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World War I: Biographies

In memory of the 100th anniversary of the Great War check out one of these biographies of the people who lived through it:

Ace of aces: the life of captain Eddie Rickenbacker by H. Paul Jeffers

Suddenly we didn't want to die: memoirs of a World War I marine by Elton E. Mackin ; with an introduction and annotation by George B. Clark ; foreword by Victor H. Krulak

Archduke of Sarajevo: The romance and tragedy of Franz Ferdinand of Austria by Gordon Brook-Shepherd

Femme fatale: love, lies, and the unknown life of Mata Hari by Pat Shipman

Hero: the life and legend of Lawrence of Arabia by Michael Korda

Richthofen: beyond the legend of the Red Baron by Peter Kilduff

The last Kaiser: the life of Wilhelm II by Giles MacDonogh

Sergeant York: an American hero by David D. Lee

The long way home: an American journey from Ellis Island to the Great War by David Laskin

My experiences in the World War. Vol. 1 by John J. Pershing

Hemingway in love and war: the lost diary of Agnes von Kurowsky by Henry S. Villard and James Nagel

Woodrow Wilson: a biography by John Milton Cooper

King, Kaiser, Tsar: three royal cousins who led the world to war by Catrine Clay

Pershing by Jim Lacey

Five lieutenants: the heartbreaking story of five Harvard men who led America to victory in World War I by James Carl Nelson

Democracy's prisoner: Eugene V. Debs, the great war, and the right to dissent by Ernest Freeberg

George, Nicholas, and Wilhelm: three royal cousins and the road to World War I by Miranda Carter

Who killed the Red Baron? [videodisc]

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