Against Wilson and War, 1914-1917 ebook
by Ernest A. McKay
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Wilson's biographers and the authors of books about American diplomatic history in the Word War I period recognize that there was substantial .
Wilson's biographers and the authors of books about American diplomatic history in the Word War I period recognize that there was substantial domestic opposition to involvement in the war. Contemporaries, including the president, were worried about the loyalty of the millions of new immigrants, commonly referred to as "hyphenates.
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The American entry into World War I came in April 1917, after more than two and a half years of efforts by President Woodrow Wilson to keep the United States out of the war. Apart from an Anglophile element urging early support for the British, Ameri. Apart from an Anglophile element urging early support for the British, American public opinion reflected that of the president: the sentiment for neutrality was particularly strong among Irish Americans, German Americans, and Scandinavian Americans, as well as among church leaders and among women in general.
In 1914, as the shadow of war falls across Europe, a party led by veteran explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton sets out to become the first to traverse the Antarctic continent. Their initial optimism is short-lived, however, as the ice field slowly thickens, encasing the ship Endurance in a death-grip, crushing their craft, and marooning 28 men on a polar ice floe. In an epic struggle of man versus the elements, Shackleton leads his team on a harrowing quest for survival over some of the most unforgiving terrain in the world.
Wilson's conception of neutrality, Tucker argues, can be traced back to Thomas Jefferson, who had regarded it as integral to the maintenance of national honor, prestige, and even independence. Wilson's efforts to maintain and assert neutrality would be complicated by two major factors: America's growing economic might and the president's messianic sense of his country's role as an international beacon of freedom.
BRITISH AND AMERICAN POEMS OF THE WORLD WAR, 1914-1919. Professor of English in the University of Tennessee. HODDER AND STOUGHTON. LONDON NEW YORK TORONTO. To all those who have fought for freedom. Now let us all for the Perssy praye To Jhesu most of myght, To bryng hys sowlle to the blysse of heven, For he was a gentyll knyght. The Battle of Otterburn.