Documents of World War I

"Instances of Use of United States Forces Abroad, 1798 - 1993," by Ellen C. Collier, Specialist in U.S. Foreign Policy,
Foreign Affairs and National Defense Division, Washington DC: Congressional Research Service -- Library of Congress -- October 7, 1993

Archive of Documents at Brigham Young University

National World War I Museum

First World War.com - A multimedia history of World War One

Florida State Archives, Florida Memory Project, World War I

Art of the First World War

BBC News, "World War I:  Eighty Years On"

BBC Education, Modern World History: Timeline, World War I

ANZACS Net, Animated Stories and Poems from the First World War

Trenches on the Web

F.S. Northedge and M.J. Grieve, A Hundred Years of International Relations, (New York: Praeger, 1971), Chapter 5, "The Approach to the First World War," pp. 71-90

Lost Poets of the Great War

Patricia A. Ferguson, "Fighting on All Fronts: Leo Amery and the First World War," Essays in History

Dan Berlin's World War I Page

The Great European and World War

THE SCHLIEFFEN PLAN, 1906

The Hague Convention (1899-1928)

The Western Front, 1914-1918

Chronology of the First World War

The War Times Journal Series, "The Great War"

The PBS Production, "The Great War and the Shaping of the 20th Century"

World War I Political Cartoons

Market Harborough: An East Midlands Town in the First World War

Pre-1914

Declaration Respecting Maritime Law. Paris, 16 April 1856

LE TRAITÉ DE LONDRES (1867)

Declaration Renouncing the Use, in Time of War, of certain Explosive Projectiles. Saint Petersburg, 29 November/11 December 1868

The Dual Alliance Between Austria-Hungary and Germany, October 7, 1879

The Laws of War on Land. Oxford, 9 September 1880

Helmuth von Moltke, the Elder, "On the Nature of War," 1880

The Three Emperors' League, June 18, 1881

The Triple Alliance, May 20, 1882

The Triple Alliance, May 20, 1882 (English translation)

Bismarck and the "Polish Question." Speech to the Lower House of the Prussian Parliament, January 28, 1886.

The Reinsurance Treaty, June 18, 1887

Die Internationale (1888) Translated by Richard S. Levy

Wilhelm II at the Swearing-in of New Recruits in Potsdam, November 23, 1891

The Franco-Russian Alliance Military Convention, August 18, 1892

The 'Willy-Nicky' Letters: Introduction, and Letters I-V (8 November 1894-10 July 1895)

British Documents on the Origins of the War, 1898-1914

Bernhard von Bülow Hammer and Anvil Speech before the Reichstag, December 11, 1899

The First "Open Door" Note, September 1899

First Peace Conference at The Hague: Signed -- 29 July 1899; entry into force -- 4 September 1900

Bismarck's Fall from Power, 1890

Wilhelm II at the Swearing-in of New Recruits in Potsdam, November 23, 1891. (Two versions.)

Kaiser Wilhelm II and German Interests in China, 1900

November, 1901 British Foreign Policy by A.B.C.

The Entente Cordiale Between England and France, April 8, 1904

The Schlieffen Plan (1905)

The First Moroccan Crisis, March 31, 1905

The Treaty of Portsmouth, 1905 - September 5, 1905

K.M. Wilson, THE MAKING AND PUTATIVE IMPLEMENTATION OF A BRITISH FOREIGN POLICY OF GESTURE, DECEMBER 1905 TO AUGUST 1914: THE ANGLO-FRENCH ENTENTE REVISITED

The Anglo-Russian Entente (1907)

Second Peace Conference at The Hague: Signed -- 18 October 1907; entry into force -- 26 January 1910

The Annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina by Austria-Hungary, September - October, 1908

The Daily Telegraph Affair, 28 October, 1908

The Racconigi Bargain, October, 1909 (Excerpts)

Norman Angell's The Great Illusion, 1910

Agadir Crisis: Lloyd George's Mansion House Speech, 21 July, 1911

The Narodna Odbrana,1911

Luxembourg Railways Operational Intelligence Report, 24 September 1911

The Constitution of the Ujedinjenje ili Smrt (The Black Hand), 1911

The Haldane Mission, 8 - 12 February, 1912

Heinrich Class, "If I Were Kaiser" (1912)

