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  • ::<u>Title of the Site</u>. Editor. Date and/or Version Number. Name of Sponsoring Institutio ::<u>The World War I Document Archive</u>. Ed. Richard Hacken. 2010. Brigham Young U
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  • <small>Extracted from: <i>The Israel-Arab Reader,</i> edited, Walter Laqueur, New York, Bantam Books, 197 ...not a member of the League. An agreed text was confirmed by the Council of the League of Nations on July 24, 1922, and it came into operation in September
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  • ...Document Archive ]] > [[Diaries, Memorials, Personal Reminiscences]] > '''The Great War Diaries - 1916 (5th Seaforths)''' </p><hr> <center><font size =6><b>The Great War diaries of John Bruce Cairnie</b></font></center>
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  • ...ries, Memorials, Personal Reminiscences]] > '''Memoirs of Daniel Holmes of the Royal Engineers''' </p><hr> <blockquote>The following text is supplied by Phyllis Holmes, Matlock, Derbyshire, Great Br
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  • ...tionary|Alphabetical Index of WWI Biographies]] > [[M-Index]] > '''Moltke (the Elder)''' </p><hr> ...tionary|Alphabetical Index of WWI Biographies]] > [[M-Index]] > '''Moltke (the Elder)''' </p><hr>
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  • ...tionary|Alphabetical Index of WWI Biographies]] > [[M-Index]] > '''Moltke (the Younger)''' </p><hr> ...man Chief of Staff in the first year of the war, a nephew of the Moltke of the war of 1871.
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  • <CENTER><FONT SIZE="+2">THE GRAND SMASH</FONT></center> <br><br>IN THE latter part of July the Pages took a small house at
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  • ...Hammer und Amboß" (in German; excerpts) <p>Hammer and Anvil Speech before the Reichstag, December 11, 1899
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  • [[Main Page | World War I Document Archive]] > [[1914 Documents]] > '''The Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand''' ...incip immediately after the assassination, gave this firsthand account of the killing.
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  • ...t Archive ]] > [[1914 Documents]] > '''Autograph Letter of Franz Joseph to the Kaiser''' ...by the Austro-Hungarian Ambassador, Count de Sz&ouml;gy&eacute;ny-Marich. The annexe-memoire was drafted fully a month before Sarajevo.
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  • [[Main_Page | WWI Document Archive ]] > [[1914 Documents]] > '''The 'Blank Check'''' After Sarajevo, Count Leopold von Berchtold, the Austro-Hungarian Foreign Minister,
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  • [[Main_Page | WWI Document Archive ]] > [[1914 Documents]] > '''Manifesto of the Ninety-Three German Intellectuals''' As representatives of German Science and Art, we hereby protest to the
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  • ...WI Document Archive ]] > [[1914 Documents]] > '''Cruise and Destruction of the Emden''' <h3> Report of Lieutenant Hellmuth von Müecke of the <i>Emden</i></h3>
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  • [[Main_Page | WWI Document Archive ]] > [[Official Papers]] > '''The Austro-Hungarian Red Book''' <small>NB: Some diacritical marks appearing in the original of this cannot now be reproduced in electronic form and have been
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  • '''[[The Russian original of this declaration]]''' is also available. <center>By the Grace of God<br>
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  • '''[[The English translation of this declaration]]''' is also available.<hr> [[Image:Russian_original.gif|Tsar Nicholas' Declaration Against the Bulgarians,
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  • ...[Post - 1918 Documents]] > [[Peace Treaty of Versailles]] > '''Mandates in the Pacific, 1919''' </p><hr> [[Image:Peace Treaty of Versailles, Mandates in the Pacific, 1919.gif]]
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  • ...chive ]] > [[Post - 1918 Documents]] > [[Peace Treaty of Versailles]] > '''The Mideast After Sevres, 1920''' </p><hr> [[Image:Peace Treaty of Versailles, The Middle East After Sevres, 1919.gif]]
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  • ...cuments]] > [[Peace Treaty of Versailles]] > '''President Wilson's Tour of the US, Sept. 1919''' </p><hr> [[Image:Peace Treaty of Versailles, President Wilson's Tour of the US, Sept. 1919.gif]]
