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Box 1

"The Achievements of the Zeppelins." By a Swede. T. Fisher Unwin, London, Reprinted from the Stockholms Dagblad. 16pp.

Box 1

Addison, Christopher. "British Workshops and the War" T. Fisher Unwin, London. 1917. 52 pp.

Box 1

Addison, Chrisopher. "The Manufacture of Munitions. An Interview...to the Associated Press of the United States." Truscott, London. 1916. 8p.

Box 10

"Aesop's Fables up-to-date. Six prints reproduced from the original paintings by the Spanish artist Francisco Sancha."

Box 1

"After Three Years...A Restatement of British War Aims." Reprinted from The Round Table for September, 1917. Macmillan, London, 28pp.

Box 1

Airman's Outing, An. "Contace"(pseudonym). William Blackwoods, London. 1917. 323 pp. With Introduction by Major-General W.S. Brancker.

Box 1

Akiyama, Rear Admiral. "A Japanese view of the War." (From the Ji-Ji). T. Fisher Unwin, London. 1917. 16 pp.

Box 1

Appleton, W.A. "The War: A resume and a conclusion." Reprinted from Justice. 2nd Dec. 1915. 6 pp.

Box 1

All's Well. "Jas." London. 12pp.

Box 1

Alviella, Count Goblet d'. "The True and the False Pacificism." T. Fisher Unwin, London. 1917. 85 pp.

Box 1

"Appeal of the Belgian Workers to the Worksmen of All Nations." W. Speaight, London, 1916. 13 pp.

Box 1

Anderson, R. Wherry. "The Romance of Air-Fighting." Cassell, London. 1917. 24 pp.

Box 1

Appleton, W. A. "The Workers' Resolve." Interview with W.A. Appleton by Joseph W. Grigg. T, Fisher Unwin, London, 1917, 8 pp.

Box 1

Archer, William. "The Pirate's Progress." Chatto & Windus, London. 1918. 96 pp.

Box 1

Arsac, d', editor of "Le Soir", Brussels. "War and Peace, The German Snare." 16 pp. Hitwell, Lonndon.

Box 1

Asquith, H. H. "What Britain is Fighting For: A Reply to the German Chancellor." Speech....10 April, 1916. Daily Chronicle, London, 11 pp.

Box 1

"An Atlas of the World War." D'ngerfield Printing Co., London. 14 pp.

Box 1

"Austrian Terrorism in Bohemia." Czech National Alliance in Great Britain, 38 pp.

Box 1

Austro-Magyar Judicial Crimes. "Persecution of the Jugoslavs." Political trials, 1908-1916. The Jugoslav Committee in North America. Chicago, Ill. Printed by Hayman, Cristy & Lilly, London, 96 pp.

Box 13

Bailey, W. F. "The Slavs of the War Zone". Chapman & Hall, London. 1917. 266 pp.

Box 13

Bainville, Jacques. "Italy and the War". Traslated by Bernard Maile. Hodder & Stoughton, London. 1916. 267 pp.

Box 1

Balfour, A. J. "After a Year." Speech...4th August, 1915. Darling, London. 1915. 20 pp.

Box 1

Barker, E. "Great Britain's Reasons for Going to War." Darling, London. 1915. 10 pp.

Box 1

Barker, Ernest. "Linguistic Oppression in the German Empire." Longmans, Green, London. 1918. 48 pp.

Box 1

Barker, E. "The Relations of England and Holland." Thomas Nelson, London. 27 pp.

Box 13

Barry, William. "The World's Debate. A Historical Defence of the Allies". Hodder & Stoughton, London. 1917. 332 pp.

Box 1

Bassompierre, Albert de. "The Night of August 2-3, 1914, at the Belgian Foreign Office." Hodder & Stoughton, London. 1916. 43 pp.

Box 1

"The Battle Fronts of Europe." Stamford, London. 1 pp. map.

Box 13

Beaverbrook, Lord. "Canada in Flanders, Volume II of the Official Story of the Canadian Expeditionary Force". Hodder & Stoughton, London. 1917. 258 pp.

Box 2

Beck, James M. "The Case of Edith Cavell." A Study of the Rights of Non-combatants. G. P. Putmam's Sons, London. 70 pp.

Box 2

"The Belgian Campaigns in the Cameroons and German East Africa." Causton, London. 1917. 24 pp.

Box 2

Belgian Curiosities of War. No. 10 (Feb-1917). "The Free Press in occupied Belgium." Another Clandestine Newspaper in Flemish. 1 pp.

Box 2

The Belgian Deportations. "Facsimiles of Clandestine Leaflets in French and Flemish by Means of Which the Belgian Population Encouraged Itself to Passive Resistance in Occupied Belgium." 2 pp. Belgian Curiosities of War. No. 6.

Box 2

The Belgian Labour Party. (Farti Ouvrier Belge.) "Memorandum on the Peace Terms." Whitwell, London. 1917. 35 pp.

Box 2

Belgium. "Memorandum of the Belgian Government on the deportation and forced labour of the Belgian civil population ordered by the German Government." Barber, London. 29 pp. Le Havre, Feb.1, 1917. (see under "Memorandum")

Box 2

Bell, Edward Price. "The American Officers' Club in London." 11 pp.

Box 2

Bell, Edward Price. "The Germans and the Small Nations. An Interview with Lord French." J. J. Keliher, London. 1917. 7 pp.

Box 2

Benson, A. C. "The Happy Warrior. A Sight of General Smuts at Cambridge, May 1917." Reprinted from the Church Family Newspaper. University Press, Cambridge. 1917. 11 pp.

Box 2

Bernhardi. "A Comparative Study of the Effect of Drastic Medicine on the Expressed Opinions of General von Bernhardi." Thomas Nelson, London. 15 pp.

Box 13

Bevan, Edwyn. "German Social Documentary During the War." George Allen & Unwin, London. 1918. 280 pp.

Box 2

Bhownaggree, Mancherjee M. (Sir). "The Verdict of India." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1916, 51 pp.

Box 2

Bigelow, Poultney. "An American's Opinion of British Colonial Policy." Reprinted from the New York Times. Darling, London. 1915. 8 pp.

Box 2

Blood and Brass. "Being Glimpses of German Psychology." T. Fisher Unwin, London. 1917. 20 pp.

Box 2

Blood and Treasure. "Facts and Figures of Britain's effort 1914-1917." Hayman, Christy & Lilly, London. 1918. 12 pp.

Box 2

Bone, Muirhead. "The Western Front" (Drawing by...).June 1917, Part I, vol. 2. Parts VII-X. June-October, 1917. # 555 (June), 650 (July); 652 (Aug); 665 (Sept), 710 (Oct).

Box 2

Borden, Robert (Sir). Smuts, J.C. "The Empire and the War. The Voice of the Dominions." E. P. A. Series. Empire Parliamentary Association, London. 1917. 23 pp.

