When beginning your research project on World War I, you will find the services of a librarian invaluable. The suggested electronic resources are available linked from here and from the Electronic Resources section of the library home page. Print resources are available in the PHC on campus collection or by mail to distance learning members of the PHC community. You may check the location and the availability of an item in our collection through the online catalog, accessible from the library home page.
Professional library assistance is available on campus, by phone at 541-441-8400, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
JSTOR provides access to scholarly journal articles in a wide variety of disciplines, although acquisitions are subject to a moving inclusion date with the result that most articles are 3 - 5 years old or older. This is usually not a problem in history research, but may be a problem if more current research is needed.
ProQuest and Academic Search Premier have extensive collections of current articles from scholarly journal articles and newspapers. These databases are easy to navigate and allow users to limit searches to provide focused results. The sites also suggests alternative subject terms to use if a broader or narrower search is required.
U S History in Video provides access to a number of videos in the World War I collection both from the war and as historically accurate recreations.
Euro Docs connects to the largest expository of online primary source documents in European history.
Library of Congress Guide to WWI collections including audio recordings, photographs from major newspaper coverage, copies of the military newspaper published in France, Stars and Stripes, 1918-1919 and selected major U.S. newspaper coverage.
British Library WWI site connects to over 5,000 articles, overviews, and primary source documents.
Eye Witness to History WWI collection including diaries, photographs, and video
BBC collection includes major and little known aspects of WWI, including its lasting impact in current conflict zones, India’s participation, war time medicine, and many other interesting topics.
WWI Document Archive connects to online primary source documents, including personal diaries, interviews, treaties, and more.
The New York Times draws on its archives to inform WWI articles.
Fascinating interactive WWI Timeline from the National WWI Museum
Search the catalog using an Advanced Search for the any of the following strings as a "subject":
World War I, 1914-1918--United States
World War, 1914-1918--Social aspects--United States
United States--Politics and Government--1913-192
Created: Dr. David Aikman/Walker, 2014. Reviewed: Aikman/Thornhill, 2015. Reviewed: Thornhill, 2016, 2017, 2019.