Aiding a World at War: The American Red Cross and U.S. Humanitarian Assistance during the First World War Era

Lecture Description

In this lecture, Dr. Julia Irwin discusses the important history of U.S. foreign aid during the First World War era. Focusing on the unprecedented role that the American Red Cross and its volunteers played in delivering U.S. humanitarian assistance to war-torn Europe, she examines the political, diplomatic, and cultural relevance of foreign relief to U.S. foreign relations.

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Medicine World War I

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