- Hunton, Addie W., and Kathryn M. Johnson. Two Colored Women with the American Expeditionary Force. Brooklyn: Brooklyn Eagle Press, 1920.
An account of two African American women assigned to work with segregated U.S. American troops in France.
Library of Congress, World War I Posters
Enlistment, recruitment, war relief, and propaganda posters aimed at or about women during World War I
Layson, Hana with Patricia Scanlan. “Gender and War Culture” in World War I in U.S. Popular Culture. The Newberry.
Illustrations from Life magazine about women during the war, with questions for discussion.
Adie, Kate. “What Did World War One Really Do for Women?”
An overview of British women at home and work during World War I, the legacy and how life changed for women following the war.
Bryn Mawr College Library Special Collections, “A Voice in Their Own Government”: Suffrage and World War I.
An article on U.S. American suffrage, highlighting items found in the Bryn Mawr College Library Special Collections.
National Women’s History Museum, “Clandestine Women: Spies in American History,” World War I.
Overview and biographies of stateside codebreakers and translators during World War I.
Patch, Nathaniel, “The Story of the Female Yeomen During the First World War.” Prologue 38, no. 3 (Fall 2006).
An article from Prologue magazine of the National Archives and Records Administration on women in the U.S. Navy during World War I.
American Women in World War I: They Also Served
Boulder: University of Colorado Press, 2006
Grayzel, Susan R.
Women and the First World War
London: Longman, 2002
Hammerle, Christa et al., eds.
Gender and the First World War
London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014
Higonnet, Margaret R.
Nurses at the Front: Writing the Wounds of War
Boston: Northeastern University Press, 2001
In Uncle Sam’s Service
Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004