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JSTOR - Academic Journals
Gale eBooks - Non Fiction
eBook: The Industrial Revolution
By the dawn of the twentieth century, most cities in America and Europe had developed into industrial centers where cars and ships were manufactured, steel was produced and factories churned out consumer products.
eBook: Life During the Industrial Revolution
Learn about what their days consisted of, what they ate and wore, and more! Primary sources with accompanying questions, multiple prompts, A Day in the Life section, index, and glossary also included.
eBooks - World War I
eBook: World War I: The Australian Experience
This book tells the story of how Australia unquestioningly entered a conflict on the opposite side of the world. It is a chronicle of great bravery when poorly trained and naive young men went to a war on the other side of the world and returned as Anzacs.
eBook: Cause and Effect: World War 1
Through thoughtful narrative supported by fully documented quotes this title begins with A Brief History of World War I and then examines these questions: How Did an Austrian Nobleman's Assassination Lead to the Outbreak of World War I? How Did the Russian Revolution Change the Course of World War I? How Did Germany's Naval Strategy Influence the US Decision to Enter the War? How Did US entry into the War Lead to an Allied Victory?
eBook: A Brief History of the First World War
Use your Wheelers logon and password to sign in. These compelling eyewitness accounts - over 180 of them - of the War to End All Wars. There are contributions from all combatant nations, including the UK, USA, France, Germany, Canada, Italy, Australia, Russia, Serbia, and India and the book includes a detailed timeline and maps.
eBook - The Anzac Spirit
This book tells the story of Australia's long military history since the 1860s -- in New Zealand, the Sudan, South Africa, World War I, World War II, Korea, Malaya, Vietnam, Afghanistan and Iraq. The Anzac Spirit defines Australia's military past, present and future.
Indigenous Australians and War