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  • ...t"> [[Main_Page | WWI Document Archive ]] > [[Post - 1918 Documents]] > '''The 'Black Hundreds' Anti-Clerical Campaign / Lenin to Molotov''' </p><hr> Top Secret For members of the Politburo<br><br>
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  • '''[[Articles 1 - 30 and Annex]]'''&nbsp;&nbsp; The Covenant of the League of Nations '''[[Mandates in the Pacific, 1919]]'''
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  • <pre>DISPATCHES ANNOTATIONS BY THE KAISER Dispatch from the Ger-
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  • Go to '''[[The Commission Report]]'''<br> Go to '''[[Appendix of the Commission Report]]'''
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  • <b>Prepared By The Commission For Use of Americans Only</b><br><br> Return to '''[[The Commission Report]]'''<br>
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  • <h2><b>The King-Crane Commission Report, August 28, 1919</b><br><br></h2><br> ...sion of mandates in Turkey. An official United States government report by the Inter-allied Commission on Mandates in Turkey. American Section</b>
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  • <title>Report of the Agent General for Reparations Payments, June 10, 1927. Contents.</title> THE</font></font></font>
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  • ...range of the Great War era -- military, diplomatic, social, economics, and the arts. ...w_one/arch.html May 1998 - April 2001] &nbsp; (historical copy - note that the information at this site is outdated)
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  • ...> [[Books, Special Topics and Commentaries]] > '''The Role of Railways in the War''' </p><hr> ==THE ROLE OF RAILWAYS IN THE WAR==
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  • ...ive ]] > [[Diaries, Memorials, Personal Reminiscences]] > '''In Memoriam - The Last Anzacs''' </p><hr> <center><h2><b>The Last ANZACS</b></h2></center>
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  • ...ies, Memorials, Personal Reminiscences]] > '''Diary During My Service with the Australian Imperial Forces - 1914-15-16-17''' </p><hr> <h2>The Diary of Kenneth Sydney Day, Australian Imperial Forces: 8 August 1914 - 9
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  • ...]] > [[Diaries, Memorials, Personal Reminiscences]] > '''German Verse from the Trenches''' </p><hr> Under the oak trees on the road to Potsdam<BR>
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  • ...Document Archive ]] > [[Diaries, Memorials, Personal Reminiscences]] > '''The War Diary of David Lindsay''' </p><hr> 1889 at Adelaide, South Australia. &nbsp;From 1907 he worked in the
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  • ...s]] > '''Testimony before the 102nd US Congress, November 1991, concerning the AEF experience in Russia''' </p><hr> ...1, concerning the AEF experience in Russia at the end of the Great War and the possible abandonment of American POWs. <br>
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  • ...Document Archive ]] > [[Diaries, Memorials, Personal Reminiscences]] > '''The Smith College/Sophia Smith Archivesof World War I''' </p><hr> ...n, Massachusetts may be reached at (413) 585-2971, or FAX 413-585-2886. The Sophia Smith Collection of Smith College, can be reached at (413) 585-297
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  • ...hive ]] > [[Diaries, Memorials, Personal Reminiscences]] > '''In Memoriam, The Great War''' </p><hr> ...hive ]] > [[Diaries, Memorials, Personal Reminiscences]] > '''In Memoriam, The Great War''' </p><hr>
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  • ...[[Diaries, Memorials, Personal Reminiscences]] > '''English translation of the original diary notes''' </p><hr> These diary notes are also available in the [http://user.cs.tu-berlin.de/~ohherde/thaer.htm German] original.<hr>
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  • ...">Letters home from Henry James Wright, an Australian soldier serving with the AIF</FONT></center></B> ...E="Font-Size : 14pt"><FONT FACE="Times New Roman">When war was declared on the 4th August 1914, patriotic
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  • ...Document Archive ]] > [[Diaries, Memorials, Personal Reminiscences]] > '''The Great War Diaries - 1915 (5th Seaforths)''' </p><hr> <center><font size =6><b>The Great War diaries of
