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Woodrow Wilson: Twenty-eighth president of the United States from 1913 - 1921

Wilson in 1912

Pach Brothers, New York, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

Woodrow Wilson (born Thomas Woodrow Wilson) was the 28th president of America from 1913 - 1921. He was the first Democratic president since Grover Cleveland in 1897 and the first Democratic president to serve two consecutive terms since the party's first president, Andrew Jackson. Wilson was president when World War One began in Europe in 1914, and promised to keep the country out of war. In fact, one of his campaign's slogans for re-election in 1916 was, "he kept us out of war". However, before he was even inaugurated for a second term, it had looked more like America would join, and Wilson eventually declared war on Germany and the Central Powers. After the war ended in 1918, Wilson went back to the States to promote the Treaty of Versailles and the League of Nations. However, Congress never voted in favor of it. In Wilson's final years as president, he suffered a horrible stroke, which caused his wife, Edith Wilson, to do a lot of the work while Wilson was recovering, causing many to joke that she was the first female president. He became especially unpopular since he was president when Prohibition was passed.


Thomas Woodrow Wilson was born on December 28, 1856 in Staunton, Virginia.


On February 3, 1924, Wilson died in Washington, D.C.

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