Box 13

Borden, Robert (Sir). "The War and the Future". Hodder & Stoughton, London. 1917. 164 pp.

Box 2

Bourne, Cardinal. "Union Sacree. Great Britain in War Time." Burns & Oates, London, 6 pp.

Box 13

Bowser, Thekla. "The story of the British V. A.D. work in the Great war". Andrew Melrose, London. 300 pp. 2nd ed.

Box 3

Breton, Willy. "The Belgian Front and Its Notable Features." Chatto & Windus, London. 1918. 36 pp.

Box 2

"Britain's Great Hidden Army." R. Clay, London, n.d., 8 pp.

Box 2

"Britain's Mighty Efforts. Some Wonderful Scenes in One of England's Great Shell Factories."

Box 2

"A British Cardinal's Visit to the Western Front." and "The Universe", London. 1918. 16 pp.

Box 2

"British Civilian Prisoners in German East Africa. A Report by the Government Committee on the Treatment by the Enemy of British Prisoners of War." Alabaster, Passmore, London. 1918. 31 pp.

Box 2

"The British Empire at War. A Pictorial Souvenir of the War by Land, Sea and Air." Associated Newspapers, London, 16 pp.

Box 2

"British Finance and Prussian Militarism." Two Interviews. Hodder & Stoughton, London. 1917. 22 pp.

Box 2

"The British Labour Movement and the War." Harrison, London. 1915. 12pp.

Box 2

"British Medicine in the War." 1914-1917. British Medical Association, London. 1917. 138 pp.

Box 2

"The British Navy at War." Poster (Pictorial)

Box 2

"British Prisoners of War in Germany. A Statement by Mr. Tennant in the House of Commons." May 24, 1916. 1 pp.

Box 2

"British Universities and the War. A Record and Its Meaning." Field & Queen, London, 1917, 88 pp.

Box 2

"British Victory Calendar." 12 pp.

Box 2

"British War Aims." The Beacon, No. 1. leaflet. R. Clay, London.

Box 2

"The British War Pictorial London (Serial)." New Series, Vol.1, Nos. 1-3. 1917.

Box 2

Brunet, Emile. German calumnies. "The Anglo-Belgian Conventions." Hicks, Wilkinson & Sears. London, 23 pp.

Box 13

Buchan, John. "The Battle of the Somme, First Phase." Thomas Nelson, London, 109 pp.

Box 2

Bukowinski, M. "The Destruction of Kalisz." Reprinted from the Milwaukee Kuryer Polski. Darling, London. 1915. 12 pp.

Box 2

Bury, J. B. "Germany and Slavonic Civilization." Eyre & Spottiswoode, London. 1914. 16 pp.

Box 2

Butler, Geoffrey G. "International Law and Autocracy." A public lecture delivered before the University of Pennsylvania. Hodder & Stoughton, London. 1917. 16 pp.

Box 13

Cable, Boyd. "Doing Their Bit." Hodder & Stoughton, London. 1916. 134 pp.

Box 3

Caine, William. "Monsieur Segotin's Story." Chatto & Windus, London. 1917. 46 pp.

Box 3

Cairns, D. S. "Christianity and Macht-politik." War Time papers, Evangelical Information Committee, London. 20 pp.

Box 14

"Calendar of Culture for 1918."

Box 3

Campbell, Edwin. "Zeppelins. The Past and Future." The Campfield Press, St. Albans. 1918. 43 pp.

Box 3

Campbell, R. J. "A Letter to an American Friend." Hodder & Stoughton, London. 1918. 18 pp.

Box 3

"Carry On. British Women's Work in War Time." Harrison, Jehring, London. 24 pp. Pictorial.

Box 17

Carter, Henry. "The Control of the Drink Trade." Longmans Green, London. 1918. 323 pp.

Box 3

"The Case of the Allies. Being the Replies to President Wilson, and Mr. Balfour's Dispatch." Hayman, Christy & Lilly, London. 1917, 16 pp.

Box 3

"The Case of Naturalised British Subjects." Report of proceedings at the meeting of Naturalised British Subjects of German, Austrian, or Hungarian Birth held at Memorial Hall, Farringdon Street, London. E.C. on Thursday, 27th May, 1915. F. Eckstein, Esq. in the Chair. 22 pp.

Box 4

"Catholics of the British Empire and the War." Burns & Oates, London. 72 pp.

Box 13

Chapman, S.J. "Labour and Capital After the War". John Murray, London, 1918. 280 pp.

Box 3

Chesterton, G. K. "How to Help Annexation." Hayman, Christy & Lilly, London. 1918. 16 pp.

Box 3

Chesterton, G. K. "Lord Kitchener." London. 1917. 32 pp.

Box 3

Churchill, Winston; Earl Kitchener, and David Lloyd-George. "The War. Prospect and Retrospect. Report of Speeches... Nov 27th and 26th, 1914." 23 pp.

Box 3

"The Clandestine Publications in Occupied Belgium. Fresh Documents of Belgian Resistance in the Oppresed Country." Belgian Curiosities of War, No. 20, December, 1917. (See also "Belgian Curiosities of War.")

Box 3

"Civilians of Brussels Victims to German Artillery Fire." Speaight, London, 1 pp.

Box 3

Clifford, Dr. "Even my Pacifist Correspondents Hold That There Is Nothing Now Left For Us But To Go Forward With The War." (Portrait)

Box 3

Clifforf, John. "Our Fight for Belgium and What it Means." Hodder & Stoughton, London. 1918. 15 pp.

Box 3

Cohen, Isreal. "Anti-Semitism in Germany." Jewish Chronicle, London. 1918. 20 pp.

Box 3

Cohen, Isreal. "The German Attack on the Hebrew Schools in Palestine." Jewish Chronicle, London. 1918. 19 pp.

Box 3

Cohen, Isreal. "The Turkish Persecution of the Jews." Alabaster, Passmore, London. 1918. 20 pp.

Box 3

Cohn, August. "Some Aspects of the War as Viewed by Naturalized British Subjects." Council of Loyal British Subjects of German, Austrian, or Hungarian Birth, London. 1916. 24 pp.

Box 3

"The Collapse of German Credit." 2 pp.

Box 3

"The Commercial Future of Baghdad." Complete Press, London. 1917. 8 pp.

Box 3

"The Condition of the Belgian Workmen Now Refugees in England." T. Fisher Unwin, London. 1917. 16 pp.

Box 3

"The Conduct of the War by Sea." A Speech...Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill, 15th Feb., 1915. Darling, London. 1915. 24 pp.

Box 3

Cook, Edward T. (Sir). "The Press Censorship. (Interview) Burrup." Mathieson & Sprague. London. 1916. 12 pp.

Box 14

Copping, Arthur E. "Tommy's Triangle." Y.M.C.A. Hodder & Stoughton, London. 1917. 189 pp.

Box 3

Corbett, Julian (Sir). "The League of Nations and Freedom of the seas." Oxford University Press. 1918. 15 pp.

