As part of the centennial celebration of the Presidency of Woodrow Wilson, the Wilson Library is pleased to present a one-day seminar featuring new research on World War I. Several World War I scholars will present new research on the conflict. Included among the speakers are Professor Michael Neiberg, U. S. Army War College; Professor Edward Lengel, University of Virginia; Ms. Claudia Covert, Rhode Island School of Design; and Mr. William Walker, Wilson Presidential Library. Topics to be discussed are the outbreak of the war; the American role in the Battle of Belleau Wood; the use of dazzle camouflage in the war at sea; and the attack on the fortified butte of Montfaucon.
April 14, 2012 9 :00 AM – 4 :00 PM