5 December, 1912 Expanded Version of the Triple Alliance

5 February, 1913 The Austro-Hungarian / Rumanian Accord

British Imperial Connexions to the Arab National Movement, 1912-1914; Lord Kitchener, the Emir Abdullah, Sir Louis Mallet -- the Case of Aziz Ali, 1914

5 December, 1912, Expanded Version of the Triple Alliance

My Mission to London, 1912-14 by Prince Lichnowsky

Austro-Hungarian / Rumanian Accord, 5 February, 1913 (In the original French)

Woodrow Wilson, First Inaugural Address, Tuesday, March 4, 1913

The Zabern Affair (1913)

George Benjamin, "How Stravinsky's Rite of Spring has shaped 100 years of music," The Guardian, 28 May 2013

PAN-GERMANISM by ROLAND G. USHER, Associate Professor of History Washington University, St. Louis (BOSTON AND NEW YORK HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY, The Riverside Press, Cambridge, 1913)

Paul A.Papayoanou, "Interdependence, Institutions, and the Balance of Power: Britain, Germany, and World War I, International Security, Vol. 20, no. 4 Spring 1996

1914

Naomi Klein, "STRANDED: The diary of a young Boston teacher (Dora Lourie Klein), who becomes stuck in Switzerland as Europe erupts into war," 2007

THE "BLACK-DRAGON" STATEMENT OF JAPANESE POLICY IN CHINA AS A RESULT OF THE EUROPEAN WAR. (WRITTEN IN 1914.)

General Friedrich von Bernhardi, The Next War, 1914

U-Boat War, 1914-1918

Punch: British Propaganda from 1914-1915

"German Policy in Occupied Belgium, 1914-1918" by David Menichetti

The Austro-Hungarian Red Book, Section I, Nos 1-19, Appendices 1 and 2, 1914

Daily Mirror, "The Declaration of War," August 4th 1914

Austro-Hungarian Documents on the Outbreak of War, 1 July 1914 - 27 August 1914

The Belgian Grey Book, Diplomatic Correspondence Respecting the War (July 24-August 29, 1914)

The Russian Orange Book, 1914

The Serbian Blue Book

The German Occupation of Luxembourg (as documented in the original German and French-language dispatches)

Colonel House's Report to President Wilson, May, 1914

General Friedrich von Bernhardi, Germany and the Next War, 1914

The Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, 28 June, 1914

Treaty of Alliance between Germany and Turkey (2 August 1914)

German Dispatches and the Kaiser's Annotations, June-July 1914

Autograph Letter of Franz Joseph to the Kaiser, 2 July 1914

AN AMBASSADOR'S MEMOIRS By Maurice Paléologue, (Last French Ambassador to the Russian Court), TRANSLATED BY F. A. HOLT, O.B.E. NEW YORK: GEORGE H. DORAN COMPANY, 1925, VOL. I. (July, 1914-June 2nd, 1915), VOL. II. (June 3d, 1915-August 18, 1916), VOL. III. (August 19, 1916-May 17, 1917)

The 'Blank Check,' July 6, 1914, Germany giving Austria a green light

The Austrian-Hungarian Ultimatum to Serbia, July 23, 1914

Russian Memorandum of Advice to Serbia, July 24, 1914

The Serbian Response to the Ultimatum, July 25, 1914

Wilhelm II's Intransigence, July 26, 1914

The Pledge Plan, July 28, 1914

The Austro-Hungarian Declaration of War Against Serbia, July 28, 1914

The "Willy-Nicky" Telegrams, July 29-August 1, 1914

Sir Edward Grey's Indecisiveness, July 31, 1914

Prince Lichownowsky's Reply to Sir Edward Grey, July 1914

Wilhelm II's War Speeches, July-August 1914

The German White Book, 1914

The German Declaration of War On Russia, August 1, 1914

The German Request for Free Passage Through Belgium, August 2, 1914

The Belgian Refusal of Free Passage, August 3, 1914

The Italian Declaration of Neutrality, August 3, 1914

Sir Edward Grey's Speech before the House of Commons, August 3, 1914

The British Ambassador's Account of his meeting with the German Chancellor, August 4, 1914