Box 3

"A 'Corpse-Conversion' Factory. A peep behind the German Lines." Darling, London. 4 pp.

Box 3

"Correspondence with the United States Ambassador Respecting the Execution of Miss Cavell at Brussels." Darling, London. 1915. 24 pp.

Box 3

Coudert, Frederic R. "British Trade Restraints and Peace Prospects." Reprint from the Public Ledger, Philadelpha, May 27th, 1916. Burrup, Mathieson, & Sprague. London. 10 pp.

Box 3

Cox, Harold. "The Economic Strength of Great Britain." Macmillan, London. 1914. 8 pp.

Box 3

"The Crimes of Germany." Field & Queen, London. 104 pp.

Box 3

Cromer, Earl of. "Pan Germanism." Reprinted by permission, from the Spectator of September 25th, 1915. Darling, London. 1916. 16 pp.

Box 3

Curtis, Lionel. "Letters to the People of India on Responsible Government." Macmillan & Co., London, 1918. 211 p.

Box 4

Davignon, Henri. "German Posters in Belgium. Their Value as Evidence." New texts and documents with a forword to the reader. Thomas Nelson, London. 1918. 105 pp.

Box 4

Dawson, A. J. "Some Battle Stories." Hodder & Stoughton, London. 1916. 239 p.

Box 4

"The Death of Edith Cavell." Daily News & Leader, London, Manchester. 64 pp.

Box 4

"The Deportaion of Women and Girls from Lille." A translated text from the note addressed by the French Government to the Governments of neutral powers on the conduct of the German authorities towards the population of the French Departments in the occupation of the enemy, with extracts from other documents.... Hodder & Stoughton, London. 1916. 81 pp.

Box 4

"Die Revolution in Russland"

Box 4

"Disclosures of a German Staff Officer." The letter of Paul Ehrhardt, merchant, soldier, and spy. With Facsimiles of his handwriting. Revised and brought up to date from the original article in "The Field" of Feburary 9 th, 1918. Field and Queen, London, 1918, 26 pp.

Box 14

Dixon, W. Macneile, "The Fleets Behind the Fleet. The Work of the Merchant Seamen in the War." Hodder & Stoughton, London. 132 p.

Box 4

Dodd, Francis. "Generals of the British Army. Portraits in Colours." Parts I & II. Country Life, London. 1917. Part I- XII Plates. Part II- XII Plates.

Box 4

Dodds, Elliott. "For All Prisoners and Captives. The Work of the Prisoners of War Information Bureau." Wightman, London. 12 pp.

Box 4

"Does the British Navy Take Prisoners?" Darling, London. 3 pp.

Box 4

Douglas, James. "Treasury Romances." W. Speagght, London. 1916. 15 pp.

Box 14

Doyle, Arthur Conan. "The German War. Some Side-lights and Reflections." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1914, 152 p.

Box 4

Drysdale, A. M. "Canada to Ireland. The Visit of the 'Duchess of Connaught's Own.'" T. Fisher Unwin, London. 1917. 20 pp.

Box 4

Ehrhardt, Paul. "Disclosures of a German Staff Officer. The Letter of Paul Ehrhardt, Merchant, Soldier and Spy, with Facsimiles of his Handwriting." Revised and brought up to date from the original articles in The Field of Feburary 9, 1918. Field & Queen, London, 1918, 26 pp. (See under title)

Box 4

"The Empire and the War. Summary of Emergency Legislation Passed by the Parliaments of the Empire in Consequence of the War." Edited by Howard d' Egville, Empire Parliamentary Association. London, 101 pp. E.P.A. Series.

Box 4

"The Empire and the War. A Voice from India." Address by Mahrajah of Bikaner. London. 1917. 24 p.

Box 14

"The Fight-for-Right Pocket-Book for 1918." Darling, London, London, 1918. 84 pp.

Box 14

"The Fleet Annual and Naval Year Book, The Third Great War number of Twelfth Year, 1917." Published for "The Fleet" by Chapman & Hall, London, 1917. xlcv, 160, 48, 35 pp.

Box 4

Fisher, H.A.L. "The Value of Small States." Oxford Pamphlets, 1914, No. 17. Fifth Impression. Oxford University Press, Oxford. 25 pp.

Box 4

Fisher, H.A.L. "The British Share in the War"

Box 14

"For the Right." Essays and addresses by members of the 'Fight for Right Movement.' T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1916, 256 pp. Hardbound and paperback copies.

Box 4

Forsyth, P.T. "The Roots of a World Commonwealth." Hodder & Stoughton, London. 1918. 20 pp.

Box 4

"The Fourth of July in London." Darling, London. 11 pp. 1917

Box 14

Fox, Frank. "The Battle of the Ridges. Arras, Messines, March-June, 1917." C. Arthur Pearson, London. 1918. 111 pp.

Box 4

French, John (Lord). "The Germans and the Small Nations. An Interview with Lord French." Keliher, London, 1917, 7 pp. By Edward Price Bell. (See under "Bell, Edward Price")

Box 4

"From Desk to Trench. The Making of a British Soldier." Potter, Stamford, England, 24 pp. Pictorial.

Box 4

"From Factory to Field. The Life Story of a British Shell." Robert & Leete, L

Box 4

Frost, Wesley. "Devils of the Deep." Reprinted from The Times Field and Queen, London, 8 pp.

Box 4

Ganga Singh (Maharajah of Bikaner). "The Empire and the War." E.P.A. Series. "A Voice from India." Empire Parliamentary Association, London, 1917, 24 pp.

Box 4

"The Gathering of the Nations." Reprinted from the Round Table for December, 1917. Macmillan, London, 1919. 15 pp.

Box 17

Gerlache de Gomerys Commdant de. "Belgium in War Time." Hodder & Stoughton, London. 1917. 243 pp.

Box 17

Gerlache de Gomery, Commdant de. "The Unconquerable Soul. Belgium in War Time." Hodder & Stoughton, 1918. 242 p.

Box 4

"German Business and German Aggression." T. Fisher Unwin, London. 1917. 23 pp.

Box 4

"German Catholics and Peace. A Challenge to the Centre." From The Tablet, London. 1917. 26 pp.

Box 4

"German Crime Calendar." 12 pp.

Box 4

"German Design on French Lorraine. The Secret Memorandum of the German Iron and Steel Manufacturers." George Allen & Unwin, London, 1918, 43 pp.

Box 4

"German Intrigues in Persia: The Diary of a German agent. The Niedermayer Expedition Through Persia to Afghanistan and India." (By W. Griesinger). Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1918. 40 pp. (See under "Griesinger, W.")

Box 4

"German Nationalism and the Catholic Church." With Illustrations. The Universe, London. 1917. 8 pp.

Box 4

"A German Naval Victory." 1 pp.

Box 4

"The German Note and the Reply of the Allies." T. Fisher Unwin, London. 1917. 12 pp.

Box 4

The German Pirate, His Method and Record." by "Ajax" (pseud.) C. Arthur Pearson, 1918. London. 120 pp.

