Your WWI viewing pleasure on the C-SPAN networks this weekend. All times Central, and no responsibility here for any schedule changes. Programs can usually be viewed on the C-SPAN website after their first viewing on the networks.
Sunday, June 18–2:00 p.m. Why Wilson Matters. Tony Smith of Tufts University speaks of the impact of Woodrow Wilson on American foreign policy. Repeats at 5:30 a.m. Monday morning the 19th.
Monday, June 19th–4:30 a.m. World War I. Jennifer Keene of Chapman University speaks on her book, World War I: The American Soldier Experience.
Saturday, June 17–1:00 p.m. World War I Navy. James Rentfrow of the U.S. Naval Academy speaks on how the Navy evolved between the Spanish-American War and World War I.
-6:20 p.m. Syrian Immigrants During World War I. Stacy Farenthold talks on Syrian immigrant and what they did during WWI.
-9:00 p.m. Home Front 1917-1919. Educational film that discusses the effect of WWI on the United States. Repeats at 3:00 p.m. Sunday afternoon and 1:00 a.m. Monday morning.
Sunday, June 18–7:00 a.m. Woodrow Wilson’s Legacy. Panel discussion about Wilson’s impact on the country.