I don't recommend using the Library Search tool for the Mini Research Assignment. An important part of that assignment is to be able to identify and discuss the disciplinary perspective(s) of the article or chapter you are using. Starting with a disciplinary-specific database will make that easier. If you are interested in a discipline outside the ones listed, send me an email and I can suggest the best database.
While the database can give you a clue to what disciplinary perspective an article will take, it isn't foolproof. Also look for the following.
We have one focused on the US and one focused on world history. For WW I, you may need to search both.
My past experiences indicates a fair number of sociology journals and scholars with interests that overlap with women's and gender studies. Several of the peace and conflict studies journals I checked also appeared in this database.
A book chapter is another option for your Mini Research Project reading. You may run across some books or book chapters while searching in the databases listed above, but it may be faster to search the library catalog directly. The video below shows you how to do it.
If you need to link to an article or book, never use the link from the browser window! Always look for a way to get a permalink/persistent URL.