WOODROW WILSON AND AMERICA’S FIRST ATTEMPT AT ESTABLISHING A NEW WORLD ORDER

When:
December 13, 2018 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
2018-12-13T19:00:00-01:00
2018-12-13T20:30:00-01:00
Where:
Manchester Branch, Ocean County Library
Manchester Township
NJ
USA
Contact:
Michael Mahoney, Librarian
732 657 7600

America’s first effort at establishing a new world order on behalf of a troubled world was the vision President Woodrow Wilson put forth at the Versailles Peace Conference in the spring of 1919. Historians view this as a failed effort because the U.S. did not join the League of Nations after World War I. This presentation will contend that Wilson did succeed in fostering a new world in Europe that despite World War II and the Cold War is in place today. A Europe at peace with itself is the result.

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