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Yashka My Life as Peasant, Officer and Exile: the Recollections of the Founder and Commander of the Russian Women’s Battalion of Death During the First World War
Maria Botchkareva
The modern ‘Joan of Arc’ of the Great War and Russian Revolution This the story of an astonishing life told in her own words. Maria Botchkareva (whose nickname was Yashka) was not only a soldier in..
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Entertaining the Tommies: Two Accounts of British Concert Parties ‘Over There’ During the First World War—Modern Troubadours by Lena Ashwell & My Greatest Adventure by Ada L. Ward
Lena Ashwell & Ada L. Ward
The experiences of the pioneers of entertainment for troops Troupes of entertainers visiting armed forces in areas of conflict are now a familiar concept, and the performers have become highly resp..
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Entertaining the Doughboys: Two Accounts of American Concert Parties ‘Over There’ During the First World War—Entertaining the American Army by James W. Evans & Gardner L. Harding and Trouping for the Troops by Margaret Mayo
James W. Evans, Gardner L. Harding & Margaret Mayo
Putting on a show for troops who marched under the ‘stars and bars’. Concert parties performing for soldiers on campaign were unknown before the First World War, but British entertainment troupes, ..
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The Romanovs, Rasputin, & Revolution—Fall of the Russian Royal Family—Rasputin and the Russian Revolution, With a Short Account Rasputin: His Influence and His Work from ‘One Year at the Russian Court: 1904-1905
Princess Catherine Radziwill & Renee Elton Maud
’The astonishing last days of the Russian imperial dynasty The principal work in this special Leonaur edition caused a sensation when it was first published since it is a ‘tell it all’ from the pen..
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Thirteen Years at the Russian Court: the Last Years of the Romanov Tsar and His Family by an Eyewitness
Pierre Gilliard
An intimate view of the last Russian Tsar and his family                        ..
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Nuns & the Great War 1914-18
D. M. C. & Sister M Antonia
The Irish Nuns at Ypres by D. M. C. & From Convent to Conflict or A Nun’s Account of the Invasion of Belgium by Sister M Antonia
Two accounts of faith and humanity   The ‘storm of war’ is apt epithet for conflict. Mankind dominates the planet and his science and ingenuity can raise great structures, transform landscapes ..
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The Stobart Nurses
Monica M. Stanley & Olive M. Aldridge
Accounts of British Volunteer Nurses During the First World War—My Diary in Serbia April 1, 1915—Nov. 1, 1915 by Monica M. Stanley & The Retreat from Serbia Through Montenegro and Albania by Olive M. Aldridge
Volunteer British nurses on the Eastern Front Despite the obvious tragedy of the First World War, it provided, as great conflicts invariably do, the catalyst for change in many aspects of European ..
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The V.A.Ds
Maud Mortimer, Olive Dent & Thekla Bowser
Accounts of the Voluntary Aid Detachment During the First World War 1914-18—A Green Tent in Flanders by Maud Mortimer, A V.A.D. in France by Olive Dent & Britain’s Civilian Volunteers by Thekla Bowser
Three accounts of the brave women volunteers of the V.A.Ds during the Great War   Although the wars of the later 19th century, such as the American Civil War and the Franco-Prussian War, offer..
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With the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry
Pat Beauchamp & Grace McDougall
Two Accounts of the F. A. N. Ys During the First World War—Fanny Goes to War by Pat Beauchamp & A Nurse at the War by Grace McDougall
The F. A. N. Ys—first anywhere! The First Aid Nursing Yeomanry was a female organisation formed in 1907. Its aim was not only to provide competent first aid on the battlefield put also to train its..
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Nothing Like a Nice Cuppa
Agnes M. Dixon, Cairns Collection of American Women Writers & C. G. R. S. and A. G. S.
Three Accounts of Y. M. C. A. Volunteers Who Served During the First World War—The Canteeners by Agnes M. Dixon, Red Triangle Girl in France by Cairns Collection of American Women Writers & Betty Stevenson, Y. M. C. A Edited by C. G. R. S. and A. G. S
The cup that cheers The First World War was considered the pinnacle in the development of warfare following the dawn of the industrial age. For the first time conflict on a global stage was fought ..
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Scottish Nurses in the First World War
Yvonne Fitzroy & Eva Shaw McLaren
With the Scottish Nurses in Roumania by Yvonne Fitzroy & A History of the Scottish Women’s Hospitals (Extract concerning service in the Balkans) by Eva Shaw McLaren
Nursing on the Balkan front lines At the outbreak of the First World War in 1914, the founder of the Scottish Women’s Hospitals, Dr. Elsie Inglis, approached the British War Office with the suggest..
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Women at War Work 1914-18
L. K. Yates
Two Views of British Women Engaged in Supplying the Allied Effort During the Great War

The Woman’s Part
by L. K. Yates

Carry On: British Women’s Work in Wartime
The Women of the Great War It has been a salient feature of twentieth century warfare that the industrial nature of conflict, combined with the huge number of men required and the numerous machines..
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My War Diary
Mary King Waddington
A Lady’s Experience of the Great War in Europe 1914-1918
The Great War in France—a lady’s intimate view Mary King Waddington was born in New York City. She married a French statesman, William Henry Waddington, his parents were naturalised citizens of Fra..
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The Cellar-House of Pervyse
G. E. Mitton
The Incredible Account of Two Nurses on the Western Front During the Great War
The two heroines of the front line This true story of the Great War is one of both remarkable events and outstanding human endeavour. Two British women, long time friends and motorcycling companion..
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In the Hands of the Arabs
Zetton Buchanan
An Airman’s Wife in Mesopotamia Post the First World War
A woman in Iraq This book of a woman’s ordeal at the hands of Arabs in post First World War Mesopotamia (now modern day Iraq) is such a riveting account that to describe too much would be to spoil ..
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