Box 4

"German Prisoners in Great Britain." Tillottson, London. 62 pp.

Box 4

"The Germans and the Small Nations. An Interview with Lord French." Keliher, London. 1917, 7 pp. By Edward Price Bell. (See under "Bell, Edward Price")

Box 4

"Germany and Belgium Before and During the War." Printed for the Belgian Committee by Darling, London, 1915. 48 pp.

Box 4

"Germany, Turkey and Armenia. A Selection of Documentary Evidence Relating to the Armenian Atrocities from German and Other Sources." J.J. Keliher, London, 1917, 128 pp.

Box 4

"Germany's Fading Credit." 2 pp.

Box 4

"Germany's Future with a Good Peace and a Bad Peace." A Translation and Reproduction of the German Brochure: "Dutschlands zukunfut bei einem guten unt einem schlechten Frieden." Darling, London. 1918. 56 pp.

Box 4

"Germany's Latest Crime." (picture). "The Enslavement of Belgians."

Box 5

Gosling, Harry. "Peace: How to Get and Keep It." Alabaster, Passmore, London, 14 pp.

Box 5

Gray, Alexander. "The True Pastime. Some Observations on the German Attitude Toward the War." Methuen, London, 1915, 48 p.

Box 5

Gray, Alexander. "The Upright Sheaf. Germany's Intentions After the War." Methuen, London, 1915. 76 pp.

Box 14

Great Advance, The. "Tales from the Somme Battlefield Told by Wounded Officers and Men on Their Arrival at South-Hampton from the Front." Published by permission. Cassell, London, 183 pp.

Box 5

British, G. D. "East India (Constitutional Reforms)." Report on Indian Constitutional Reforms. Cd. 9109, 1918. 300 pp.

Box 5

Gt. Britain, G. D. Foreign Office. "An Agreement Between the British and German Governments Concerning Combatant and Civilian Prisoners of War." Miscellaneous No. 12, 1917. His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1917. Cd. 8590, 9 pp.

Box 17

Gt. Britain, G. D. Foreign Office. "Collected Diplomatic Documents Relating to the Outbreak of the European War." His Majesties Stationery, 1915, 561 pp.

Box 17

Gt. Britain, G. D. Foreign Office. "Belgium- Commission of Enquiry on the Violation of the Rules of International Law and of the Laws and Customs of War. Reports on the ..." Volume II. Reports 13 to 22 of the Commission of Enquiry. London, 191 pp. (Published on behalf of the Belgian Legation)

Box 5

Gt. Britain, G. D. Foreign Office. "Correspondence Respecting the European Crisis." Miscellaneous No. 6 Cd 7467. His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1914. 77 pp.

Box 5

Gt. Britain, G. D. Foreign Office. "Great Britain and the European Crisis. Correspondence and Statements in Parliament, Together with an Introductory Narrative of Events." His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1914, 102 pp.

Box 5

Gt. Britain, G. D. High Court of Justice. Probate, Divorce and Admiralty Division. "Admiralty. (In Prize) The Kim. The Alfred Nobel. The Bjornsterjne Bjornson. The Fridland. Being the Arguments in the Above Cases and the Judgement of Sir Samuel Evans." Reprinted from English Law Reports, 1915. Bradbury Agnew, London, 73 pp.

Box 17

Gt. Britain, G. D. War Cabinet. "Report for Year Ending December 31st, 1917."

Box 5

Gt. Britain, G. D. War Office. "Despatch Dated 23rd December, 1916. From General Sir Douglas Haig, G.C.B., Relating to Operations on the Western Front, Including the Battle of the Somme." His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1917, 36 pp.

Box 5

Great Britain, Palestine and the Jews. "Jewry's Celebration of its National Charter." Zionist Organization, London, 1918, 59 pp.

Box 5

Great Britain, Palestine and the Jews. "A Survey of the Christian Opinion." Zionist Organization, London, 1918, 16 pp.

Box 5

"The Great Parallel." Reprinted from The New York Tribune, November 2nd, 1916, Hodder & Stoughton, London. 1917. 8 pp.

Box 5

Gregory, Charles Noble. "Neutrality and Arms Shipments. Reprinted from the New York Herald of May 16th, 1915. Darling, London, 1915, 9 pp.

Box 5

Grey, Edward (Viscount). "The League of Nations." Oxford University Press, 1918. 15 pp.

Box 5

Grey, Edward (Sir). "Sir Edward Grey's Reply to Dr. von Bethmann-Hollweg. Being a Letter Addressed to the British Press on the 25th of August, 1915, Together with a Statement Issued by the Foreign Office on the 1st of September, 1915." T. Fisher Unwin, London, 20 pp.

Box 5

Grey, Edward (Sir). "Speech... 22 March, 1915." Darling, London, 1915, 14 pp.

Box 5

Grice, J. Watson. "The Resource of the Empire." International Information Section, Vol I. George Allen & Unwin, London, 1917, 64 pp.

Box 5

Gwatkin, H. M. "Britain's Case Against Germany. A Letter to a Neutral." Reprinted from the Nation, October, 14th, 1916. T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1917, 15 pp.

Box 6

Haig, Douglas. "Report: London Gazette"

Box 6

Hall, Moedaunt. "Some Naval Yarns." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1917. 83 pp.

Box 6

"Hands Across the Sea. Speeches by Walter Hines Page, A. J. Balfour, Joseph H. Choate, Viscount Bryce..." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 24 pp.

Box 6

Hanson, C. A. "London v. Germany. The War Effort of the Capital." W. H. Smith, London, 11 pp.

Box 6

Hard, William. "How the English Take the War." Reprinted from The Metropolitan. Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1917. 30 pp.

Box 6

Headlam, J.W. "The Dead Lands of Europe." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1917. 36 pp.

Box 6

Headlam, James Wycliffe. "England, Germany and Europe." Reprinted from the Church Quarterly Review. Macmillan, London, 1914, 24 pp.

Box 14

Headlam, J.W. "The Issue". Constable, London, 1917. 157 pp.

Box 6

Headlam, Ja.W. "The Truth about England Exposed to in a Letter to a Neutral." Thomas Nelson, London, 1915. 18 pp.

Box 6

Henderson, Arthur. "The League of Nations and Labour." Oxford University Press, London, 1918, 13 pp.

Box 6

Heuvel, J. Van Den. "Slave Raids in Belgium"

Box 6

Hope, Anthony. "Militarism: German and British." Darling, London, 1915, 6 pp.

Box 6

Hope, Anthony. "Why Italy is with Allies." Richard Clay, London. 1917. 16 pp.

Box 6

"The Horrors of Louvain. By an Eye-witness." "Sunday Times", London. 52 pp.

Box 6

"The Horror of Wittenberg." Official Report to the British Government. C. Arthur Pearson, London, 1916. 32 pp. 2d Edition.

Box 6

"How Goes the War. A Soldier's Answer." Darling, London, 11 pp.

