The list author says: "The American experience in World War One often gets overlooked by historians and is underappreciated by many Americans. This list is presented to help Americans to better appreciate this neglected chapter of American History."
"This is an excellent book! Edward G. Lengel, (Sgt. Alvin C. York's cousin), has written the best book on the American perspective of World War One. You must obtain this book for your WW1 library. Well-reputed authors Martin Gilbert and John Keegan have given this book their praise and endorsement!"
"Mexico to declare war on the U.S.? Germany had a crazy idea! Barbara Tuchman, an excellent writer, elucidates Germany's scheme to get Mexico on it's side. Tuchman has also authored The Guns of August an excellent book on the origin of the war. See my other WW1 list!"
"Robert Laplander, author of Finding the Lost Battalion ...,(see above book) has submitted a scathing review of this book. You may wish to read his review. Be careful with this one!! It seems price prohibitive too!!"