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Dear Colleagues, I wanted to draw your attention to a number of Web projects on World War I in the Middle East recently published at: https://blogs.commons.georgetown.edu/world-war-i-in-the-middle-east/2011/10/25/welcome/ Some of these might prove useful for classroom discussion and student assignments. A list of projects is included below. best wishes, Mustafa "Mustafa Aksakal" <email@example.com> World War I in the Middle East: https://blogs.commons.georgetown.edu/world-war-i-in-the-middle-east/2011/10/25/welcome/ Yigit Akin: War Profiteers and the Ottoman Home Front during World War I Michael Bracy: From Practical to Potential: Arab Pilots in the RAF Nefin Dinc: From Constantinople to New York Lerna Ekmekcioglu: The Armenian National Delegation at the Paris Peace Conference and “The Role of the Armenian Woman during the War” Ellen Fleischmann: Report of Sidon Seminary, 1917-1918 Tait Keller: Soldiers in the Sand Andrew Patrick: Critical Communal Choices at the End of the Ottoman Empire Ayse Polat: WWI and Prostitution: the Banned Story of a Prostitute Woman Mario Ruiz: The Egyptian Labor Corps Holly Shissler: After the War: In Search of the Missing Len Smith: From Sèvres to Lausanne: How the “Game” of Peacemaking Changed and Who Changed It Nader Sohrabi: The One Year Event Summary of the General War, 1914-1915 Stefanie Wichhart: Year of the Locust in Photography