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Faith, Thomas. "'We are Still Letting That Building Alone': The Mustard Gas Plant at Edgewood Arsenal, Maryland, in World War I." Journal of America's Military Past, 120 (Fall 2012): 29-42.
Categories: World War I
Hill, Mike, comp. "World War I Participants." Chronicles of St. Mary's, (Fall 2012): 20-36.
Messimer, Dwight. The Baltimore Sabotage Cell: German Agents, American Traitors, and the U-Boat Deutschland during World War I. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 2015.
Talbot, Damon. "All Together! A Look at World War I Propaganda Posters." MdHS News, (Spring 2016): 14-17.
Harner, Deborah L. "The Maryland Military Homefront during World War I." Maryland Historical Magazine, 111 (Spring/Summer 2016): 108-25.
Hagan, Kenneth J. "Incubation of a World War I Flag Officer." Naval History, 31 (April 2017): 26-31.
Armstrong, William M. Maryland in World War I. Images of America. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2017.
Categories: Military, World War I
Holden, Charles. "'Prominent Men Badly Beaten': the Baltimore Pro-War Riot of 1917." Maryland Historical Magazine, 112 (Fall/Winter 2017): 266-85.
Woodburn, Pat. "The World War I German Spy Who Lived at Cornfield Harbor: History of Jules Crawford Silber in St. Mary's County." Chronicles of St. Mary's, (Fall 2018): 26-32.
Hurry, Robert J. "M.M. Davis & Son Shipyard—The World War Era, Part I: Preparing for War." Bugeye Times, 43 (Spring 2018): 1, 3-4.
Hurry, Robert J. "M.M. Davis & Son Shipyard—The World War Era, Part II: Wartime Production." Bugeye Times, 43 (Summer 2018): 3-6.
Ringgold, Ray. "Camp Meade/Severn: World War I and how it Affected the Local Community." Anne Arundel County History Notes, 49 (Summer 2018): 5-7.
Miller, Bonnie Fairgrieve, Jean Elizabeth Fairgrieve, and Mitchell Vern Wayman. "Remembering Three Cousins Who Fought in World War I and Other Local Soldiers Who Made the Supreme Sacrifice." Journal of the Alleghenies, 60 (2019): 39-54.
Welles, Judith. "On the Home Front in Montgomery County during World War I." Montgomery County Story, 61 (Winter 2018-19): 1-8.