A project of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace beginning in 1920 and continuing throughout the 1920s and 1930s. The Internet Archive has a large number of these reports which focus on various belligerent nations.
Enhanced Parliamentary Papers on Ireland 1801 - 1922, or EPPI, represent a selection of catalogued and digitised British Parliamentary papers taken from the University of Southampton's unique Ford Collection of Official Publications. Funding was provided by the Arts and Humanities Research Board (AHRB).
Bibliographic records and searchable PDFs are now available for a large majority of the collection through the University of Southampton Library WebCat. No login is required. On the Advanced Searches page, we recommend a search strategy of typing 'EPPI' into the keywords plus any other search term(s).
For example: KW = "enhanced parliamentary papers" AND KW = war and PUBYEAR = 1914-1919
Government Documents - print
Public papers of the presidents of the United States [RIC Public Papers Collection: J82]
RIC holdings are separately catalogued by president. Search HELIN for TITLE “Public papers of the president*” and choose the administration of interest. For other collections of presidential documents, see Government Documents online in this LibGuide
Diplomatic Correspondence between the United States and belligerent governments relating to neutral rights and commerce (1915-1917) [RIC Public Papers Collection JX1 .A7 (6 volumes)]
Papers Related to the Foreign Relations of the United States (1870 - 1931) [RIC Public Papers Collection JX233 .A3]
British Documents on Foreign Affairs -- reports and papers from the Foreign Office confidential print JX632 .B772 1989 (15 volumes - Paris Peace Conference)[; [JX632 .B742 1986 (25 volumes - North America); JX1975.5 .G7B75 1992 (10 volumes - League of Nations)
Official German documents relating to the world war (2 vols) NOT at RIC [DS 505 .G55 1923 at PC, Wheaton]
Source Records of the Great War (7 volumes) : a comprehensive and readable source record of the world's great war, emphasizing the more important events, and presenting these as complete narratives in the actual words of the chief officials and most eminent leaders presenting documents from government archives and other authoritative sources, with outline narratives, indices, chronologies, and courses of reading on sociological movements and individual national activities. NOT at RIC [D521 H6 1930 at URI]