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  1. Why We Are at War : Messages to the Congress January to April 1917 by Woodrow Wilson, 2009-08-02
  2. Woodrow Wilson and the Lost Peace by Thomas A. Bailey, 1978-04
  3. Woodrow Wilson and the great betrayal, by Thomas Andrew Bailey, 1945
  4. Jefferson, Lincoln, and Wilson: The American Dilemma of Race and Democracy
  5. Second Inauguration of Woodrow Wilson as President o the United States and Thomas Riley Marshall as Vice President of the United States. March 5, 1917 by Woodrow Wilson, 1918
  6. Official report of the proceedings of the Democratic national convention, held in Baltimore, Maryland, June 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 and July 1 and 2, 1912, resulting in the nomination of Hon. Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey for president and Hon. Thomas Riley Marshall of Indiana for vice-president
  7. President Woodrow Wilson and his Pierce-Arrow by William H. B Thomas, 1973
  8. Woodrow Wilson, a sketch; together with a short review of the career of Thomas R. Marshall, vice-pre by Gounder, Howard M.], 2009-07-17
  9. Woodrow Wilson, a sketch; together with a short review of the career of Thomas R. Marshall, vice-president .. Volume 1
  10. Starling of the White House: The story of the man whose Secret Service detail guarded five presidents from Woodrow Wilson to Franklin D. Roosevelt as told to Thomas Sugrue by Col. Edmund W. Starling by Thomas Sugrue Edmund W. Starling, 1969-01-01
  11. Starling Of The White House: The Story of the Mans Whos Secret Service Detail Guraded Five Presidents From Woodrow Wilson to Franklin D. Roosevelt, as Told To Thomas Sugrue
  13. Woodrow Wilson: His Career, His Statesmanship And His Public Policies (1912) by Hester E. Hosford, 2008-06-02
  14. Legacies and Ambiguities: Postwar Fiction and Culture in West Germany and Japan (Woodrow Wilson Center Press)

81. Woodrow Wilson
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82. Thomas Woodrow Wilson: Awards Won By Thomas Woodrow Wilson
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83. Wilson, (Thomas) Woodrow. The American Heritage® Dictionary Of The English Lang
2000. wilson, (thomas) woodrow. DATES 1856–1924. The winner of the 1919 NobelPeace Prize, he was unable to convince the US Senate to ratify the treaty.
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84. US Vice Presidents, 1913-1929
thomas Marshall Served under woodrow wilson 19131921 in September 1919, after wilsonsuffered a stroke; instead, he allowed Mrs. wilson to unofficially
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    The Vice Presidents     of the United States Thomas Marshall   Calvin Coolidge   Charles G. Dawes   Thomas Marshall    Served under Woodrow Wilson 1913-1921 The Twenty-Eighth Vice President Born: March 14, 1854 Died: June 1, 1925 State: Indiana Party: Democrat Graduated from Wabash College (1873). Admitted to the Ohio bar in 1875, he also practiced law in Indiana. Governor of Indiana (1909-13). Vice President of the United States (1913-21). He might have become President in September 1919, after Wilson suffered a stroke; instead, he allowed Mrs. Wilson to unofficially act as President in her husband's place. Served on the Federal Coal Commission (1922-23). Wrote and practiced law after leaving politics.

85. WOODROW WILSON Autograph
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86. Woodrow Wilson
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The twenty-eighth President of the United States, whose full name was Thomas Woodrow Wilson, was born on December 28, 1856, in Staunton , Virginia, to parents Joseph R. Wilson and Janet Woodrow Wilson. Young "Tommy's" father was a prominent southern Presbyterian minister and teacher, and his mother was descended from a strong Presbyterian family as well. Shortly after the boy's birth, the family moved to Augusta, Georgia, where Tommy spent the majority of his formative years. When he was fifteen or so, the family moved again to Columbia, South Carolina. The Civil War deeply ravaged the South during the 1860s and as a consequence, many of the schools had been shut down. Ironically, the boy who would one day become a great scholar, educator, and President therefore did not receive any formal education until he was nearly in his teenage years. He did not even have any reading skills until he was nine years old.

