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The Encyclopedia of World War I - Edited by Spencer C. Tucker
Call Number: REF COL: D510 .E53 2005
ISBN: 9781851094202
Publication Date: 2005

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Researching World War I - Edited by Robin D. S. Higham and Dennis E. Showalter
Call Number: REF COL: D522.4 .R47 2003
ISBN: 9780313288500
Publication Date: 2003


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The Routledge Atlas of the First World War - Martin Gilbert
Call Number: REF COL: G1037 .G5 2008
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National Geographic Historical Atlas of the United States
Call Number: REF COL: G1201.S1 F5 2004
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Encyclopedia of European Social History: From 1350 to 2000
Call Number: REF COL: HN373 .E63 2001
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Call Number: REF COL: HQ75.2 .W47 2001
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