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Domestic United States Military Facilities of the First World War 1917-1919 By Robert Swanson
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This book attempts to list every place in the United States and Territories where soldiers, sailors, or marines might have been stationed during the First World War. The reason for such a list is to... More > provide source locations and checklists for postal history (letters and cards) from these military men. The book lists all fixed, land-based United States military camps and facilities that operated during the War period. There has long been a need for such a listing, as it was not known where military mail could have originated within the US.< Less
Secret Brotherhoods, Three Lectures Given at Dornach on the 18th, 19th, 25th, November 1917 By Rudolf Steiner
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This is a classic reprint of a hard-to-find esoteric work by Rudolf Steiner.
Some Details of Old Haileyburians Who Fell In The Great War, Volume 2 1917-18 By william scarratt
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Old Haileyburians who fell in the Great War, volume 2, 1916-18
Halifax County, N.C. - Miscellaneous Land Records (1761-1917) By Stewart Dunaway
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Halifax County was formed in 1758, from Edgecombe County. Despite the age, the older records were not preserved. Halifax will be reduced in size when Martin County was formed in 1774 (parts of... More > Halifax and Tyrrell). Miscellaneous land records are a “catch all” of land disputes, agreements, surveys, etc. This collection is actually placed in alphabetical order and not date order. This county has only one box (where most counties have two).< Less
History 119th Infantry, 60th Brigade 30th Division: Operations in Belgium and France, 1917-1919 By Coleman Berkley Conway
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This publication contains a detailed account of the 119th Infantry during World War I, from its organization in the U.S. and the training of its men in Europe to its active operations in Belgium and... More > France. The book includes instances of military correspondence and field orders in addition to an enormous roster of enlisted men, detailing each man's rank, company, and if he was wounded or killed during service.< Less
Serving the Chinese Labour Corps in France:The Wartime Letters of Dr. E. J. Stuckey, 1917-1919 By Wendy M. Rankine
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This book was compiled as a Master Degree thesis (as is mentioned in the text), but has not previously been published due to the untimely death of the one-person proposed publisher. Publication is... More > being undertaken on the wishes of the direct descendants of Dr. E. J. Stuckey with the written permission of the compiler/author.< Less
Called to the Last Frontier: The Assemblies of God in Alaska 1917-2017 70 Stories from a Century of Pioneering Ministry By Jack Aiken
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This book consists of 70 mini-biographies of missionaries, pastors and laymen out of the thousands God has used to build the Assemblies of God ministry in Alaska. These stories include men and women... More > from varied backgrounds, locations and theological traditions. The common thread through all these stories is the call of God into gospel ministry, and the eventual call to exercise that ministry in challenging physical and spiritual environments of Alaska. While many came as officially appointed missionaries, many others came without missionary sponsorship or financial support. Even those who came to pastor established churches, found their ministries required faith and sacrifice. Knowing the lot of the newly arrived missionary or minister would not be easy, the Assemblies of God leadership in Alaska challenged them even before they arrived by asking, “Will you stick?” Most of them did despite the hostile climate, primitive living conditions and the sometimes-violent resistance to their ministry efforts.< Less
Tomorrow at Dawn: Experiences during Service with the British Army in Flanders and Germany 1917 – 1919 By Brian E Lawrence
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One day in 1965 Brain Lawrence sat down to record his experiences of Service in the Great War. His intention was ‘solely to present a picture of War as I saw it.’ Based extensively on... More > notes made soon after the events, his story is original, fresh and gripping. Brian describes in fine detail the everyday life of a soldier, both in and out of the trenches. He took part in major attacks, the retreat from the great German spring offensive and was hospitalised. His experiences as a soldier helping to occupy defeated Germany and living with a German family, are included. There are no heroic descriptions or attempts to explain tactics. This book could represent the stories of the many ordinary, but extraordinary, men who volunteered. It truthfully answers the question, “What was it really like in the War, Grandpa?” Brian’s book is now published for the first time, fifty years after he wrote the final manuscript and almost one hundred years after the events.< Less
Called to the Last Frontier: The Assemblies of God In Alaska 1917-2017 70 Stories from a Century of Pioneering Ministry By Jack Aiken
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This book consists of 70 mini-biographies of missionaries, pastors and laymen out of the thousands God has used to build the Assemblies of God ministry in Alaska. These stories include men and women... More > from varied backgrounds, locations and theological traditions. The common thread through all these stories is the call of God into gospel ministry, and the eventual call to exercise that ministry in challenging physical and spiritual environments of Alaska. While many came as officially appointed missionaries, many others came without missionary sponsorship or financial support. Even those who came to pastor established churches, found their ministries required faith and sacrifice. Knowing the lot of the newly arrived missionary or minister would not be easy, the Assemblies of God leadership in Alaska challenged them even before they arrived by asking, “Will you stick?” Most of them did despite the hostile climate, primitive living conditions and the sometimes-violent resistance to their ministry efforts.< Less
Twenty-two months in the Trenches: the memoirs of a survivor of the Battle of the Somme 1916-1917 By Philip Brocklesby
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Philip Brocklesby came from a religious united middle class family. He was one of four brothers. In spite of the shocking experiences during the war, and many of his friends and colleagues being... More > killed, he managed to keep his mental balance and a sense of humour. He spent 1 year and 10 months in France and participated in the Battle of the Somme from the first attack on 1 July 1916. During this period he narrowly escaped being killed on several occasions, and this was a fact which concerned him all his life, because he tried to find some reason why he should have been saved when so many of his companions had been killed.< Less

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