World War I - further reading guide

World War I - further reading guide

libcom's guide to further reading around World War I and the collapse of social democracy.

Imperialism: The Highest Stage of Capitalism - Lenin
The Collapse of the 2nd International - Lenin
The Junius Pamphelet - Luxemburg
Against the Stream – Lenin/Zinoviev
Mutinies – Dave Lamb
Imperialism and the Split in Socialism – Lenin
Socialism and the Great War – G. Haupt
Why War? – K. Nelson/S. Olin, Jr.
International Socialism and the World War – M. Fainsod
Lenin's Struggle for a Revolutionary International
The Balkan Wars – Trotsky
The First Three Internationals - Novack
Political Profiles - Trotsky
On The Spartacus Program - R. Luxemburg
The Guns of August - B. Tuchman
The First World War: An Agrarian Interpretation - A. Offer
The Persistence of The Old Regime - Arno Mayer
The Other Battleground: The Home Fronts - Williams

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Steven.
Jan 29 2010 18:31

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drowsy
May 2 2013 19:21

moved to WW2 reading guide

drowsy
May 7 2013 16:24

Good additions to the World War I reading guide would be these:

The Allied Food Blockade of Germany, 1918-19 by N. P. Howard

Eric J. Leed, No Man's Land: Combat and Identity in World War 1

Edward E. McCullough, How The First World War Began

Wolfgang J Mommsen, Imperial Germany, 1867-1918: Politics, Culture and Society in an Authoritarian State

John Morrow, The Great War: an imperial history

Practical History, 'Churchill, the Cenotaph and May Day 2000'

Woodruff D. Smith, European imperialism in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries

John Zerzan, 'Origins and Meaning of WWI', Telos, no. 49, Fall 1981

WOMEN AND WORLD WAR ONE

Karen Hagemann, Home/Front; the Military, War and Gender in Twentieth Century Germany,

Gail Braybon, Evidence, History and the Great War

Beverley Engel, 'Subsistence Riots in Russia during World War One', Journal of Modern History, Vol.69.

Ute Daniel, The War from Within: German Women in the First World War

Laura Lee Downs, Manufacturing Inequality: Gender Division in the French and British Metalworking Industries, 1914-39