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History Research Guide - World War I: Home

A guide on the different topics, available books, journals, and other ways you can research World War I.

French Soldier and Dog wearing Gas Masks

Equipt for the Trenches
Equipt for the Trenches, photographer unknown, between 1914 and 1918. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.

E-Books

Maybe you've used our DMZ, Axis 360, and Freading resources to look for Fiction but have you ever used them for Non-Fiction? Here is a list of E-books available for download that cover World War I. You may notice that some of these books are also in the library's print collection so if the book you want is checked out, you can always look for it online. The books are separated by the program used to download them. If you've never used our digital downloads before you can find instructions here.

Digital Media Zone(DMZ): dmz.hmcpl.org

  

Freading: http://hmcpl.freading.com/index

  

 

How to Use this LibGuide

All of the books in this LibGuide are listed by subject in order to make viewing them easier.

Archives and Heritage Room books, on the third floor, are separate from the Non-Fiction books on the second floor. Included in this LibGuide are also Juvenile books. Each area's code is like this:

Z - Archives - 3rd Floor
H - Heritage Room - 3rd Floor
R - Reference - 2nd Floor
B - Biography - Non-Fiction 2nd Floor
Numbers (973.78 WOO) - Non-Fiction 2nd Floor
J - Juvenile/Young Adult - 1st Floor

I hope this LibGuide assists you with whatever you need to research on the World War I!

New Books

A list of books about World War I which have recently been added to the library. You can find these books in the New Nonfiction section on the 2nd floor to the left of the Adult Services desk.

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