“Woodrow Wilson and America’s First Attempt at Establishing a New World Order”

“Woodrow Wilson and America’s First Attempt at Establishing a New World Order”

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.

Upcoming Events

Nov
1
Wed
6:30 pm THE LONGEST WALK – THE AMAZING S... @ Avon Marina
THE LONGEST WALK – THE AMAZING S... @ Avon Marina
Nov 1 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
A presentation on the recently published book, “The Longest Walk,” the story of the 116th Infantry Regiment of the 29th Infantry Division which landed on Omaha Beach on D-Day June 6, 1944. The regiment’s exploits were featured in the riveting opening scene of the movie “Saving Private Ryan.” This regiment[...]
Nov
8
Wed
7:00 pm OPERATION TORCH: THE ALLIED INVA... @ Monmouth County Library Eastern Branch
OPERATION TORCH: THE ALLIED INVA... @ Monmouth County Library Eastern Branch
Nov 8 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
On November 8, 1942 an Anglo-American force landed in French Morocco and Algeria with the aim and goal to gain complete control of North Africa and defeat General Erwin Rommel’s German-Italian Army in Libya. TORCH was primarily an American operation under the command of Lt.-General Dwight D. Eisenhower assisted by[...]
Nov
15
Wed
7:30 pm CRITICAL WW II TURNING POINT – T... @ Cranford Public Library
CRITICAL WW II TURNING POINT – T... @ Cranford Public Library
Nov 15 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Guadalcanal, a Japanese occupied island in the Solomon Island chain in the South Pacific was invaded by a major US Marine force on August 7, 1942. The bloody and protracted struggle for this steamy, malaria-ridden, rain-sodden island lasted for nearly 6 months resulting in over 6000 casualties to include 1752[...]

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