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Join famous philosophers, scientists, writers, and political figures as they engage in witty banter and discuss pressing issues of the Enlightenment Period or the Paris 1919 peace conference.
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Primary Source Websites for World War I: Aftermath


Web Search Evaluation

If students use resources other than recommended library databases and websites, students will fill out web evaluation sheet to confirm that resources are valid and trustworthy resources. 

Library Databases and How to Cite Them

(Paris Peace Conferece,1919, with President Woodrow Wilson on far right. Photo from Britannica Image Quest.)

Databases can be accessed at school or at home. See Database GoogleDoc username and password.

Use Advanced Search with the Gale Database to narrow results to a journal publication, such as History Today.  The little blue circle with the i on it provides information on citing the database using NoodleTools.


Paris 1919 Books

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Paris 1919 - Margaret MacMillan; Richard Holbrooke (Foreword by)
Call Number: 940.3141 MAC
ISBN: 0375760520
Publication Date: 2003-09-09
Personalities, ideals, and prejudices of the men who shaped the Paris peace treaty following World War I.

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History in Quotations - M. J. Cohen; John Major; Simon Schama (Foreword by)
Call Number: REF 909 COH
ISBN: 0304353876
Publication Date: 2004
Use index to locate quotes by Enlightenment figures as well as historical context of the quote.

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Breaking the Heart of the World - John Milton Cooper
Call Number: 973.91 COO
ISBN: 0521807867
Publication Date: 2001-09-24
Explores Woodrow Wilson's battle to gain popular and political support for the United States' position in the League of Nations at the end of World War I.

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World War I - UXL Staff (Contribution by)
Call Number: 940.3 PEN
ISBN: 0787654787
Publication Date: 2001-10-26
Primary sources for World War I.

History of World War I: Victory and Defeat, 1917-1918
Call Number: REF 940.3 HIS
Discusses Germany's defeat, the peace terms, the war's legacy in Europe and the U.S., and its impact on India, China, and the Middle East.


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