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The documents in Series H cover the dramatic events between the outbreak of war in Europe in August 1914 to the armistice in November 1918. The broader themes covered in these 12 volumes include British diplomatic maneuvers to bring the neutral states into the war on the Allied side; homefront conditions of the Allies and the European neutrals; the war aims of the combatant nations; the blockade and economic warfare; and the morale and economic plight of the Central Powers. These volumes document the conditions in wartime Russia, Germany, and Austria-Hungary in extraordinary detail. They are an essential resource for the study of both the Allied and Central Powers during the First World War.

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A Catalogue Raisonné of the Works of the Most Eminent Dutch Painters of the Seventeenth Century

Eight-volume English edition reprinted in two volumes; two very scarce volumes of the German edition, which were not translated into English, reprinted in a separately available third volume.

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A Concordance to the Poems of Dylan Thomas

Romantic. Affirmative. Rhetorical. The poetry of Dylan Thomas urged readers to ponder life as they never had before. Researchers now have access to a concordance and word list keyed to the 1978 printing of Dylan Thomas: The Poems, edited by Daniel Jones.

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A People at War

Letters, diaries, memoirs, and other personal papers from the Civil War holdings of the Library of Congress. Edited by John R. Sellers.

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Accurate, up-to-date Pivot Profile data can help researchers get tapped by experts in their field.

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Books are for Use

If the library was for users, then, as Ranganathan had said, books were for use.

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