D570.33 .C6 : Thirty-seventh division in the world war 1917-1918.
D570.8.M6 J4 I46 : The Imperial Japanese Mission, 1917 : a record of the reception throughout the United States of the special mission headed by Viscount Ishii, together with the exchange of notes embodyimg the Root-Takahira Understanding of 1908 and the Lansing-Ishii Agreerment of 1917 / foreword by Elihu Root.
D628 .H35 2009 : Containing trauma : nursing work in the First World War / Christine E. Hallett.
D628 .H35 2014 : Veiled warriors : allied nurses of the First World War / Christine E. Hallett.
D629.U6 D25 : The American Red Cross in the great war, by Henry P. Davison ...
D629.U6 H3 : With the American Red Cross in France, 1918-1919, by Carter H. Harrison.
D637 .S8 : American food in the world war and reconstruction period ; operations of the organizations under the direction of Herbert Hoover, 1914 to 1924, by Frank M. Surface and Raymond L. Bland.
D637 .W5 1945 : In the margins of chaos ; recollections of relief work in and between three wars, by Francesca M. Wilson, with a foreword by J.L. Hammond.
D638.A7 T6 : The treatment of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire, 1915-16 ; documents presented to Viscount Grey of Fallodon, secretary of state for foreign affairs, by Viscount Bryce. With a preface by Viscount Bryce.
D639.D5 F7 1917 : The deportation of women and girls from Lille. Translated textually from the note addressed by the French government to the governments of neutral powers on the conduct of the German authorities toward the population of the French departments in the occupation of the enemy. With extracts from other documents, annexed to the note, relating to German branches of international law during 1914, 1915, 1916.