|To Conquer Hell: The Meuse-Argonne, 1918|
By Edward G. Lengel
"Edward Lengel has filled an inexplicable gap in the American history of World War I with this vivid, deeply researched account of the Doughboys’ heroism – and agony – in the Argonne.
|The Last of the Doughboys: The Forgotten Generation and Their Forgotten World War|
By Richard Rubin
In 2003, 85 years after the armistice, it took Richard Rubin months to find just one living American veteran of World War I. But then, he found another. And another. Eventually he managed to find doze
|Yanks : The Epic Story of the American Army in World War I|
By John Eisenhower
This history focuses entirely on the challenges, victories, sacrifices (320,500 casualties), and long-term consequences of the American Expeditionary Force (AEF) in Europe during World War I.
|The AEF Way of War: The American Army and Combat in World War I|
By Mark Ethan Grotelueschen
"Mark Grotelueschen has written one of the most important works on the AEF, and indeed on the history of the modern US Army, to appear in the last twenty years." -Dennis Showalter, Professor of Histor
|Toward the Flame: A Memoir of World War I|
By Hervey Allen
onsidered by many to be the finest American combat memoir of the First World War, Hervey Allen’s Toward the Flame vividly chronicles the experiences of the Twenty-eighth Division in the summer of 1918
|First World War: A Photographic History|
By Laurence Stallings
A GREAT PHOTO SOURCE CONCERNING World War I.
|The Doughboys: America and the First World War|
By Gary Mead
Making a strong case that America's moral and material contributions were vital to the Allied war effort, Financial Times journalist Mead
|The Doughboys the Story Of the AEF, 1917-1918|
By Stallings Laurence
Good book about the general history of the A.E.F.
|World War I Official Army History - 25 Volumes [CD-ROM]|
By BACM Research
13,500 pages of text covering World War I history in 25 Volumes, archived on 3 indexed and searchable CDROM discs.
|America's Deadliest Battle: Meuse-Argonne, 1918|
By Robert H. Ferrell
American fighting men had never seen the likes of it before.
|Doughboy War: The American Expeditionary Force in World War I|
By James H. Hallas
This multi-layered history of World War I's doughboys recapitulates the enthusiasm of scores of soldiers as they trained for war, voyaged to France, and finally, faced the harsh reality of combat on t
|Argonne Days in World War I|
By Horace L. Baker
hen he took ship for France in the spring of 1918, Horace Baker was ill prepared for war, but the unassuming Mississippi schoolteacher soon learned his soldiering skills from men who had already fough
|The First World War|
By John Keegan
Despite the avalanche of books written about the First World War in recent years, there have been comparatively few books that deliver a comprehensive account of the war and its campaigns from start t
|Warrior 79: US Doughboy 1916-19|
By Thomas Hoff
Dedicated to the life of the average US soldier during World War I, this book follows the doughboy during the course of the war:
|Doughboys, the Great War, and the Remaking of America|
By Jennifer D. Keene
"...An impressive piece of work, based on excellent primary sources in both France and the United States—a model of original research on an important topic." -- —Stuart McConnell, Pitzer College, Clar
|Over Here: The First World War and American Society|
By David M. Kennedy
"Probably the best, the coolest, the most objective and solid one volume it is now possible to write."--The Historian
|The United States and the First World War (Seminar Studies in History Series)|
By Jennifer Keene
Provides a concise and an engaging evaluation of the war's significance. Books in this Seminar Studies in History series bridge the gap between textbook and specialist survey
|Uncle Sam Wants You: World War I and the Making of the Modern American Citizen|
By Christopher Capozzola
This book demonstrates the singular significance of America's brief but crucial experience with modern war in 1917 and 1918."--Michael S. Neiberg, The Journal of American History
|The Price of Glory: Verdun 1916|
By Sir Alistair Horne
The battle of Verdun lasted ten months. It was a battle in which at least 700,000 men fell, along a front of fifteen miles.
|Portrait of War: The U.S. Army's First Combat Artists and the Doughboys' Experience in WWI|
By Peter Krass
Eight individuals witnessed more of the American fighting experience during World War I than any other U.S. participant, military or civilian.
|Memories of World War I: North Carolina Doughboys on the Western Front|
By R. Jackson Marshall
World War I was the world's first "modern" war. It introduced weapons such as the machine gun, poison gas, the airplane, and the armored tank.
|Trench Art: An Illustrated History|
By Jane A. Kimball
Although soldiers throughout history have created war souvenirs, the term trench art originated in France during the early years of World War I.
|Trench Art: Materialities and Memories of War|
By Nicholas J. Saunders
Through his most thorough research, the author has almost single-handedly focused the attention of many collectors and curators to the importance of trench art in just the last few years.'James Brazie