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U.S. President: Woodrow Wilson Discuss this eTheme.

Woodrow Wilson was the 28th president of the United States and served from 1913-1921. Learn about the legacy of this two term president. Find out about Wilson’s involvement with the League of Nations. Included are eThemes resources on US presidents and World War I.


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This site presents a factual overview of President Wilson. Learn about Woodrow Wilson's cabinet members on this site. This site also has a 30 second audio clip of Wilson speaking about democracy under "Media Resources."
The White House provides this biography of Wilson.
This site has the draft version, typed version, and the transcript version of Wilson's first inaugural address. There are also several photographs.
Students can read the draft version and the transcript version of the second inaugural address. Photographs are included.
This British site has a biography about Wilson, a commentary about Wilson, and some of his speeches. NOTE: The site includes ads.
Wilson used shorthand to record his speech notes for his "Fourteen Points" address. Look at the actual document and commentary on his speech.
What do Monroe, McKinley, Wilson, and Bush have in common? Learn the answer on this web site.
This site has images of Wilson and the biography can be printed out. Read an article about Wilson, "American Idealist."
This site has an eLibrary which is a "digital archive of historical materials." Students can search the eLibrary. Teachers can click on "Topics" for some lesson plans.
This site has a timeline of the life of Woodrow Wilson. Click on the "Gallery" for photographs and the poster art of WWI. There is also a "Teacher's Guide."
Read this encyclopedia entry about the League of Nations. NOTE: The site includes ads.
Students can read Charles Townshend's commentary about the League of Nations. Under "Interactive Content" view movies of WWI and an animated map. NOTE: The "Talk" link leads to message boards.
Look at the original members of the League of Nations. Here is a timeline from 1918 until 1946 when the League of Nations transferred assets to the United Nations.
Read Wilson's speech "Appeal for Support of the League of Nations."
These sites have biographies of the presidents of the United States and their wives. Includes information about election trivia, debates, and inaugural addresses, plus some online games.
These sites cover the events of World War I (1914-1918). Read eye witness accounts and view photographs and maps. Other topics include the assassination of Austrian Archduke Ferdinand, trench warfare, Choctaw Code Talkers, President Woodrow Wilson, war propaganda, Treaty of Versailles, the Lusitania, and the Zimmerman telegram. Includes biographies, letters, images, posters, video, and audio clips.

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