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A collection of primary source material for the study of the Great War organized into three modules: Personal experiences, Propaganda and Recruitment, and Visual Perspectives and Narratives.
Drawings and paintings, government and military papers, trench literature and soldiers' journals, photographs, letters, and film clips are just a few of the types of primary sources included in the three modules. They support research on the Home Front, the role of women in the war, soldiers' experiences, and military operations, among many other topics.
An incomplete set of microfilmed materials, consisting of letters and other papers of a prominent German military strategist of World War I. A guide to the collection is located in NewsMicro and online.