Box 6

Hurd, Archibald. "The Defences of the Empire." International Information Series, British Empire Section, Vol. II, George Allen & Unwin, London. 1917. 64 pp.

Box 6

"Hungary and the War." Reprinted from The Times. Darling, London, 1915, 14 pp.

Box 6

Howard, Keble. "The Quality of Mercy. How British Prisoners of War Were Taken to Germany in 1914." Avenue Press, London. 1918. 15 pp.

Box 6

Hurd, Archibald. "Germany Besieged. Memories of 1870-1871." Chapman & Hall, London. Reprinted from The Fortnightly Review, August, 1916. 13 pp.

Box 6

Hurd, Archibald. "Outlawry at Sea. An Indictment of the German Navy." Chapman & Hall, London, 15 pp.

Box 6

Hurd, Archibald. "A Sure Shield." Jas. Truscott, London, 14 pp.

Box 6

Hurd, Percy. "Canada, Past, Present and Future." International Information Series. British Empire Section. Vol. V. George Allen & Unwin, London, 1918, 64 p.

Box 6

Hyamson, Albert M. "Great Britain and the Jews." Edinburgh Press, London, 1918, 12 pp.

Box 6

Hymans, M. Asquith, H. H. Standaert, M. "Fete Nationale Belge. Belgian Independence Day. Belgische Onafhankelykheidsdag...Addresses delivered at the Royal Albert Hall,..." July 21st, 1916. 64 pp.(In French, English and Flemish)

Box 6

"Independence Day in London, 1918." Resolutions and speeches at the Central Hall, Westminster. Hodder & Stoughton, London, 34 pp.

Box 6

"Is Germany Anti-Catholic?" By a Catholic. Burns & Oates, London, 30 pp.

Box 6

"Issue of the War-No.2." Romania. Sept. 1918, 4 pp.

Box 6

"Jews Among the Entente Leaders." R. Clay, London, 1918, 35 pp.

Box 14

Joergensen, Johannes. "False Witness. Authorized Translation of 'Klokke Roland'." Hodder & Stoughton, London. 1916. 227 p.

Box 14

Johannet, Rene (editor). "Pan-Germanism Versus Christendom." Hodder & Stoughton, London. 1916. 184 p.

Box 6

Jonesco, Take. "The Policy of National Instinct." Sir Joseph Causton, London. 1916. 108 pp.

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Keating, J. "The Freedom of the Seas." Reprinted from The Month, March, 1917, 16 pp.

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"The King at the Front. Official Photographs in Colours." Daily Mail, London. 16 plates.

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Koch, Theodore Wesley. "University of Louvain and its Library." J. M. Dent, London, 1917, 28 pp.

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"A Kruff's Director on German Policy." Beacon No.6. 4 pp.

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Langenhove, Fernand van. "The Growth of a Legend." Putnam, London. 1916.

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Lavisse, E. Andler, Ch. "German Theory and Practice of War. Studies and Documents on the War." Lib. Armand Colin, Paris. 1915. 48 pp.

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Law, Hugh A. "Why is Ireland at War?." Maunstel, London. 1916. 42 pp.

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Lawson, John A. "Memories of Delville Wood. South Africa's Great Battle." T. Maskew Miller, Cape Town. 1918. 16 pp.

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League of Neutral States. "A Statement from the Dutch Section." Hayman, Christy & Lilly, London. 2 pp.

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"The Legend of the 'Frances-Tireurs' Warfare in Belgium." As set forth in the German pamphlet "Der Franktiereurkrieg in Belgien: Gestaendnisse der belgischen Presse." Extract from note 118 of the Bureau Documentaire Belge. Truscott, London, 1916, 40 pp.

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Lewin, Evans. "The Commonwealth of Australia International Information Services." British Empire Sections, Vol. III. George Allen & Unwin, London, 1917, 64 pp.

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Lewin, Evans. "German Rule in Africa." T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1918. 48 pp.

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Lichtervelde, Louis de (Count). "August the Fourth, 1914, in the Belgian Parliament." Wightman, London, 1918, 37 pp.

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"A List of Neutral Ships Sunk by the Germans, from August 8th, 1914, to April 26th, 1917." Alabaster, Passmore, London, 40 pp.

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Lloyd-George, David. "British War Aims. Statement..." Janurary 5, 1918. Hazell, Watson & Viney, 12 pp.

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Lloyd-George, David. "The Great War. Speech..." Sept 19th, 1914. Harrison, London, 14 pp.

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Loti, Pierre. "The Trial of the Barbarians; being 'l'Outrage des barbares'". Longmans, Green, London, 1917. 21 pp.

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Loyal India. "An Interview with Lord Hardinge of Penshurst by a London Correspondent of the New York Times." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 15 pp.

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Loyson, Paul Hyacinthe. "The Gods in the Battle." A reply to "Above the Battle." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1917, 290 pp.

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Lynch, Arthur. "The Applied Cause is Ireland's Hope." 4 pp. Alabaster Passmore, London.

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Mackenzie, Dewitt. "The Awakening of India." Hodder & Stoughton, London. 1917. 159 p.

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Mckenzie, F. A. "Americans at the Front." Hodder & Stoughton, london, 1917. 33 p.

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Mc Kenzie, F. A. "British Railways and the War." Menpes, London, 1917, 32 pp.

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McKenzie, F. A. "Serving the King's Men." Hodder & Stoughton, London. 1918. 74 pp.

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Maclean, Frank. "Germany's Colonial Failure." Burrup, Mathieson, & Spra gue, London, 1918, 22 pp.

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"The Mails as a German War Weapon. Memorandum on the Censorship of Mails Carried by Neutral Ships." Eyre & Spottiswoode, London. 1916. 24 pp.

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Map. "Northern France Sector." Albert. Stanford's Geog. Estab., London.

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Marcosson, Isaac F. "A Visit to Sir Douglas Haig." Reprinted from Everybody's Magazine. Avenue Press, London, 1917. 31 pp.

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Massey, W. T. "The Desert Campaigns." Constavle, London, 1918, 178 pp. Illustrated by James McBey.

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Masterman, E. W. G. "The Deliverance of Jerusalem." Hodder & Stoughton, London. 1918. 51 p.

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Mathews, Basil, ed. "Christ and the World at War; Sermons Preached in War-time." Edited, with an introduction, by Basil Mathews. James Clarke & Co. London. 1917. 191 p.

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Mathews, Basil. "The Freedom of Jerusalem." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1918. 22 pp.

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Mathews, Basil. "The Vista of Victory." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 16 pp.

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Maude, F.S. "Report: London Gazette"

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Melgar, Francisco. "A Spanish Catholic's Visit to England. Impressions..." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1917, 56 pp.

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"Memorandum of the Belgian Government on the Deportation and Forced Labour of the Belgian Ccivil Population Ordered by the German Government." Barber, London, 29 pp. Le Havre, Feb. 1, 1917.

