In this webinar in the Views from the Embassy series, Patrick Gregory and other historians examine the journey taken by the USA - and its citizens - from neutrality to fighting force in World War 1.
President Woodrow Wilson’s Fourteen Points Speech.
US Declares War on Austria-Hungary 100 years ago.
U.S. sculptor Sabin Howard tells how he is using an innovative 3D printing collaboration in his stunning wall of remembrance.
A ‘fitting tribute to [Kimber’s sacrifice].
Patrick Gregory describes Pershing’s arrival in Europe.
Patrick Gregory describes Selective Service - how US created its WW1 army, with a mobilisation of 4 million troops by November 1918.
Patrick Gregory tells the story of how Missing In Action sailor Herbert Hammond Renshaw was finally commemorated – just in time for Centennial Memorial Day 2017.
Listen to BBC’s Rhod Sharp in conversation with author Patrick Gregory, including extracts of Arthur Kimber Clifford’s own words.