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- Williamson, Jr., Samuel R.: Aggressive and defensive aims of political elites. Austro-Hungarian policy in 1914, in: Afflerbach, Holger / Stevenson, D. (eds.): An improbable war? The outbreak of World War I and European political culture before 1914, New York 2007: Berghahn Books, pp. 60-74.
- Williamson, Jr., Samuel R.: Austria-Hungary and the origins of the First World War, New York 1991: St. Martin's Press.
- Williamson, Jr., Samuel R.: Leopold Count Berchtold. The man who could have prevented the Great War, in: Bischof, Günter / Plasser, Fritz / Berger, Peter (eds.): From empire to republic. Post-World War I Austria, New Orleans et al. 2012: UNO Press; Innsbruck University Press, pp. 24-51.
- Williamson, Jr., Samuel R.: The politics of grand strategy. Britain and France prepare for war, 1904-1914, Cambridge 1969: Harvard University Press.
- Williamson, Jr., Samuel R. / Van Wyk, Russel: July 1914. Soldiers, statesmen, and the coming of the Great War. A brief documentary history, Boston 2003: Bedford; St. Martin's.
- Williamson, Jr., Samuel R. / Pastor, Peter (eds.): Essays on World War I. Origins and prisoners of war, New York 1983: Brooklyn College Press.