Eisenhower trip to Georgetown Patton
Walsh was also at the Versailles Conference in 1919. Otto Von Bismarck expelled the Jesuits out of Germany in 1872. With the signing of the Versailles treaty it was part of the treaty of letting the Jesuits back into Germany. Again why is a Jesuit priest so involved in the U.S. foreign policy? Could it be that our foreign policy comes from the "School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University?? Why is Ike, the president of the United States, at a Jesuit University dedication of Jesuit Edmund A. Walsh? Jesuits were formed at the council of Trent in 1540, to counter the reformation. Now keep this in mind when you read Eisenhower presentation, that before 1776 the Jesuits were not allowed in the original 13 colonies. When the Jesuits were found, they went back to England in chains. Now in 2016 we have a "School of Foreign Service of Georgetown University" in a Jesuit University located in Washington D.C. founded by Jesuit John Carroll in 1789.