World War I Guide

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Faculty recommended

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Below are resources recommended by LBCC Faculty. Most are books and videos that are secondary sources, created by people who did not experience the event. LBCC students, staff, faculty, and community members can check out resources in the Library's collections.

Robert Harrison's picks

Sarah Washburn's picks

Library Resources on WWI

Below are LBCC library resources on WWI. Physical materials like books and DVDs are available to students, employees, and community members. Anyone can access library's online resources from the library computers, but off-campus access is only available to students and employees.

Films from the Library
Below are collection of WWI related videos on DVD and streaming online through our Films on Demand subscription.
Library books
Click on the links below to see our books and ebooks on WWI.
Free WWI Resources from the Web

Below are historical objects, exhibits, and educational materials freely available online. Anything published before 1923 is in the public domain. That means that there are no copyright restrictions on primary sources published from 1914-1918.

Teach & learn about WWI
Primary sources from WWI
WWI Exhibits and museums