In this Lecture, I will continue discussing the Woodrow Wilson era with the United States involvement in World War I between 1917-1918; this Lecture will also discuss the end of World War I and its aftermath, and the Early 1920s that follow in American History.
Here are some basic topics that I will cover in this Lecture on various historical events or famous people associated with this historical period:
What was the American Expeditionary Force? What American general led the A.E.F. in France? What were some famous battles that American forces fought in France against Germany? What famous American soldier was the most decorated in World War I? What was the Lost Battalion? What was the end date of World War I? What peace plan did President Woodrow Wilson develop in 1918 to help end World War I and create diplomatic peace in Europe? Who were the Big Four that dominated the Paris Peace Conference in 1919? What treaty did ended World War I? What was the League of Nations? What was Spanish Flu Pandemic? What political events occurred in the 1920 Presidential Election?
This Lecture includes a short video from Sky News channel entitled “WW1 brought to life in colour”.
HISTORY OF WORLD WORLD I ERA UNDER WILSON ADMINISTRATION [PART 2] – AMERICAN HISTORY LECTURE SERIES
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Associate Professor of History
Baton Rouge Community College