared with the cooperation and under the direction of the leaders in the state's military and civilian organizations

  18. Illinois in the World War, volume 1
    Subtitled "The History of the 33rd Division A.E.F.", this volume, the first in the series "Illinois in the World War", chronicles the operations of the 33rd Division from its arrival in France until the Armistice with Germany.

  19. Illinois in the World War, volume 2
    Subtitled "The History of the 33rd Division A.E.F.", this volume is the second in the series "Illinois in the World War". It contains appendices that cover the organization of the 33rd Division; field orders; war diary of the 33rd Division; training; correspondence; letters of commendation; journal of operations; and more.

  20. Illinois in the World War, volume 3
    Subtitled "The History of the 33rd Division A.E.F.", this volume is the third in the series "Illinois in the World War". It contains appendices that cover the chronological record of events for the battalions, brigades, and infantry; medical and dental history of the division; casualties; decorations awarded; and more.

  21. Illinois in the World War, volume 4
    Subtitled "The History of the 33rd Division A. E. F.", this volume is the fourth in the series "Illinois in the World War". This volume consists of maps that delineate troop movements and positions; enemy positions; operations; and more.

  22. Illinois in the World War, volume 5
    Subtitled "The War-Time Organization of Illinois", this volume is the fifth in the series "Illinois in the World War". It contains essential information about the civilian and military organization of Illinois - official, semi-official, and private - for the World War.

  23. Illinois in the World War, volume 6
    Subtitled "War Documents and Addresses", this volume is the sixth in the series "Illinois in the World War". It contains selected documents of various classes, speeches, resolutions, etc., regarding the activity of Illinois in the World War.

  24. Inventory of the state archives of Illinois: Series three: The State Council of Defense of Illinois, 1917-1919

  25. Knox County, Illinois. The honor roll, 1917-1918-1919, being a record of what was done in Knox County in those three eventful years and who did it

  26. Menard County honor book: an honorary roll of those who took part in the World War in behalf of the citizens of Menard County: Petersburg, Athens, Greenview, Tallula, Cantrall, Oakford, Atterbury, Fancy Prairie, Tice, Sweetwater in Illinois

  27. Municipal war work

  28. Program of Committee on Foreign-born Women in Industry / Woman's Committee of the Council of National Defense, Illinois Division and Woman's Organization of the State Council of Defense, Department of Women and Children in Industry

  29. Pursuit
    Training manual on pursuit aviation, from the Air Service Tactical School at Langley Field, Virginia.

  30. Raemaekers' cartoons, with accompanying notes by well-known Englich writers; with and appreciation from H. H. Asquith, prime minister of England
    A collection of political cartoons about the Great War, from the Dutch cartoonist Louis Raemaekers.

  31. Report on the work of the State Council of Defense of Illinois to July 1, 1918

  32. Response of the University of Illinois to the call of war

  33. Roster of the Illinois National Guard and Illinois Naval Militia as organized when called by the President for World War service

  34. Shelby County in World War I
    Cover title: Shelby County, Illinois in the World War, 1917-1918.

  35. Suggestions for emergency war work for teachers

  36. The 131st infantry (First infantry Illinois national guard) in the World War; narrative , operations, statistics
    A complete historical record of the 131st infantry in the World War. Includes tables and lists of engagements, elements of the regiment in battles, Corps and Armies attached to it, daily disposition of units, casualty lists, strength reports, company rosters, decorations awarded, citations, etc. IN SEPARATE CASE ACCOMPANYING THIS VOLUME PHOTOGRAPHS.- We are missing this separate case.

  37. The doctor in war

  38. The German war code
    A comparison of the German manual of the laws of war with those of the United States, Great Britain, and France and with the Hague convention respecting the laws and customs of war on land.

  39. The honor book: Sangamon County, Illinois, 1917-1919 official service record

  40. The State Council of Defense of Illinois: what it is and what it does
    Includes a synopsis of the activities of the Council and its subordinate bodies.

  41. The story of the liberty loans; being a record of the volunteer liberty army, its personnel, mobilization and methods. How America at home backed her armies and allies in the world war

  42. Training the boy to win the war: outline of a plan for principals and teachers

  43. United States official pictures of the world war showing America's participation; selected from the official files of the War department with unofficial introductory photographs

  44. Unveiling Ceremonies, Gold Star Mothers' Memorial at the Centennial Building
    Ceremony held at Illinois State Capitol Grounds, Thursday morning, December eleventh, Nineteen hundred and thirty at ten o'clock.

  45. War posters, issued by belligerent and neutral nations 1914-1919
    A compilation of propaganda posters created during World War I, from 1914-1919, with information about the posters and the artists who created them.
    Selected and edited by Martin Hardie and Arthur K. Sabin.

  46. War publications and reports of the War Committee of the University of Illinois, 1917-1919

  47. What every one should know about war legislation

  48. What the United States has achieved in war activities and moral leadership

  49. Woman's Committee of Council of National Defense, Illinois Division and Woman's organizations, the State Council of Defense

  50. Woman's Committee of Council of National Defense, Illinois Division, and woman's organizations, the State Council of Defense, Department of Health and Recreation

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