Woodrow Wilson


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Noun1.Woodrow Wilson - 28th President of the United StatesWoodrow 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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Here's why that's an undemocratic idea unworthy of the holder of an office once occupied by Woodrow Wilson.
The analyst Michael Kugelman is associated with the Woodrow Wilson Centre, Washington, which has released a set of documents covering the 2019 India-Pakistan situation.
On this day in 1919, the first meeting of the League of Nations was held under the leadership of the American president Woodrow Wilson.
ISLAMABAD -- The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars is accepting applications for its nine-month residential fellowship program in Washington.
When Czechoslovakia was created after WWI, there was a proposal to call it Wilson's Town after the American president Woodrow Wilson. This idea did not materialise.
Naperville's Naper Settlement, in collaboration with the Lewis University History Center and Give Something Back Foundation, is highlighting emerging wartime narratives and perspectives in a new exhibit, "Woodrow Wilson and the Great War."
The speech of Khan reminded me of the period of Woodrow Wilson. In the early 19th century, Woodrow Wilson was elected as 28th President of United States.
Woodrow Wilson described himself as a "progressive with the brakes on." This new study takes some cue from an era, since 9/11, in which the United States has often struggled to find its brakes.
The World Mothers Day was initiated on May 8 1914 under an order by the then President of US Woodrow Wilson who had immense love for his mother.
The Moralist: Woodrow Wilson and the World He Made, Patricia O'Toole, Simon & Schuster, 656 pages
Addressing scholars and researchers at the Woodrow Wilson think tank in Washington, Bilawal said such a 'credible' and 'doable' mechanism was a way forward to address concerns about militants crossing borders with impunity that has disrupted peace in the region and tensed relations between the two neighbours.