By: Edward Alexander Moore (1842-)
|The Story of a Cannoneer Under Stonewall Jackson In Which is Told the Part Taken by the Rockbridge Artillery in the Army of Northern Virginia|
By: Edward Alexander Powell (1879-1957)
|Fighting in Flanders|
|The New Frontiers of Freedom from the Alps to the Ægean|
|Italy at War and the Allies in the West|
By: Edward Alva Trueblood
|In the Flash Ranging Service Observations of an American Soldier During His Service With the A.E.F. in France|
By: Edward Carpenter (1844-1929)
|The Healing of Nations and the Hidden Sources of Their Strife|
By: Edward FitzGerald (1809-1883)
|Letters of Edward FitzGerald in two volumes, Vol. 1|
By: Edward G. D. (Edward George Downing) Liveing (1895-1963)
|Attack An Infantry Subaltern's Impression of July 1st, 1916|
By: Edward Gibbon (1737-1794)
|Memoirs of My Life and Writings|
By: Edward Gilliat (1841-1915)
Romance Of Modern Sieges; Describing The Personal Adventures, Resource And Daring of Besiegers and Besieged In All Parts Of The World
Lively narratives of some of the great siege battles of war. The book was written before World War I, in 1908. Some of the narratives contain language which was common in 19th and early twentieth century usage but which listeners today may find offensive.
By: Edward Gleichen (1863-1937)
|The Doings of the Fifteenth Infantry Brigade August 1914 to March 1915|
By: Edward Howard Griggs (1868-1951)
|The Soul of Democracy The Philosophy of the World War in Relation to Human Liberty|
By: Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett Dunsany (1878-1957)
|Unhappy Far-Off Things|
By: Edward John Thompson (1886-1946)
|The Leicestershires beyond Baghdad|
By: Edward Osler (1798-1863)
|The Life of Admiral Viscount Exmouth|
By: Edward P. Lowry
|With the Guards' Brigade from Bloemfontein to Koomati Poort and Back|
By: Edward Payson Roe (1838-1888)
By: Edward Phillips Oppenheim
The Zeppelin's Passenger
The Zeppelin’s Passenger is a tale of German espionage in England during World War I. Dreymarsh is a fictional “backwater” area in England with no apparent military value. The story begins with Dreymarsh residents discovering an observation car from a German zeppelin along with a Homburg hat near Dreymarsh. The mystery is further complicated when an Englishman, Mr. Hamar Lessingham, presents himself at Mainsail Haul which is the residence of Sir Henry Cranston. Lessingham bears with him, hand-carried letters from Major Richard Halstead, and a British prisoner of war in Germany...
Havoc occurs when European countries are discussing covert alliances. The story revolves around the creation of a secret alliance between Germany, Russia, and Austria. The English hope to split Russia away by holding the Czar to his previous public commitments, but they need proof of what was done to create the pressure. All the pressures that lead to WWI are there, but the intrigues and secret treaties create an interesting background to the twists and turns of the plot.
The setting is the years prior to the outbreak of World War I. It is a time when Germany is outwardly preparing for war but Britain continues to believe it is invincible and that no one would challenge her. A vast German spy network flourishes in England, often in plain view. The main character is Francis Norgate, an aspiring British diplomat who falls in disfavor with his superiors for defending a woman while stationed in Berlin. The resulting scandal causes Norgate to be recalled. On the way home, he meets a German gentleman, Selingman, who claims to be a crockery salesman...
A conference of European nations is being held in the Hague. England has not been invited to attend. Some think war is about to break out. Mr. John P. Dunster, an American, is traveling to the Hague with an important document that may prevent the outbreak of war when he mysteriously disappears after a train wreck in England. Richard Hamel is asked by the British government to attempt to solve the mystery of Dunster’s disappearance and prevent the outbreak of war in Europe.
By: Edward Stratemeyer (1862-1930)
|The Rover Boys on a Hunt or The Mysterious House in the Woods|
|The Rover Boys Under Canvas or The Mystery of the Wrecked Submarine|
By: Edward Streeter (1891-1976)
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. The letters are humorous, mis-spelled, and have many stories of life in an army camp – all from Bill’s unique perspective.
By: Edward Sylvester Ellis (1840-1916)
|The Daughter of the Chieftain : the Story of an Indian Girl|
By: Edward William Bok (1863-1930)
|The Americanization of Edward Bok : the autobiography of a Dutch boy fifty years after|
By: Edwin F. Benson (1867-1940)
|Crescent and Iron Cross|
"Dodo Wonders" is the third and last of the "Dodo" novels by E.F. Benson, author of the "Mapp and Lucia" series as well as numerous stand-alone novels and short stories. Dodo was rumored to be based on Lady Margot Asquith; when questioned about it, Lady Asquith reportedly replied that Benson had taken nothing from her for the character of Dodo "except her drawing-room." "Dodo Wonders" takes Benson's characters, the glittering socialite Lady Dodo Chesterford, her husband, and friends into World War I-era England...
By: Edwin George Rundle (1838-)
|A Soldier's Life Being the Personal Reminiscences of Edwin G. Rundle|
By: Elbert Hubbard (1856-1915)
|A Message to Garcia Being a Preachment|
By: Eleanor C. (Eleanor Catherine) Price
|Angelot A Story of the First Empire|