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"The Men who Tidy Uup. By One who has Served in a British Labour Battalion." T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1917. 15 pp.

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Mercier, D. J. (Cardinal). "Courge, My Brother! A Pastoral Letter by Cardinal Mercier. Lent, 1917." Burns & Oates, London, 20 pp.

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Mercier, D. J. (Cardinal). "For those in Captivity. A Sermon Preached... 26 November..." Burrup, Mathieson, & Sprague, London. 1917, 8 pp.

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Mercier, D. J. (Cardinal). "My Return from Rome. Pastoral Letter, Lent, 1916." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 19 pp.

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Mercier, D. J. (Cardinal). "The Seizure of Church Bells and Organs in Occupied Belgium." Campfield Press, St. Albans, 1918, 8 pp.

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Mercier, D. J. (Cardinal). "The Voice of Belgium." Burns & Oates, London. 230 p.

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Mercier, D. J. (Cardinal). "The Voice of God. A Pastoral Letter." Burrup, Mathieson & Sprague, London, 1916, 30 pp.

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"Microbe-Culture at Bukarest. Discoveries at the German Legation." From the Romanian Official Documents. Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1917, 16 pp.

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Millet, Philippe. "Comrades in Arms. What the French Army Really Thinks of the British." Hodder & Stoughton, 1916. 252 pp.

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Mills, J. Saxon. "Britain's Financial Burden." Eyre & Spottiswoode, London, 2 pp.

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"The Ministry of Healing. Britain's Care of the Wounded." Petty & Sons, London, 24 pp. Pictorial.

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Mitrany, D. "Great Rumania. A Study in National Ideals." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1917, 20 pp.

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Mittel-Afrika. "The Black Empire of Germany's Dreams." The Beacon, No.8.

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Mokveld, L. "The German Fury in Belgium." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1917. 247 p.

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Montague, C. E. "The Front Line. With Drawings by Muirhead Bone." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1917, 12 pp.

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Montague, C. E. "Notes from Calais Base and Pictures of its Many Activities." T. Fisher. Unwin, London, 1918, 48 pp.

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"More Contemptibles." Dield & Queen, London, 4 pp.

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Morgan, J. H. "A Dishonoured Army. German Atrocities in France with Unpublished Records." Spottiswoode, London, 1915, 20 pp. Reprinted from the Nineteenth Century, June, 1915.

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Muehlon, Wilhelm. "Diary. Notes Written Early in the War." Cassell & Co. London. 1918. 247 p.

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Mugerditchian, Esther (Mrs.) "From Turkish Toils. The narrative of an Armenian Family's escape." C. Arthur Pearson, London, 1918, 51 pp.

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"Murder Again!" Causton, London, 1 pp.

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"The Murder of Captain Fryatt." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1916, 47 pp.

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Murray, Gilbert. "Ethical Problems of the War." Reprinted from The Inquirer of 10 Oct. 1915. Thomas Nelson, London, 24 pp.

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Murray, Gilbert. "Faith, War, and Policy." Houghton Middlin, N.Y. Oxford University Press, England. 1918, 280 pp.

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Murray, Gilbert. "Impressions of Scandinavia in War Time." Reprinted from the Westminster Gazette. T. Fisher Unwin, London, 32 pp.

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Murray, Gilbert. "The League of Nations and the Democratic Idea." Oxford University Press, 1918, 30 pp.

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Nash, Paul (Artist). "British Artists at the Front. Part Three. Continuation of 'The Western Front'." Country Life, London, 15 plates.

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"A National Home for the Jewish People. The British Government's recognition of the Zionist movement." Reprinted from Jewish Chronicle, R. Clay & Sons, London, 1917, 16 pp.

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"Necessity Knows No Law." The Beacon No.4. Leaflet, R. Clay, London.

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Nevinson, C.R.W. "The Roads of France." Hudson & Kearns, London, 6 pp.

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The NEW German Empire. "A Study of German War Aims from German Sources." Reprinted from the Round Table for March, 1917. Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1917, 32 pp.

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Newbolt, Henry (Sir). "A Note on the History of Submarine War." Longmans, Green, London, 1918, 27 pp.

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Newbolt, Henry. "The War and the Nations." Reprinted from the Fortnightly Review. August, 1915. R. Clay, London, 1915, 12 pp.

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Nippold, Otfried. "The Awakening of the German People." George Aleen & Unwin, London, 1918, 60 pp.

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Nippold, Otfried."Dangerous Optimism." George Allen & Unwin, London, 1918, 20 pp.

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"No Small Stir. What the Pope Really Said About the Great War, by 'Diplomaticus'" Society of SS. Peter and Paul, London, 1917, 40 pp.

Box 9

"Norway's Shipping Losses During the War, to the End of June, 1917. Translated and Summarised from 'Sjoeforklaringer over Norske Skibes Krigsforlis' (Nautical Declarations regarding the War losses of Norwegian Shipping)." Avenue Press, London. 1918. 28 pp.

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Nothomb, Pedro. "Belgica Martir"

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Nyrop, Christophe. "France." Heinemann, London, 1917, 125 pp.

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O'Connor, T. P. "Address,... to the President of the French Republic...30th April, 1915." Darling, London, 1915, 8 pp.

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O' Neill, H.C. "The Military Outlook. The Allies' Prospects of Victory." George Allen & Unwin, London, 1918, 23 pp.

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O'Neill, H.C. "A History of the British Navy During the War." Adapted from Colonel John Buchan's "History of the War." Thomas Nelson, London, 1918, 360 pp.

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"The Ottoman Domination." Reprinted from the Round Table. T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1917, 18 pp.

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Page, Walter Hines. Bryce, Viscount. Cecil, Robert (Lord) et al. "Companionship in Arms. Speeches... April 12, 1917." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1917, 24 pp.

Box 9

"Pan-German Peace Fantasies." Manpes, London. 4 pp.

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"Pan-German Versus Christendom. The Conversion of a Neutral, Open Letter by M. Emile Pruem." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1916. 184 pp.

Box 9

"Parliaments Vote of Thanks to the Forces"

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Parker, Gilbert. "Is England Apathetic?"

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Parker, Gilbert. "Letters"

 

Passelecq, Fernand. "BelgianUunity and the Flemish Movement." Reprinted from The Nineteenth Century and After, October, 1916. Spottiswoode, Ballantyne, London. 17 pp.

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Pennell, Joseph. "Joseph Pannell's Pictures of War Work in England. A Selection from a Series of the Munition Works Made by Him with the Permission and Authority of the British Government." Heinemann, London, 1917, 31 Plates.

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Perris, H.S. "Letter..." London, December, 1914. 2 pp.

Box 9

"Plain Speaking. Republic of Portugal. Reasons for the Military Intervention of Portugal in the European War." Abridged from a report published in the Diario do Governo. No. 9 Series 1, of the 17th Janurary, 1917. Eyre & Spottiswoode, London, 1917,27 pp.

