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    Edith Wilson in the White House

    William Hazelgrove talked about his book, Madam President: The Secret Presidency of Edith Wilson. Edith Wilson married Woodrow Wilson after his first wife died in the White House. When…

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    World War I Art Exhibit

    Robert Enhom gave a tour of an exhibit of art relating to World War I on display in the Woodrow Wilson House until August 10, 2014. American Artifacts preview.

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    World War I and American Music

    Michael Lasser talked about how World War I changed American music and the precedents these changes set for future wartime generations. He spoke about how songs reflected the wartime…

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    Woodrow Wilson House, Part 2, Portion

    In this portion of the program the contents of the Wilson’s bedroom closet were examined. In March of 1921 President Woodrow Wilson and his wife Edith left the White House at the conclusion…

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    Woodrow Wilson House, Part 1

    In March of 1921 President Woodrow Wilson and his wife Edith left the White House at the conclusion of his second term and moved into a home on S Street near Embassy Row in Washington, D.C.…

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    Woodrow Wilson House, Part 2

    In March of 1921 President Woodrow Wilson and his wife Edith left the White House at the conclusion of his second term and moved into a home on S Street near Embassy Row in Washington, D.C.…

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    11th Month, 11th Day, 11th Hour: Armistice Day, 1918

    Mr. Persico talked about his book Eleventh Month, Eleventh Day, Eleventh Hour: Armistice Day, 1918, World War I and Its Violent Climax, published by Random House. The book chronicles the final day of…

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    Breaking the Heart of the World

    John Milton Cooper talked about President Wilson’s 1919 campaign to gain popular and senatorial support for the League of Nations and the reasons behind the rejection by the Senate. He also…

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