Woodrow Wilson

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Woodrow Wilson

Woodrow Wilson 1918-1922

He started off in 1902 as a young professor of political science, became president of Princeton University. Years later, he became the 28th president of the United States of America.

Past

1918

June 28: After months of negotiations in Paris, the Treaty of Versailles is signed. While the treaty no longer includes most of Wilson’s Fourteen Points, his plan for the League of Nations remains intact.

November 11: World War I ends when Germany signs an armistice with the Allies. Germany’s Kaiser Wilhelm II abdicates.

America and Japan agreed to cancel the Ishii-Lansing Agreement after concluding the Nine-Power Treaty, which they signed in 1922 at the Washington Conference.

1919

1920

1921

1922

future

January 8: In his Fourteen Points speech, Wilson puts forth his vision for a new world order, including the establishment of an organization to settle future conflicts between nations.

August 18: The Nineteenth Amendment to the Constitution, guaranteeing women the right to vote, is ratified.

Wilson rides with President-elect Warren G. Harding to the Capitol and signs the last acts of the 66th Congress before departing for his new home on S Street in Washington, D.C.

In 1922 The Audiometer was invented.

After the war, he helped negotiate a peace treaty that included a plan for the League of Nations.

Wilson vetoed the Volsteadact to enforce the 18th amendment, the congressopposed this action, until it was repealed by the 21st amendment.

In march 1921, Woodrow anda partner established a lawfirm but poor health preventedhim from doing any type of serious work

In December 1920, woodrow recieved the1919 nobel peace prizefor his efforts to includecovenant of the leagueof nations in the treaty ofversailles

The pop up toaster was invented in 1918

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