Drinker.  Our War for Human Rights, The Great War (1918)
Drinker.  Our War for Human Rights, The Great War (1918)
Drinker.  Our War for Human Rights, The Great War (1918)
Drinker.  Our War for Human Rights, The Great War (1918)
Drinker.  Our War for Human Rights, The Great War (1918)
Drinker.  Our War for Human Rights, The Great War (1918)
Drinker.  Our War for Human Rights, The Great War (1918)
Drinker.  Our War for Human Rights, The Great War (1918)

Drinker. Our War for Human Rights, The Great War (1918)

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Drinker, Frederick E. Our War for Human Rights: being An Intensely Human and Brilliant Account of the World War and Why and For What Purpose America and the Allies are Fighting; Including The Horrors and Wonders of Modern Warfare, The New and Strange Devices that Have Come into Use, etc. (Washington, DC): (National Publishing Co.), (1917). [9435]

Copyright 1917 but printed after November, 1918, and the signing of the Armistice, which is printed at the end of the book.

Gray cloth decorated in red, white, and blue, binding very good with light end & corner wear, 8 1/2 x 6 1/4 inches, 1919 owner's signature on ffep, 432 clean text pages plus many unnumbered plates, tight. Very good. Hardcover.

"Illustrated with 128 genuine pictures from recent official photographs, also outline map drawings made especially for this volume."

Frederick Ellis Drinker (1872-1944), a native of Scranton, Pennsylvania, a journalist for newspapers in Scranton and Philadelphia.