America and World War I, the first volume in the new Routledge Research Guides to American Military Studies series, provides a concise, annotated guide to the vast amount of resources available on the Great War. With over 2,000 entries selected from a wide variety of publications, manuscript collections, databases, and online resources, this volume will be an invaluable research tool for students, scholars, and military history buffs alike. The wide range of topics covered include war films and literature, to civil-military relations, to women and war.
Routledge Research Guides to American Military Studies will include concise, easy-to-use bibliographic volumes on different American military campaigns throughout history, as well as tackling timely subjects such as women in the military and terrorism.
Table of Contents
Contents I. Reference works II. Manuscript depositories and libraries (including oral history) III. Origins and outbreak of war IV. Military aspects of the war V. Home front VI. Social and cultural aspects of the war VII. Diplomacy of the war VIII. The peace Abbreviations Author Index Subject Index
David R. Woodward is a professor of Modern European and Russian history at Marshall University. He has published extensively on World War I, and also served as a historical consultant to the BBC program "Lloyd Georges' War" in 1998.
'The comments are often insightful...The author is very strong on his referencing of the literary commentors...[and] has a good coverage of many of the obscurer or less-thought-out areas of research' - Scottish Association of Teachers of History, History Teaching Review