The Chancellor Defends the Invasion of Belgium, August 4, 1914

4 August, 1914, Origin of the Term "A Scrap of Paper"

King Albert's Speech to the Belgium Parliament, August 4, 1914

President Poincare's War Message, August 4, 1914

EXTRACT FROM THE SPEECH OF THE IMPERIAL CHANCELLOR, DR. VON BETHMANN HOLLWEG GIVEN IN THE REICHSTAG, ON AUGUST 4, 1914

Clemenceau Calls France to Arms, August 5, 1914

World War I, The War at Sea

Telegram from Wilhelm II to President Wilson, August 10, 1914

Secretary of State Bryan Opposes Loans to Beliigerents, August 10, 1914

The Fall of Liege, August 11-15, 1914

Japanese Ultimatum to Germany, August 15, 1914

President Wilson's Declaration of Neutrality, August 19, 1914

The Fall of Brussels, August 20-21, 1914

The Burning of Louvain, August 26, 1914

Report of Sir Admiral David Beatty on Fighting off Helgoland, August 28, 1914

General Joffre's Report on the Fighting on the Marne, August-September 1914

The Abandonment of Paris, September 3, 1914

The Triple Entente Declaration on No Separate Peace, September 4, 1914

U.S. Statement on the Status of Armed Merchant Vessels, September 19, 1914

U-9 Submarine Attack Report, September 1914

Trench Warfare begins on the Aisne, September 28, 1914

The London Times on Belgian Neutrality, September 30, 1914

The Battle of Wirballen, October, 1914

The First Battle of Ypres, October 31-November 17, 1914

Cruise and Destruction of the Emden, August-November, 1914

War on the Eastern Front: The Battle of Wirballen, Reported by Karl H. von Wiegand, Berlin correspondent of the United Press, 4 - 8 October, 1914

William Jennings Bryan to Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, November 13, 1914

Graf von Spee's Report, November 1914

Colonel House's Memorandum of Interview with President Wilson, December 14, 1914

Manifesto of the Ninety-Three German Intellectuals to the Civilized World, 1914

The Hasslied, 1914

The British Defense of the Realm Consolidation Act, 1914

Failings of the Russian Army Medical Service, 1914

The British Defense of the Realm Consolidation Act

Kitchener's Address to the Troops, 1914

The Political Development of US Neutrality Policy, 1914-1915 Discussions between President Wilson & Secretaries Bryan and Lansing President Wilson to the Acting Secretary of State

Giolitti's Justification for Italian Neutrality, December, 1914

EXTRACT FROM THE SPEECH OF THE IMPERIAL CHANCELLOR MADE IN THE GERMAN REICHSTAG, ON DECEMBER 2, 1914. (From the North German Gazette of Dec. 3, 1914) Appendix I

ENGLAND AND BELGIUM: NEW DOCUMENTS CONCERNING ENGLAND'S BREACH OF NEUTRALITY (From the North German Gazette of December 2, 1914) Appendix G

HOW ENGLAND PLAYED WITH BELGIAN NEUTRALITY (From the North German Gazette of December 15, 1914) Appendix H

The Bryce Report, "Report of the Committee on Alleged German Outrages," Appointed by His Britannic Majesty's Government and Presided Over by the Right Hon. Viscount Bryce, O.M. THE RIGHT HON. SIR FREDERICK POLLOCK, Bt., K.C.; SIR ALFRED HOPKINSON, K.C; MR. H. A. L. FISHER, Vice-chancellor of the University of Sheffield; and MR.. HAROLD COX;

The Bryce Report on the Conduct of the German Army in Belgium

ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF THE WAR: NEUTRAL RIGHTS, BELLIGERENT CLAIMS AND AMERICAN COMMERCE IN THE YEARS 1914-1915 by EDWIN J. CLAPP Professor of Economics, New York University (NEW HAVEN: YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1915

THE "BLACK-DRAGON" STATEMENT OF JAPANESE POLICY IN CHINA AS A RESULT OF THE EUROPEAN WAR. (WRITTEN IN 1914.)