87. Woodrow Wilson
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88. Woodrow Wilson
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Click the portraits for brief biographies on Woodrow Wilson and second wife courtesy of the White House Birthplace: Staunton, Virginia Date of Birth: December 28, 1856 Education: Princeton (Then College of New Jersey), University of Virginia Law School, John Hopkins University Occupations: Teacher, President of Princeton, Governor 28th President: Served 1913-17, 1917-21 Political Party: Democratic Vice President: Thomas R. Marshall Votes: Popular-6,296,547 (42%)
Electoral: 435/531, 277/531 First Lady: Ellen Louise Axson Wilson , Edith Bolling Galt Wilson Significant Events of Presidency:
  • The Panama Canal was opened to traffic, 1914
  • Clayton Anti-trust Act passed, 1914
  • U.S. involvement in World War I began, 1917
  • U.S. purchased Virgin Islands from Denmark, 1917
  • The 19th Amendment adopted, giving women the right to vote, 1920
  • Awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, 1919
Famous Quotes:
"The world must be made safe for democracy." -April 2, 1917 "When I think of the flag...I see alternate stripes of parchment upon which are written the rights of liberty and justice, and stripes of blood to vindicate those rights, and then, in the corner, a prediction of the blue serene into which every nation may swim which stands for those great things." -Woodrow Wilson "The flag is the embodiment, not of sentiment, but of history. Itrepresents the experience made by men and under that flag."

89. Wilson, Woodrow
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90. Vision - Woodrow Wilson - Making The World Safe For Democracy
thomas woodrow wilson is perhaps best remembered for his devotion to Young woodrowexperienced some of the horrors of wilson’s most cherished concept was the
MAKING THE WORLD SAFE FOR DEMOCRACY Thomas Woodrow Wilson is perhaps best remembered for his devotion to the cause of world peace in the formation of the League of Nations. As a youth, Wilson became a lover of English literature and history. He also took an early interest in politics and in the great essayists and orators of the English language. Earning degrees from the College of New Jersey and the University of Virginia law school, Wilson established himself as a lawyer in 1882. He returned to academics a year later, enrolling in a doctoral program in history at Johns Hopkins University. In 1885, Wilson married Ellen Louise Axson, and together they raised three daughters. Apparently Ellen was the perfect match for the sensitive Wilson, providing a lively and cultured atmosphere in their home. He received his doctorate in 1886, after which he taught history and published well-received books on politics and American government. In 1890 he returned to the College of New Jersey (soon to become Princeton University) as professor. This was the base on which an unexpected political career would be built. In August 1914 Wilson was devastated by the death of his wife. He was already given to frequent illness and fatigue, and the strain of loss made matters worse. Yet in the months that followed, he worked even harder. At the end of 1915 he married the widow of a Washington jeweler, Edith Bolling Galt, whom he had met earlier that year.

91. Why We Go To War - Woodrow Wilson
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92. Fun Facts
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Was christened Thomas Woodrow, and was known as "Tommy" until his college days. - Though noted for his intellect and oratory prowess, did not learn the alphabet until 9 years old and could not read until 12.
Though undiagnosed at the time, he probably suffered from a learning disability similar to dyslexia. - Had a Presbyterian minister for a father, and a mother and first wife who were daughters of Presbyterian ministers. - Enjoyed playing baseball as a youth and continued to be an avid sports fan throughout his adult life. - Was the first lay president of Princeton University. - Established the national observance of Mother's Day. - Is the image on the $100,000 bill (no longer in circulation). - Upon becoming President at the age of 56, had spent 33 of those years in college and universities as a student, professor, or administrator. - The Wilsons had a pet cat named "Puffins" while they lived in the White House. Woodrow Wilson was the first president to - Hold an earned doctoral degree.

93. Les 14 Points Du Président Wilson
Translate this page 14 points et de son engagement pour la paix, pour lequel il a reçu le prix nobel. ThomasWoodrow wilson est le 28 e président des Etats-Unis d’Amérique.
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  • Limitation des armements Evacuation du territoire russe Autonomie des peuples d’Autriche-Hongrie
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    14 points de Wilson Pacte de la S.D.N. Charte de l’O.N.U.
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    95. International: Italiano: Società: Strutture_Sociali: Persone: Biografie: Nobe
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