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1885

24th June: Woodrow Wilson marries Ellen Axson. (Savannah, Georgia)

1913

Tuesday 4th March: Woodrow Wilson takes office as the 28th President of the United States. (Washington, DC)

1914

Saturday 9th May: Woodrow Wilson proclaims the first Mother

1915

Saturday 18th December: Woodrow Wilson marries Edith Bolling Galt. (Washington, D.C.)

1916

Friday 28th January: President Woodrow Wilson nominates Louis Brandeis to the Supreme Court.

Thursday 10th February: Lindley Garrison resigns as U.S. Secretary of War.

Saturday 3rd June: US President Woodrow Wilson signs National Defense Act.

1917

Monday 26th February: President Woodrow Wilson learns of the so-called Zimmermann Telegram, a message from German Foreign Secretary Arthur Zimmermann to the German ambassador to Mexico proposing a Mexican-German alliance in the event of a war between the U.S. and Germany.

Monday 2nd April: President Woodrow Wilson asks Congress to send U.S. troops into battle against Germany in World War I.

Thursday 14th June: US President Woodrow Wilson gives Flag Day address.

Tuesday 28th August: U.S. President Woodrow Wilson is picketed by woman suffragists in front of the White House, who demand that he support an amendment to the Constitution that would guarantee women the right to vote. (Washington, DC)

1918

Tuesday 8th January: U.S. President Woodrow Wilson discusses the aims of the United States in World War I and outlines his "14 Points" for achieving a lasting peace in Europe. (Washington, D.C.)

Wednesday 4th December: Woodrow Wilson departs on the first European trip by a U.S. President.

1919

Tuesday 19th August: U.S. President Woodrow Wilson appears personally before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to argue in favor of its ratification of the Versailles Treaty, the peace settlement that ended the First World War.

1924

Sunday 3rd February: Woodrow Wilson dies. (Washington, D.C.)


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