World War I Podcast

Embattled Neutrality: The Western Hemisphere, Europe, and Woodrow Wilson



In October 2016, the World War One Historical Association hosted a World War I Centennial Symposium at the MacArthur Memorial. Historian Paul Walsh examined American neutrality and the political difficulties faced by President Woodrow Wilson from 1914-1917. Keeping America out of war during that period grew increasingly difficult, and Walsh explains how public opinion gradually began to swing in favor of backing the Entente Powers. ) To learn more about the World War One Historical Association, visit