President Wilson


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Noun1.President Wilson - 28th President of the United StatesPresident Wilson - 28th President of the United States; led the United States in World War I and secured the formation of the League of Nations (1856-1924)
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NISG president Wilson Lambe said the group was looking forward to presenting a route map for the sector at the Safety: Back To The Future conference at the Ramada Plaza Hotel in Belfast on November 22.
The argument over whether America should promote global cooperation and collective security through an international organization such as the League had pitted President Wilson -- its most perfervid advocate -- against Republicans led by Henry Cabot Lodge, who supported the League in theory but wanted firmer guarantees that America's sovereignty would not be threatened, nor her economic interests harmed.
Instead, President Wilson proceeded to replace Johnson with three new baccalaureate speakers-Rev.
Move in at The Royal Penthouse Suite at the Hotel President Wilson in Geneva.
This interesting volume on the role of academics in public policy examines the influence of historians who accompanied President Wilson to the Paris Peace Conference in 1919 on the development of American policy in the inter-war years.
President Wilson insisted the government should control the money of the people, for the people, as did Eisenhower.
Inspired by the initial floodlighting ceremony at the Statue of Liberty in 1916, at which President Wilson officiated, the Liberty rug was the first of 20 that were made and was presented to the president by the company W & J Sloane.
President Wilson supported Czech efforts to win independence early in the last century, one reason the Czech people hold him in high regard.
4 Enjoy 192 nights in the royal penthouse suite of Geneva's Hotel President Wilson.
00 pm on the Mezzanine of the Palais de Tokyo, 13 avenue du President Wilson 75116 PARIS - FRANCE
President Wilson announced the following appointments: Ed Gracely (NJ), Mark Halvorson (MN), Barbara Hankins (MD and TX), Kurt Miller (OH), Lu Pierson (MD), Barbara Simons (CA) and Norm Turrill (OR).
Ask why President Wilson might have favored self-determination for the former Ottoman territories and why Europeans took the opposite view.

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