World War I Collection of Library Materials

Library Materials

Click on the following topics for a quick search in the Library's Catalog.

World War I - Aerial Operations & Aircraft:       

World War I - Biography:

World War I - Buffalo:

World War I - Causes:

World War I - Comic Strips & Graphic Novels:

World War I - Communications:

World War I - Cryptography:

World War I - Drama:

World War I - Fiction:

World War I - Maps:

World War I - Naval Operations:

World War I - Participation – African Americans:

World War I - Participation – Women:

World War I - Peace:

World War I - Personal Narratives:

World War I - Pictorial Works:

World War I - Propaganda:

World War I - Songs and Music:

World War I - United States:

World War I - Veterans, Fiction:



Biography in Context
Biographical information on more than 525,000 of the world's most influential people. Search or browse by name, nationality or occupation. Virtual Tour



The History Channel
The official web site of the cable television station that offers programming related to historical events and people. Included on the site are Popular Topics, This Day in History and History Behind the Headlines.

This web site contains more than 1,000,000 words on world history in linked narratives. The History World Timeline enables the user to search the web through a timeline of single subject events or to create a timeline with a keyword search.

History Central
An in-depth coverage of all aspects of American history and world history. Explore complete time lines of major events in history. Research special sections on diverse subjects such as presidential elections and naval and aviation history. Search nation by nation with an alphabetical listing of countries around the world. 

Library of Congress WWI
The Library of Congress is commemorating the 100th anniversary of the U.S. entry into the war with exhibitions, lectures, symposia, film programs, recordings, publications, veterans' stories, educational tools and research guides to accompany the Library's remarkable World War I resources.