THE WAR OF STEEL AND GOLD: A STUDY OF THE ARMED PEACE BY HENRY NOEL BRAILSFORD, TENTH EDITION, REVISED, LONDON, G. BELL & SONS, LTD. First published May 1914

1915

FOUR WEEKS IN THE TRENCHES by Fritz Kreisler (Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1915)

Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Sir Edward Grey, January 22, 1915

THE TREATMENT OF THE ARMENIANS IN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE, 1915-16, Documents presented to VISCOUNT GREY OF FALLODON, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs By Viscount Bryce

The Battle of Dogger Bank, January 24, 1915

Harry Golding illustrated from photographs by Albert Friend, War in Dollyland (A Book and a Game) (Ward, Lock and co. Limited 1915)

German Admiralty Declaration, 4 February 1915

THE ENGLISH PRESS OF 1887 ON BELGIUM'S NEUTRALITY, THE BETRAYAL OF BELGIUM: WHAT THE ENGLISH TORIES ONCE SAID, (The Labour Leader, February 4, 1915) Appendix L

La violation de la neutralité belge et luxembourgeoise par l'Allemagne par ANDRÉ WEISS, Membre de I'Institut. Professeur de Droit international à l'Université de Paris. LIBRAIRIIE ARMAND COLIN, 103, Boulevard Saint-Michel, PARIS, 5e., 1915

President Wilson's First Warning to the Germans, February 10, 1915

KITCHENER: ORGANIZER OF VICTORY BY HAROLD BEGBIE The Riverside Press Cambridge, Published February 1915

The Battle of Neuve Chapelle, March 10, 1915

The Battle of Gallipoli

Gallipoli

"Raking Up Old Arguments," The Filipino People 3 (March 1915).

The Capture of Przemysl, March 30, 1915

PAN-AMERICANISM: A FORECAST OF THE INEVITABLE CLASH BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND EUROPE'S VICTOR BY ROLAND G. USHER, PH.D. , PROFESSOR OF HISTORY, WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, ST. LOUIS, NEW YORK: THE CENTURY CO.
1915

Masaryk: Independent Bohemia (April 1915)

The Use of Poison Gas, April 22, 1915

Daily Mirror, "Ypres," April 24th 1915

The Treaty of London (Extracts), 26 April, 1915

The sinking of the Lusitania by Paul W. Collins

CHINA'S REPLY TO JAPAN'S REVISED DEMANDS, China's Reply of May 1, 1915, to the Japanese Revised Demands of April 26, 1915

MEMORANDUM READ BY THE MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS TO MR. HICKI, THE JAPANESE MINISTER, AT A CONFERENCE HELD AT WAICHIAOPU, MAY 1, 1915

DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE TWENTY-ONE DEMANDS MADE BY JAPAN ON CHINA IN 1915, (A) JAPAN'S REVISED DEMANDS ON CHINA, Presented April 26, 1915, following the original Twenty-one Demands on China, presented Jan. 18, 1915

Japan's Ultimatum delivered by the Japanese Minister to the Chinese Government, on May 7th, 1915

REPLY OF THE CHINESE GOVERNMENT TO THE ULTIMATUM OF THE JAPANESE GOVERNMENT, DELIVERED TO THE JAPANESE MINISTER BY THE MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS ON THE 8TH OF MAY, 1915

EXTRACT FROM OFFICIAL STATEMENT ISSUED BY THE CHINESE GOVERNMENT AFTER THE ACCEPTANCE OF THE JAPANESE ULTIMATUM, MAY 8TH, 1915

President Wilson's Speech, "America Must be a Special Example," May 10, 1915

Woodrow Wilson, "Americanism and the Foreign-Born," 10 May 1915

The First Lusitania Note, May 13, 1915

William Jennings Bryan, "American Protest over the Sinking of the Lusitania," 1915

Cunard Archives, Lusitania, 1907-1915

Italy's Declaration for the Allies, May 23, 1915

President Wilson's Protest to Germany, July 21, 1915

The Treaty of London (excerpts) (1915)

Reports on Gallipoli, August 9, 1915

U.S. Policy on Loans to Belligerents, 1914-15

Wilson's Change on the War Loans Policy, August 26, 1915

Tsar Nicholas' Declaration of War Against the Bulgarians, October 6, 1915

The Development of US Neutrality Policy, 1914-15

US Protests Against Maritime Warfare, 1914-15

Bernstorff and the Arabic Crisis, October 5, 1915

6 October, 1915, Tsar Nicholas' Declaration Against the Bulgarians

THE NEUTRALITY OF BELGIUM: A STUDY OF THE BELGIAN CASE UNDER ITS ASPECTS IN POLITICAL HISTORY AND INTERNATIONAL LAW BY ALEXANDER FUEHR, DOCTOR OF LAW, FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY, NEW YORK AND LONDON
1915

Address to the President and Congress on Policies in the Americas by the Anti-Imperialist League, October 22, 1915.

