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Woodrow Wilson

Lesson Plans | Primary Sources |

 

Lesson Plans:

Woodrow Wilson: Prophet of Peace - This lesson describes President Wilson's struggle and his ultimate failure to reach the ideal of achieving lasting world peace through the League of Nations. Excellent Primary Source lesson.



Primary Source Documents:

Woodrow Wilson's First Innaugural Address - Woodrow Wilson's first innaugural address, March 4, 1913.

The Zimmerman Telegram - This telegram, written by German Foreign Secretary Arthur Zimmermann, is a coded message sent to Mexico, proposing a military alliance against the United States. The obvious threats to the United States contained in the telegram inflamed American public opinion against Germany and helped convince Congress to declare war against Germany in 1917.

Woodrow Wilson's Opening Address at Versailles - With Germany's decision to seek an armistice - or face domestic as well as military collapse - arrangements were set in place to convene a peace conference in Paris; the city was unanimously selected by the Allied powers.The conference began somewhat belatedly in mid-January with opening addresses from many of the key Allies. Reproduced on the ensuing page is the opening address by U.S. President Woodrow Wilson.

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