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Woodrow Wilson and the Great War--Afternoon Lecture

Thursday, October 24, 2019
1:30 pm
Hunter Family Education Hall
$15 Members, $20 Non-Members

Presented by Dennis Cremin, PhD, Chair and Associate Professor, History Department, Lewis University

Dr. Dennis Cremin will explore the Great War and some of its legacies. "The war set so many events in motion," says Cremin. "For example, it contributed to the fall of Czarist Russia and the rise of the communist state. Closer to home, it also advanced the cause of women's suffrage, the advancement of the temperance movement, and the perceived military power of the country."

Guests are encouraged to arrive early or stay after to view the Woodrow Wilson exhibit in the Gallery. (The lecture will also be presented at 7 p.m.)