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  • ...Document Archive ]] > [[Diaries, Memorials, Personal Reminiscences]] > '''The Great War Diaries - 1917 (King's African Rifles)''' </p><hr> ...e, was posted to the King’s African Rifles. There was no diary found for the time between those postings, and what follows is where he takes it up again
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  • ...Document Archive ]] > [[Diaries, Memorials, Personal Reminiscences]] > '''The Great War Diaries - 1918/1919 (King's African Rifles)''' </p><hr> ...ing too, & fine to get wallowing in water again. We left Kilindini just as the sun was going down. There was a stiff breeze blowing & a fair swell running
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  • The Black Hand</h2> <h4>The Secret Serbian Terrorist Society</h4><br><br>
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  • ...Personal Reminiscences]] > [[A German Deserter's War Experience]] > ''' V THE HORRORS OF STREET FIGHTING''' </p><hr> <FONT SIZE="+2">THE HORRORS OF STREET FIGHTING</FONT><BR><BR></CENTER>
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  • ...Reminiscences]] > [[A German Deserter's War Experience]] > ''' VI CROSSING THE MEUSE''' </p><hr> <FONT SIZE="+2">CROSSING THE MEUSE</FONT><BR><BR></CENTER>
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  • ...> [[A German Deserter's War Experience]] > '''VIII NEARLY BURIED ALIVE ON THE BATTLEFIELD''' </p><hr> <FONT SIZE="+2">NEARLY BURIED ALIVE ON THE BATTLEFIELD</FONT><BR><BR></CENTER>
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  • ...rter's War Experience]] > '''XI MARCHING TO THE BATTLE OF THE MARNE---INTO THE TRAP''' </p><hr> <FONT SIZE="+2">MARCHING TO THE BATTLE OF THE MARNE<BR> ---INTO THE TRAP</FONT><BR><BR></CENTER>
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  • ...nces]] > [[A German Deserter's War Experience]] > '''XII AT THE MARNE---IN THE MAW OF DEATH''' </p><hr> <FONT SIZE="+2">AT THE MARNE<BR>---IN THE MAW OF DEATH</FONT><BR><BR></CENTER>
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  • ...niscences]] > [[A German Deserter's War Experience]] > '''XIII THE ROUT OF THE MARNE''' </p><hr> <FONT SIZE="+2">THE ROUT OF THE MARNE</FONT><br><br></center>
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  • ...cences]] > [[A German Deserter's War Experience]] > '''XIV THE FLIGHT FROM THE MARNE''' </p><hr> <FONT SIZE="+2">THE FLIGHT FROM THE MARNE</FONT><br><br></center>
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  • ...niscences]] > [[A German Deserter's War Experience]] > '''XV AT THE END OF THE FLIGHT''' </p><hr> <FONT SIZE="+2">AT THE END OF THE FLIGHT</FONT><br><br></center>
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  • ...Personal Reminiscences]] > [[A German Deserter's War Experience]] > '''XVI THE BEGINNING OF TRENCH WARFARE''' </p><hr> <FONT SIZE="+2">THE BEGINNING OF TRENCH WARFARE</FONT><br><br></center>
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  • ...he archive intends to present in one location primary documents concerning the Great War. :from '''[http://www.vlib.us/amdocs/ AmDocs: Documents for the Study of American History]''',
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  • *[[Best of the French Aces in the Great War]] ...ch/library/archives/lon/library/Docs/kerrmemo.html P.H. Kerr's Advocacy of the League of Nations]
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  • *[[The Zimmerman Note|The Zimmerman Note - English translation]] *[[Zimmerman Note - Decoded German Text|The Zimmerman Note - Decoded German Text]]
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  • *'''''British Official Documents on the Origins of the War''''' ::Vol. I, <i>The End of British Isolation</i>: 1897 - 1903, [http://link.library.utoronto.ca
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  • *[[Treaties and Documents Relative to the Neutrality of the Netherlands and Belgium]] :Taken from an appendix to Alexander Fuehr's <i>The Neutrality of Belgium</i> (1915)
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  • ::<u>Title of the Site</u>. Editor. Date and/or Version Number. Name of Sponsoring Institutio ::<u>The World War I Document Archive</u>. Ed. Richard Hacken. 2010. Brigham Young U
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  • ...rg/harbord/conditions-near-east.htm Conditions in the Near East: Report of the American Military Mission to Armenia]''' ...du/~rdh7/wwi/1915/bryce/ Viscount Bryce, The Treatment of the Armenians in the Ottoman Empire]
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  • ...du/~rdh7/wwi/1915/bryce/ Viscount Bryce, The Treatment of the Armenians in the Ottoman Empire] *[[The House-Grey Memorandum]]