The Husain-McMahon Letters (excerpt)

Propaganda Leaflets, 1915

"Lepanto," by G.K. Chesterton

ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF THE WAR: NEUTRAL RIGHTS, BELLIGERENT CLAIMS AND AMERICAN COMMERCE IN THE YEARS 1914-1915 BY EDWIN J. CLAPP, Professor of Economics, New York University, NEW HAVEN: YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1915

1916

31 January, 1916, The Great Zeppelin Raid

International Diplomacy from the Congo to World War I By E. D. Morel Excerpts from Truth and the War (London: National Labour Press, 1916).

Lord Northcliffe on Verdun, March 4, 1916

A line of bayonets protruding from the earth still testifies to French valor at Verdun in World War I, By Ernest O. Grab

The Sykes-Picot Agreement, May 15 and 16, 1916

Wilson on the Sussex Case, April 19, 1916

"Imperialism as the 'Paramount Issue'," by Maximo M. Kalaw, Chapter 6 of The Case for the Filipinos (New York: The Century Co., 1916).

The German Zeppelin Offensive of 1916 by Jim Burbeck

Rudyard Kipling on the Battle of Jutland, May 31, 1916

Beatty's Report on the Battle of Jutland, May 31, 1916

Daily Mirror,"The Battle of Jutland," June 3rd 1916

Robert Cecil, Memorandum on Proposals for Diminishing the Occasion of Future Wars, (Autumn 1916) (PRO reference FO 371/3082)

Memorandum on disarmament, 1916, by Sir Eyre Crowe, subsequently to become Permanent Under Secretary of the Foreign Office (PRO reference number F0371/3082)

Personal Notes on the Sherifial Family, T.E. Lawrence, November 26, 1916

When the Prussians Came to Poland: The Experiences of an American Woman during the German Invasion By Laura de Gozdawa Turczynowicz (NEW YORK: GROSSET & DUNLAP, PUBLISHERS, 1916)

1917

German Discussions Concerning Unrestricted Submarine Warfare, 1917

The Zimmerman Note, January 19, 1917

Woodrow Wilson's Speech, "Peace Without Victory," January 22, 1917

History of Intelligence (B), British Expeditionary Force, France, From January 1917 To April 1919

US, Department of State, President Wilson Learns of the Zimmermann Telegram, 26 February 1917

Woodrow Wilson, Second Inaugural Address, Monday, March 5, 1917

Abdication of Nicholas II, March 15, 1917

Abdication Manifesto of Nicholas II

Telegram from Morris, Ambassador to Sweden, to Byrne, U.S. Secretary of State, March 19, 1917

Telegram from the American Consulate General in Petrograd to the U.S. Secretary of State, March 20, 1917

Telegram from the American Consulate in Moscow to the U.S. Secretary of State, March 20, 1917

Manifesto Restoring the Constitution of Finland

The Finnish Civil War

Lansing's Memorandum of the Cabinet Meeting, March 20, 1917

Woodrow Wilson's "War Message," 1917

Ido Oren, "The Subjectivity of the 'Democratic' Peace: Changing U.S. Perceptions of Imperial Germany," International Security, Vol. 20, no. 2 (Fall 1995)

Speeches by Senators Norris and LaFollette opposing US entry into World War I, 1917

German and Austro-Hungarian Internment during World War One in the United States

The Reichstag Peace Resolution, July 19, 1917

The Battle of 3rd Ypres (Passchendaele) by Geoffrey Miller

Third Ypres: A Decisive Victory? by Gervase Phillips

Pope Benedict XV's Peace Proposal, August 1, 1917

The 27 Articles of T.E. Lawrence from The Arab Bulletin, 20 August 1917

The Joint Socialist Statement on the Refusal of Passports to Stockhom, September 9, 1917

