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First World War Centenary Prose Collection Vol. I

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This collection of non-fiction and fiction, with its companion poetry collection, commemorates the outbreak of the First World War on 28th J…

Dere Mable

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Edward Streeter

Bill is in training camp, preparing to go off to World War I. This book is a collection of love letters written to his sweetheart, Mable. Th…

The Thirty-nine Steps (Version 3)

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John Buchan

The Thirty-Nine Steps is an adventure spy novel by John Buchan written in 1914. Told from the first-person point of view, it relates the adv…

Digger Smith

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C. J. Dennis

“Digger Smith” is a series of narrative poems about an Australian soldier coming home in the closing months of the Great War minus a leg and…

Grace Harlowe with the Yankee Shock Boys at St. Quentin

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Jessie Graham Flower and Josephine Chase

Grace Harlowe with the Yankee Shock Boys at St. Quentin finds Grace an active participant in that most brilliant single achievement of the w…

The War Workers

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E. M. Delafield

This is an early work by the author of "Diary Of A Provincial Lady". During the first world war, in the Midlands, there was a plac…

The Begum's Fortune

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Jules Verne

A novel with some utopian elements, but primarily dystopian. A French doctor and a German professor both inherit a vast fortune as descendan…

Non-Combatants and Others

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Rose Macaulay

Through a variety of experiences of the effects of the First World War, an art student is drawn into pacifism. Rose Macaulay's satirical no…

No Man's Land

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This book was written by a British Army officer and decorated Western Front veteran. Soldiers could not publish books using their real names…

Grace Harlowe with the American Army on the Rhine

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Jessie Graham Flower

Although the war has ended, Grace still faces many trials as she continues her journey to the Rhine, when she discovers Germans still plotti…

Soldiers' Pay

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William Faulkner

Soldiers return from the War to a mixed reception in America. The first novel by one of the 20th century's most poetic writers experimentin…

Theodore Savage: A Story of the Past or the Future

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Cicely Hamilton

Theodore Savage: A Story of the Past or the Future is an early work of dystopian science fiction.

What the Bullet Sang

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Bret Harte

LibriVox volunteers bring you 8 recordings of What the Bullet sang by Bret Harte. This was the Weekly Poetry project for May 18th, 2010.

Pierrot, Dog Of Belgium

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Walter Alden Dyer

This 1915 novella was published as the First World War raged. "Belgium lies bleeding. Across her level, lush meadows the harsh-shod h…

The Pirates

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Morgan Robertson

A dozen men jailbreak from a naval prison, and steal the newest destroyer tied up at the docks to escape in: the fastest ship in the navy. …

The Reign of George VI, 1900-1925: A Forecast Written in the Year 1763

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Samuel Madden, Charles Oman and Charles William Chadwick Oman

Imagine a world in which there were no major revolutionary upheavals (the American, French and Russian revolutions did not occur), there was…

The Radio Gunner

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Alexander Forbes

Originally published anonymously in 1924, this intriguing work of science fiction, categorized by Bleiler under 'imaginary wars and inventio…

No More Parades

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Ford Madox Ford

When No More Parades was first published in 1925, a critic in The Observer wrote of the first 100 pages that they "easily surpass in tr…

The World’s Story Volume XV: The World War

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Horatio W. Dresser

This is the last volume of the 15-volume series The World’s Story, originally started by Eva March Tappan. This book, edited by Horatio W. D…

The Red Flower

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Henry van Dyke

LibriVox volunteers bring you 27 recordings of The Red Flower by Henry van Dyke. This was the Weekly Poetry project for March 11, 2012.Dr. H…

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