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American Voices of World War I: Primary Source Documents, 1917-1920, ed. by Martin Marix Evans. Fitzroy Dearborn, 2001 (CH, Jan’02, 39-2973).
American Women in Picardy: Rebuilding Devastated France, 1917-1924 ( = Des Américaines en Picardie: Au Service de la France Dévastée, 1917-1924). Réunion des Musees Nationaux, 2002.
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Baldridge, C. LeRoy. “I Was There” with the Yanks: Sketches Made on the Western Front, 1917-1919. LaFayette Co., 1919.
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Blaetz, Robin. Visions of the Maid: Joan of Arc in American Film and Culture. University Press of Virginia, 2001 (CH, Jul’02, 39-6191).
Boyce, Neith. The Modern World of Neith Boyce: Autobiography and Diaries, ed. by Carol DeBoer-Langworthy. New Mexico, 2003.
British Popular Culture and the First World War, ed. by Jessica Meyer. Brill, 2008.
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Campbell, Nina, and Meredith Etherington-Smith. Elsie de Wolfe: A Decorative Life. Panache Press, 1988.
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Cashman, Sean Dennis. America in the Age of the Titans: The Progressive Era and World War I. New York University, 1988 (CH, Jan’89, 26-2853).
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Empey, Arthur Guy. “Over the Top”: Together with Tommy’s Dictionary of the Trenches. G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1917.
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Evans, James W., and Gardner L. Harding. Entertaining the American Army: The American Stage and Lyceum in the World War. Association Press, 1921.
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____. The Great War and America: Civil-Military Relations during World War I. Praeger Security International, 2008 (CH, Feb’09, 46-3438).
Fuller, J. G. Troop Morale and Popular Culture in the British and Dominion Armies, 1914-1918. Oxford, 1990.
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Fussell, Paul. The Great War and Modern Memory. Oxford, 1975.
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Wentworth, Marion Craig. War Brides: A Play in One Act. Century Co., 1915.
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____. The Letters of Alexander Woollcott, ed. by Beatrice Kaufman and Joseph Hennessey. Viking, 1944; reissued, Greenwood, 1972.
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