The Balfour Declaration, November 2, 1917

The Imperial Japanese Mission to the United States, 1917, Appendix B, THE LANSING-ISHII EXCHANGE OF NOTES, November 1917

OFFICIAL STATEMENTS IN RELATION TO THE LANSING-ISHII AGREEMENT BETWEEN AMERICA AND JAPAN CONCERNING CHINA, IN 1917

THE TRUCE OF FOCSANI, BETWEEN ROUMANIA AND THE CENTRAL POWERS. SIGNED AT FOCSANI, 9 DECEMBER, 1917

Militarism by Karl Liebknecht. New York, B.W. Huebsch, MCMXVII; Copyright, 1917, by B.W. Huebsch First printing, October, 1917; Second printing, October, 1917

Messages Relating to the Bolshevik Revolution, 7-22 November 1917

BBC Online, "Russia in Revolution"

Soviet Recognition of the Independence of Finland, 18 December 1917

Meeting at the Smolny Institute, Dec. 31, 1917 on Finnish Independence, Lenin and Svinhulvud

A DOCTOR'S DIARY IN DAMARALAND BY DR. H. F. B. WALKER, LATE CAPTAIN R.A.M.C, ILLUSTRATED, LONDON, EDWARD ARNOLD, 1917

SHELL SHOCK AND ITS LESSONS, By Grafton Elliot Smith, MA. MD. FRCP. FRS., Dean of Faculty of Medicine and Professor of Anatomy, and Tom Hatherly Pear BSc., Lecturer in Experimental Psychology, Manchester University Medical School, Published Manchester University Press, England, First edition 1917

The Cross at the Front: Fragments from the Trenches BY THOMAS TIPLADY, Chaplain to the. Forces, Fleming H.. Revell Company, NEW YORK, 1917

MY FOUR YEARS IN GERMANY BY JAMES W. GERARD, LATE AMBASSADOR TO THE GERMAN IMPERIAL COURT, NEW YORK:
GEORGE H. DORAN COMPANY, 1917

1918

5 January, 1918, Prime Minister Lloyd George on the British War Aims

President Wilson's Fourteen Points, January 8, 1918

11 February, 1918: President Wilson's Address to Congress, Analyzing German and Austrian Peace Utterances

The Treaty of Brest-Litovsk, March 3, 1918

PRELIMINARY TREATY OF PEACE. SIGNED AT THE CASTLE OF BUFTEA, NEAR BUCHAREST, 7 P.M., 5 MARCH, 1918

"THE PEACE OF BUCHAREST"--THE TREATY OF PEACE BETWEEN ROUMANIA AND THE CENTRAL POWERS. SIGNED AT BUCHAREST, 7 MAY, 1918.

TRADE TREATY, INCLUDING THE PETROLEUM AGREEMENT, THE ECONOMIC AGREEMENT, AND THE NAVIGATION AGREEMENT ADDITIONAL TO THE TREATY OF PEACE BETWEEN ROUMANIA AND THE CENTRAL POWERS. SIGNED AT BUCHAREST, 7 MAY, 1918.

ECONOMIC TREATY, PROVIDED FOR IN ARTICLE XXIX OF THE TREATY OF PEACE BETWEEN ROUMANIA AND THE CENTRAL POWERS. SIGNED AT BUCHAREST, 7 MAY, 1918.

ECONOMIC TREATY, PROVIDED FOR IN ARTICLE XXIX OF THE TREATY OF PEACE BETWEEN ROUMANIA AND THE CENTRAL POWERS. SIGNED AT BUCHAREST, 7 MAY, 1918.

POLITICAL - LEGAL TREATY, PROVIDED FOR IN ARTICLE XXIX OF THE TREATY OF PEACE BETWEEN ROUMANIA AND THE CENTRAL POWERS. SIGNED AT BUCHAREST, 7 MAY, 1918.

