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Revolutions: Great War / World War I Remote, “Student Choice” Unit: Reference Items

General Search Tip

Note: When searching databases and ebooks we have identified below, you will want to search for "World War I" in quotation marks. (In this case the "I" is a capital letter "i" not a number 1). Scholarly articles use roman numerals for the World Wars (hence, the "i") and using quotes around the phrase helps to ensure you get World War I results, not World War I and World War II results. 

World War I Reference Articles

This box contains links directly to "World War I" main entries from different reference ebooks/databases. After each entry we will also include a link to the main search page of the ebook/database.

Reference Databases

Internet Reference Source

Reference eBooks

NoodleTools General Tips

1. Where did you find your source?

  • Most likely it will be one of these:
    • Database 
    • Website

2. What is your source?

  • Most likely, it will be one of these:
    • Journal
    • Newspaper
    • Book
    • Reference Source
    • Web Page

Not sure? Email Mr. Padgett or Ms. Taylor!