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"Poland Under the Germans." Sir Joseph Causton. London, 1916, 30 pp.

Box 9

"Poland Under the Germans." The Complete Press, London, 1917, 44 pp.

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Pollock, Frederick (Sir). "The League of Nations and the Coming Rule of Law." Oxford University Press, London, 1918, 15 pp.

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Prince, Morton. "The American Versus the German View of the War." T. Fisher Unwin. London, 1915, 47 pp.

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Puaux, Rene. "The German Colonies. What is to Become of Them?" Wightman, London, 1918, 39 pp.

Box 9

Raemaekers, Luis. "Cartoons." National Press Agency, London, 1916. 40 pp. (Text in English and Dutch).

Box 9

Raleigh, Walter (Sir). "The War of Ideas. Address... Dec. 12, 1916." Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1917, 24 pp.

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Raede, Arthur. "Russia Under Nicholas II." Thomas Nelson, London, 16 pp.

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"The Reception of Wounded Prisoner Soldiers of Great Britain in Switzerland." Trussoctt, London, 1916, 8 pp.

Box 9

Redmond, John E. "Ireland and the War. Speeches...Septemberm 25 th& October 18th, 1914." Reprinted from the Freeman's Journal. 12 pp.

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Redmond, J. E. "The Irish Nation and the War. Extracts from Speeches Made in the House of Commons and in Ireland Since the Outbreak of the War." Sealy, Bryers and Walker, Dublin, 1915. 37 pp.

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Redmond, John E. Speech... 23rd August, 1915. Darling, London, 22 pp.

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Redmond, John. "Strong Words from Mr. Redmond. Treason to the Home Rule Cause." Causton, London, 1916, 6 pp.

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Redmond, John. "The Voice of Ireland... An Interview... and Some Messages from the Representative Irishmen Regarding the Sinn Fein Rebellion." April, 1916. Thomas Nelson, London, 55 pp.

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"Reports on British Prison Camps in India and Burma. Visited by the International Red Cross Committee in Feburary, March, and April, 1917." T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1917, 64 pp.

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"Reprisals Against Prisoners of War. Correspondence Between the International Red Cross Committee and the British Government." Sir Joseph Causton, London, 1916, 12 pp.

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Revelstoke, Lord. "British Staying Power. Lord Revelstoke Views Anglo-American Sympathies. Interview Given to the United Press of America." Causton, London, 1916, 8 pp.

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Rimbaud, Isabelle. "In the Whirlpool of War." T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1918, 256 p.

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Robertson, J. M. "Britain Versus Germany." T. Fisher Unwin, London. 1917. 124 p.

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Robertson, J. M. "Neutrals and the War. An Open Letter to Heer L. Simons." T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1917, 32 pp.

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Robinson, H. Perry. "The Turning Point." Heineman, London, 1917, 290 pp.

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Roesemeier, Hermann. "A German to Germans. An Open Letter." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1917, 42 p.

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Roger, Nooelle. "The Victim's Return." Constable, London, 1917, 134 pp.

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Rose, J. Holland. "Why We Carry On." T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1918, 38 pp.

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Ruffin, Henry, and Andre Tudesq. "Brother Tommy." T. Fisher Unwin, London. 1918, 160 pp.

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Ruffin, Henry and Andre Tudesq. "The Square Jaw." Thomas Nelson, London, 103 pp.

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"Russia and Her Allies. Extract from the Verbatim Report of the Imperial Duma, IVth Session. 16th Sitting." Burrup, Mathieson & Sprague, London, 1917, 20 pp.

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Sabatier, Paul. "The Ideals of France... Letter." Reprinted from The Times, Jan. 22, 1915. Unwin Bros., London, 8 pp.

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Salandra, Antonio. "Speech of His Excellency Signor Antonio Salandra in the Capitol of Rome, June 2, 1915, In Reply to the Emperor of Austria and the German Chancellor." T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1915, 32 pp.

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Samuel, Herbert. "The War and Liberty." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1917, 128 p.

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Sanday, W. "When Should the War End?" War Time Papers. Evangelical Information Committee. Menpes, London, 1917, 12 pp.

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Scholedield, G. H. "New Zealand, International Information Series, British Empire Section. Vol IV. George Allen & Unwin, London, 1917, 64 pp.

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Schuster, A, and Shipley, A. E. "Britain's Heritage of Science." Constable, London, 1917, 334 pp.

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Scott, Leslie. and Alexander Shaw. "Great Britain and Neutral Commerce." Darling, London, 1915, 17 pp.

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"Security for Allied Loans." 2 pp. Eyre & Spottiswoode, London.

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Selbie, W. B. "Christian Nationalism." War Time Papers, Evangelical Information Committee. Menpes, London, 8 pp.

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"The Sentinel of the Seas. The Tireless Vigil of the British Navy." Harrison, jehring, London, 32 pp. Pictorial.

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Shakespeare, J. H. "The Two Republics." War Time Papers. Evangelical Information Committee. 12 pp.

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"The Sinking of the Lusitania. A German Naval Victory." 1 pp.

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"Slavery in Europe. A letter to Neutral Governments from the Anti-Slavery Society." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1917, 8 pp.

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"The Slavs Among the Nations." Reprinted from La Nation Tchequeof 15th March, 1916. Czech National Alliance in Great Britain. 38 pp.

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Sloss, Robert. "An American's View of the British Mail Censorship." W. Speaight & Sons, London, 1916, 32 pp.

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Sloss, Robert. "Some Facts About India. Interviews with Lord Islington During November, 1916." Burrup, Mathieson & Sprague, London, 1917, 19 pp.

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Smith, George Adam (Sir). "Syria and the Holy Land." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1918, 56 p and maps.

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Smuts, J. C. "War Time Speeches." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1917, 127 p.

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"A South American Priest in Belgium." Darling, London, 1915, 14 pp.

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"A Souviner for Visitors to the British Front." R. Clay, London, 40 pp.

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Spielmann, Isidore (Sir). "The Germans as Others See Them. An Open Letter to Herr Maximilian Harden." W. Speaight, London, August, 1917, 20 pp.

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Sprigg, W. Stanhope. "The British Blockade. What It Means; How It Works." Printed from Pearson's Magazine. George Binny Dibblee, London, 10 pp.

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Stalker, James. "The Luther Celebrations, 1517, 1917." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1917, 21 pp.

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Stanley, Arthur. "Mercy-Workers of the War. An Interview." Causton, London, 1916, 21 pp.

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"The Story of a Sea Flight Told in Official Statements." R. Clay, London, 4 pp.

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"The Straight Path and the Crooked." T. Fisher Unwin, London, 12 pp.

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Strang, Herbert. "Great Britain and the War. A Book for Boys and Girls." Frowde and Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1916, 26 pp.

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Strang, Herbert. "Great Britain and the War. A Book for Boys and Girls." New and Revised Edition. Henry Frowde and Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1918, 45 pp.