The US Sedition Act, May 16, 1918

The Allied Appeal for American Assistance, May-June, 1918

The Americans Take Belleau Wood, June 9-10, 1918

Eugene V. Debs, The Canton, Ohio Anti-War Speech, 16 June 1918

Memorandum by Colonel House Interpreting the Fourteen Points, 1918

Secretary of State Robert Lansing on the Invasion of the Soviet Union

US Participation in the Archangel Expedition, July 17, 1918

Diary Notes of Oberst von Thaer, 1 October 1918

The Allies Accept the Fourteen Points, November 5, 1918

Anglo-French Joint Statement of Aims in Syria and Mesopotamia, November 8, 1918

Ultimatum by the Social Democrats, November, 1918

The Armistice Demands, November 10, 1918

Conditions of an Armistice With Germany, Signed on the 11th day of November 1918, at 5 o'clock A.M. (French time).

9-11, November, 1918, The New York Times Reports the End of the War

Abdication Proclamation of Wilhelm II, November 28, 1918

Report on "War Guilt," 1918

Ambassador Henry Morgenthau, Ambassador Morgenthau's Story GARDEN CITY NEW YORK: DOUBLEDAY, PAGE & COMPANY, 1918

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, DIVISION OF INTERCOURSE AND EDUCATION, Publication No. 15, THE IMPERIAL JAPANESE MISSION, 1917, A Record of the Reception Throughout the United States of the Special Mission Headed by Viscount Ishii TOGETHER WITH THE EXCHANGE OF NOTES EMBODYING The Root-Takahira Understanding of 1908 AND The Lansing-Ishii Agreement of 1917, Foreword by Elihu Root, WASHINGTON, D. C., 1918

G. Ward Price , OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENT WITH THE ALLIED FORCES IN THE BALKANS, The Story of the Salonica Army NEW YORK: EDWARD J. CLODE, 1918

FACE TO FACE WITH KAISERISM BY JAMES W. GERARD, LATE AMBASSADOR TO THE GERMAN IMPERIAL COURT, NEW YORK
GEORGE H. DORAN COMPANY, COPYRIGHT, 1918

AMERICAN WOMEN AND THE WORLD WAR BY IDA CLYDE CLARKE. D. APPLETON AND COMPANY, NEW YORK LONDON
1918

PUBLIC RELATIONS OF THE COMMISSION FOR RELIEF IN BELGIUM: DOCUMENTS By GEORGE I. GAY, Commission for Relief in Belgium with the collaboration of H. H. FISHER, Stanford University IN TWO VOLUMES (STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, STANFORD UNIVERSITY, CALIFORNIA, 1929)

1919

P.H. Kerr, Memorandum on the League of Nations, 29 January 1919

An extract from proceedings of the Commission on the League of Nations, 13 February 1919 (PRO)

21 March 1919, Haig's Last Despatch, British Armies in France

Lloyd George, extract from Fontainebleau memorandum, 25 March, 1919

ARMENIA AND THE WAR: AN ARMENIAN'S POINT OF VIEW WITH AN APPEAL TO BRITAIN AND THE COMING PEACE CONFERENCE BY A. P. HACOBIAN, WITH A PREFACE BY THE RT. HON. VISCOUNT BRYCE, O. M., NEW YORK: GEORGE H. DORAN COMPANY

The Treaty of Versailles, June 28 1919

The Treaty of Versailles

James T. Shotwell, At the Paris Peace Conference (New York: MacMillan Company, 1937)

Margaret MacMillan, "Ending the War to End All Wars," New York Times, December 25, 2010

15 September 1919, "Intelligensia" Lenin to Gorky

Covenant of the League of Nations

Chronology of the Fight over the League of Nations

Internet Public Library, Woodrow Wilson

Woodrow Wilson's "League of Nations" Speech , 1919

Reservations drawn up by Republican Senators to the Treaty of Peace with Germany, November 1919.

THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS Memordandum by Cecil Hurst, Legal Adviser to the British Foreign Office, on the American Reservations to the Peace Treaty, 18 November 1919. (DBFP Series 1, vol V, no. 399.)

THE WAR WITH GERMANY:A STATISTICAL SUMMARY, LEONARD P. AYRES, Colonel, General Staff, CHIEF OF THE STATISTICS BRANCH OF THE GENERAL STAFF, Second Edition with data revised to August 1, 1919, WASHINGTON: GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, 1919

GERMANY'S HIGH SEA FLEET IN THE WORLD WAR, by Admiral Scheer

China and the World War by W. Reginald Wheeler of the Faculty of Hangchow College, Hangchow, China, ILLUSTRATED, New York, THE MACMILLAN COMPANY, 1919


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