Delaware County District Library has come together as a system to commemorate those who fought in WWI. Through book discussions, local history walks, and expert speakers, we hope to pay tribute to a generation.
- Angels in the Gloom
- The Daughters of Mars
- The Unknowns
- A Casualty of War
- Readers' Choice (Powell and Orange)
Want to learn more about the Great War? Take a look at some of these articles, provided by NewsBank.
Local History Night: WWI 100 Year Anniversary
Brush up on your WWI history by reading news articles about the key events and battles of the Great War. Research events like these in our NewsBank resource, available to you, any time.
- Archduke Assassination (June 1914)
- Battle of Marne (September 1914)
- Battle of Ypres (October 1914)
- Lusitania Sinking (1915)
- Battle of Verdun (1916)
- Selective Service Act (1917)
- Zimmerman Telegraph (1917)
- Armistice (1918)
WWI on the Ohio Home Front
Read firsthand accounts from Ohioans who participated in WWI and the influence of their participation. These articles and more are available to you, any time, in our NewsBank resource.
- Letters from WWI
- WWI Erupted: Intrepid U.S. Ambassador and His Wife Were America's First Responders in Paris
- Blue Star Service Traces its Origins to WWI
- Remembering First Ohioan Killed in WWI
Local History Night: The End of the War
Interested to read more about Armistice Day? These articles and more are available to you, any time, in our NewsBank resource.
- Remembering Armistice Day
- Why Do the British Wear a Poppy on Remembrance Day?
- The Reverent History of Armistice Day