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Struycken, A. A. H. "The German Hite Book on the War in Belgium." Commentary. Thomas Nelson. London, 1915, 56 p.

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"Subject Nationalisties of the German Alliance. With Map Drawn from German Sources." Cassell, London, 1917, 4 pp & map.

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"A Suspect Manifesto and a Neutral Expert." 5 pp.

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Suter-Lerch, H. J. "Germany Her Own Judge." George Allen & Unwin. London, 1918, 128 p.

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Swinton, E. D. "The 'Tanks'"(By Request and with Permission.) Reprinted from Strand Magazine. 23 pp. Avenue Press, London.

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"Syria during March 1916. Her Miseries and Disasters. A Series of Articles Published in the Arabic Journal of 'mokattam, of Cairo, on the 30th of March, and 1st April, 1916." Causton, London, 1916. 24 pp.

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"The Third Great War Number of the Fleet Annual and Naval Year Book." (See under "Fleet Annual...")

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"Those 'Gentlemen' of Germany." Field & Queen, London, 4vpp.

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"Through Swamp and Forest. The British Campaign in Africa." Harrison, Jehring, London, 32 pp. Pictorial.

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"To Belgium." W. Speaight, London, 1916, 41 pp.

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"To Make Men Traitors. Germany's Attempts to Seduce her Prisoners-of-War." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1918, 26 pp.

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"To our Colleagues in Russia." 3 pp.

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Tolkowsky, S. "The Jewish Colonisation in Palestine." Zionist Organization, London, 1918, 10 pp.

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Toynbee, Arnold J. "The Murderoustyranny of the Turks." Hodder &Stoughton, London, 1917, 35 pp. With preface by Viscount Bryce.

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"The Trail of Barbarians." The Beacon, No. 2. 4 pp.

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"The Treatment of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire. Documents Presented to Viscount Grey of Fallodon... with Preface of Viscount Bryce." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1916, 684 pp.

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Turczynowicz, Laura de. "When the Prussians Came to Poland." Putman, New York, 1916, 281 p.

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"Turkey: A Past and A Future." Reprinted from the Round Table, for June, 1917. Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1917, 79 pp.

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"Turkish Prisoners In Egypt. A Report by the Delegates of the International Committee of the Red Cross, Extracted and Translated From the Official Reports of the Red Cross Society." London, 1917, 64 pp.

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Union Sacree. "Great Britain in War Time. A Message From His Eminence Cardinal Bourne." Burns & Oates, London, 6 pp.

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Vallotton, Banjamin. "In the Land of Death." Cassell, London, 1917, 35 pp.

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Van der Essen, Leon. "A Short Account of the German Invasion and Occupation of Belgium." T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1918, 104 p.

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Van der Linden, Herman and Hamelius, Paul. "Anglo-Belgian Relations, Past and Present." Constable, London, 1918, 117 pp.

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Van Houtte, Paul. "The Pan-Germanic Crime". Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1915, 192 p.

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"The Violation of the Neutrality of Belgium." Darling, London, 1915, 22 pp.

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Visscher, Ch. de. "Belgium's Case. A Judicial Enquiry." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1916, 164 p.

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Wallenstrein, Abraham. "Jews and Germanism." and "Jewish Chronicle", London, 1918, 14 pp.

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"The War and the German Propaganda. A Swiss View of Germany's Aims." Eyre and Spottiswoode, London, 1915, 12 pp.

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"War for Ever." The Beacon, No. 3. Leaflet. R. Clay & Son, London.

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"A War of Liberation." Reprinted from the Round Table, for June, 1917, Macmillan, London, 37 pp.

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"The War on Hospital Ships. With Narratives of Eye-Witnesses and British and German Diplomatic Correspondence." Second & Revised Edition. T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1918, 40 pp.

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"The War, Prospect and Retrospect. Report of Speeches Delivered by the Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill, M. P., First Lord of the Admiralty, (House of Commons, Nov. 27, 1914) Field Marshal the Rt. Hon. Earl Kitcherner, Secretary of State for War, (House of Lords, 26 November, 1914 and The Rt. Hon David Lloyd George, M. P., Chancellor of the Exchequer.) House of Commons, 27th November, 1914." 23 pp.

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Ward, Humphry (Mrs.). "Toward the Goal." John Murray, London, 1917. 246 p.

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Ward, Wilfrid. "England and the War." Eyre & Spottiswoode, London, 1914. 18 pp.

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Warren, Herbert, (Sir). A. C. Benson, Sir Alfred Pearce Gould, et al. "British Universities and the War. A Record and Its Meaning." Field & Queen, London, 1917, 98 pp.

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"We See with Regret the Name of Many German Professors and Men of Science... (first line)." Horace Hart, Oxford, 8 pp.

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Wedgewood, Josiah. "With Machine-Guns in Gallipoli." Reprinted from the Westminster Gazette. Darling, London, 1915, 22 pp.

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Weizmann, Chaim. and Richard Gottheil. "What is Zionism? Two Chapters from Zionism and the Jewish Future." Zionist Organization, London, 1918, 44 pp.

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Weston, Frank. "The Black Slaves of Prussia. An Open Letter Addressed to General Smuts," Universities' Mission to Central Africa, London, 16 pp.

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"Where the German Army Has Passed." Illustrated with 53 Special Photographs. Daily Chronicle, London, 1915, 66 pp.

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Whitlock, Brand. "The Deportations. Statement by the American Minister to Belgium." T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1917, 8 pp.

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Wiart, Carton de. "The Way of Honour." George Allen & Unwin, London, 1918, 256 p.

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Wile, Frederic William. "Explaining the Britishers." Heinmann, London, 1918. 118 p.

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Williams, J. E. Hodder. "One Young Man. True Story of a Clerk who Enlisted in 1914, Fought for Nearly Two Years, Was Severely Wounded at the Battle of the Somme, and Is Now on His Way Back to His Desk." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1917, 174.

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Williamson, David. "Lloyd-George, A Man of the People." Doran, New York, 1917, 36 pp.

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Wilson, Woodrow. "The Challenge Accepted. President Wilson's Address to Congress April 2d, 1917." T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1917, 8 pp.

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"The Work and Training of the Royal Flying Corps." Illustrated London News, London. 46 pp.

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"The Work and Training of the Royal Naval Air Service." Illustrated London News, London, 46 pp.

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"The Work and Training of the Royal Naval Naval Reserve." Yachting Monthly, London, 64 pp.

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"The World's Largest Loan." T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1917, 8 pp.

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"Wounded and a Prisoner of War. By an Exchange Officer." Blackwood, London, 1916, 316 pp.

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Yates, L. K. "The Woman's Part. A Record of Munitions Work." Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1918, 64 pp. 24 plates.

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Zimmermann, Emil. "The German Empire of Central Africa." Longmans, Green & Co. London, 1918, 63 pp.

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Zimmern, A. E. "The Economic Weapon in the War Against Germany." George Alle and Unwin, London, 1918, 20 pp.

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