1. The Sleepwalkers: How Europe Went to War in 1914, Christopher Clark.
2. Eric Margolis explains, “The problem is that too many cooks in Washington are spoiling its Mideast soup. In his magnificent new book, The Sleepwalkers, Prof. Christopher Clark of Cambridge describes how World War I was in part ignited by small numbers of anti-German officials in France, Russia, Serbia and Britain who often undermined their own government’s moderate policies.”
3. Here is an interesting review of the Huns, a.k.a. Germans, of WWI.
4. America Goes to War, Charles Callan Tansill.
5. The Illusion of Victory: America in World War I, Thomas Fleming.
6. Here is a review of Flemming’s book by David Gordon.
7. Tolkien and the Great War: The Threshold of Middle-earth, John Garth.
8. War by Timetable: How the First World War Began, A J P Taylor, 2013.
9. The Great War: Western Front and Home Front, Hunt Tooley, 2016.
The 1930 movie, All Quiet on the Western Front, may serve as one of the better anti-war movies of all time.
10. A Century of War: Anglo-American Oil Politics and the New World Order, F. William Engdahl, 2012.