Andrew Mack

Woodrow Wilson and His New World Order

As a result of the Great War and the utter destruction upon the European continent, a new power arose and took the lead in attempting to bring peace to the nations — the United States. Spearheaded by then President Woodrow Wilson (1856–1924) in a series of speeches he outlined his ideas and plans for a future new-world order. This collection of speeches chronicles the ideals of a man who believed in a better world. The last text in this collection was a letter from the German diplomatic delegation written to the President during the Paris Peace Conference of 1919. It is included because of its historical significance pertaining to the League of Nations and its original formation. «100% — complete, commented, relevant»
87 printed pages
Original publication



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