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Avery Alberico

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Woodrow Wilson
By Avery Alberico 8A
Early Life
He was Born December 28, 1856
Graduated from Princeton University
He went to law school
got a Ph.D in political science
In 1910 he got elected as Governor of New Jersey
In 1912 democrats nominated him for president
Thomas Marshal ran as his vice presidential running mate
Running for president
He was sworn into office march of 1913
WWI broke out in summer of 1914
He wanted to keep US out of conflict
WWI starts
Wilson's second term was dominated by WWI
he still wanted peace and not to join in the war
Wilson's start of second term
February of 1917 germans attacked british merchant ships
killed 128 americans
April 2, 1917 Wilson asked congress to declare was on Germany
US joins the war
US during the war

There participation in the was helped bring victory to the allies
On November 11, 1918 an armistice was signed by Germany.
Paris peace conference
the head of british, French, and italian government were there
Wilson helped negotiate the Treaty of Versailles
Wilson outlined the 14 points of post was peace
Wilson's 14 points
One of the most important points was point 14 which said "a league of nations should be created to gardened the political and territorial independence of all states."
The league of nations later became the united nations.
Sources

www.history.com/topics/us-president/woodrow-wilson
historyforkids.net/wilsons-fourteen-points.html

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