The word propaganda is considered to be negative: it suggests lying, exaggeration, and manipulation. But if propaganda can be defined as spreading information to support a cause, then it could be a good thing. Almost every country and organization uses some kind of propaganda. The U.S. began to use domestic propaganda in an organized way during World … More Propaganda Americana in the Great War
One hundred years ago this month, President Woodrow Wilson plunged the United States into World War One. Wilson’s choice to push for war still baffles scholars and historians. U.S. interests were not at risk, and the country still felt a strong aversion to dealings with other countries. Influential citizens like Henry Ford and feminist Jane … More 100 Years Ago, Woodrow Wilson Made a Decision that Shaped our World
Was George V indirectly to blame for the murder of his Romanov cousins? Did he fear his own English crown would be jeopardized if he gave asylum to the Russian Tsar? There is evidence that the English royals were worried. They had good reason to be. The costs of the Great War were so much more … More Was King George V Responsible for the Murder of the Romanovs?