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  • ::NOTE: See also the International Red Cross links to [http://www.icrc.org/ihl.nsf/INTRO?OpenVie ...nvention for the Amelioration of the Condition of the Wounded in Armies in the Field"
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  • <small>Extracted from: <i>The Israel-Arab Reader,</i> edited, Walter Laqueur, New York, Bantam Books, 197 ...not a member of the League. An agreed text was confirmed by the Council of the League of Nations on July 24, 1922, and it came into operation in September
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  • ::Through the Battlefields of the Western Front. [http://www.lib.byu.edu/estu/wwi/memoir/AFShist/AFSTC.htm History of the <b>American Field Service</b> in France, 1914-1917, Told by its Members.]
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  • ...Document Archive ]] > [[Diaries, Memorials, Personal Reminiscences]] > '''The Great War Diaries - 1916 (5th Seaforths)''' </p><hr> <center><font size =6><b>The Great War diaries of John Bruce Cairnie</b></font></center>
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  • ...shire Regt until 7th May 1919, originally in the 7th Bn.<br>The source for the text is George Wigglesworth, Matlock, Derbyshire, Great Britain. ...imself chose to do so except to say that day was the start of the Somme or the anniversary of Paschendale.</blockquote>
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  • on special topics of the Great War, but entire digitized books as well.</P> ...his website <i>do not</i> vouch or take responsibility for the accuracy of the argumentation presented.
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  • ...lio are brief biographical sketches and photographs of prominent people of the Great War era. The entries are arranged alphabetically by surname.<br>Prefixes, such as von, d
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  • ...Note''''': In addition to other text and image sites listed below,<br>see the WWI Resource Center's '''[http://www.vlib.us/wwi/resources/archives/txtarch ::See especially the [http://www.erster-weltkrieg.clio-online.de/portal/alias__Rainbow/lang__de/
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  • ...describes in detail the events which took place in the early battles when the armies were still mobile.
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  • ...ries, Memorials, Personal Reminiscences]] > '''Memoirs of Daniel Holmes of the Royal Engineers''' </p><hr> <blockquote>The following text is supplied by Phyllis Holmes, Matlock, Derbyshire, Great Br
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  • ...alem, where the Turks were routed at Junction Station (13-15 November) and the water supplies captured, and entered Jerusalem on 10 December 1917. ...his offensive. Further, the complete domination of Palestine and Syria was the major factor in causing Turkey to capitulate on 30 October 1918. High Commi
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  • ...ular bestsellers which chronicled the achievements of Canadian soldiers in the field. ...intrigue" which brought down the Asquith government and gave Lloyd George the Prime Ministership. As a reward for his machinations, Aitken accepted a pe
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  • ...ed by the Crown Prince) to the south. Opposing Albrecht's Army's drive was the French 3rd Army (commanded by Ruffey).
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  • ...Alekseev raised a 'volunteer' army in southern Russia, and became head of the White government after Kornilov's death in March, 1918.
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  • ...ventually however, the saluting guns were fired to welcome a new Prince of the blood. ...of the Russian Empire. His mother, Princess of Baden (1839-1891) acquired the title of Grand Duchess Olga Fedorovna upon her marriage.
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  • ...te Spain's two neighboring nations -- France and Portugal -- having joined the Allies.
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  • ...Asquith. London: Hutchinson, 1932.<BR><BR>Wilson, Trevor. The Downfall of the Liberal Party, 1914-1935. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1966.
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  • ...ng about Western reforms and earning him the name "Ataturk," or "father of the Turks."
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