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World War I Pamphlets

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What is the matter with England? Criticism and a reply by Sir Gilbert Parker

Published
1915
Author
Parker, Gilbert, 1862-1932.

Why Belgium was devastated, as recorded in proclamations of the German commanders in Belgium.

Published
1914

Why Belgium was devastated, as recorded in proclamations of the German commanders in Belgium

Published
1914

Why Britain is at war, the causes and the issues, set out, in brief form from the diplomatic correspondence and speeches of ministers, by Sir Edward Cook.

Published
1914
Author
Cook, Edward Tyas, Sir, 1857-1919.

Why Britain is at war, the causes and the issues, set out, in brief form from the diplomatic correspondence and speeches of ministers by Sir Edward Cook

Published
1914
Author
Cook, Edward Tyas, Sir, 1857-1919.

Why Britain is at war, the causes and the issues, set out, in brief form from the diplomatic correspondence and speeches of ministers by Sir Edward Cook

Published
1914
Author
Cook, Edward Tyas, Sir, 1857-1919.

Why Italy is with the allies By Anthony Hope [pseud.]

Published
1917
Author
Hope, Anthony, 1863-1933.

Why we went to war. I. Submarine warfare. II. Prussian militarism David F. Houston, secretary of agriculture

Published
1918
Author
Houston, David Franklin, 1866-1940.

The workers' resolve. An interview with W. A. Appleton. (By Joseph W. Grigg, of the "New York world.")

Published
1917
Author
Appleton, W. A. b. 1859.

The World court v. 4 (1918)

Published
1918
Author
World's Court League, Inc. International Peace Forum.