Woodrow Wilson

Woodrow Wilson

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  • Woodrow Wilson the 28th President
  • Announcing your new President, Woodrow Wilson!
  • Your kidding
  • YESS
  • Lets just hope he dose well
  • Woodrow's first act as President
  • Will you sign?
  • Thats a yes for us
  • Let me think!... Yes I will
  • Woodrow helps all
  • Finally I can buy something, for once in my life!
  • Did you hear, Wilson lowered tax for everyone. No more being run by factories!
  • You know, I dont really believe that.
  • As the country cheered for their new President, Woodrow started planning the great changes we would make to improve the nation. Woodrow planed greatly in a progressive reform and the United States becoming leaders in a new world order
  • Begining of Change
  • Charge!!!
  • Once Woodrow became president, his ideas started to be implemented into the nation. Woodrow first job as president was creating the Federal Reserve Act in 1913. Which placed banking systems under government's vision. This placed businesses acts in Government supervision.
  • Peace at Last
  • Pleasure doing business with you
  • Soon after Woodrow was in office, he saw the great struggle most American's had. This needed to be changed. So Woodrow signed and created the Underwood-Simmons act. Reducing the tax that were for industrial factories. This reduction helped many American's facially.
  • End of a Great Legacy
  • May he rest in peace
  • As the outbreak in Europe began, Woodrow concluded America will be neutral. Instead Woodrow supplied their British allied with money and equipment. This however led to Woodrow's a peel to join WW1. Strongly aiding the Allies, and setting America as a world power.
  • Allies
  • Central Powers
  • Vorwärts!!!
  • War finally came to a close and the Germans defeated, Woodrow meet along with Allie leaders to discuss what to do with Germany. Wilson concluded the 14 points, which was a statement for peace. Which Germany was forced to sign. Along with peace Woodrow tried to create the League of Nations.
  • Allies
  • Why did you let them win?... Just why?
  • Germany
  • Once the war ended Woodrow continued his great works as president. Woodrow strived for greatness during his office, he however suffered from two strokes which slowed him down, but he continued leading the nation. Wilson finished his office in 1921, and moved until he died in 1924, age 67. To this day Wilson is considered one the greatest Presidents because of his great works.
  • SALUTE!!
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