Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924)

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Country : États-Unis
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : Stauton, Va., 28-12-1856
Death : Washington, D.C., 03-02-1924
Note :
28e président des États-Unis de 1913 à 1921 (élu le 4 novembre 1912 puis réélu le 7 novembre 1916)
Field : Histoire du reste du monde
Variant of the name : Thomas Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 2143 0139

Activities of Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) (274 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Textual works (227)

"Nous allons faire un monde pour vous dans lequel il fera bon vivre". - [1]
To the American Indians. - Woodrow Wilson, aut.. - [2] with Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) as Author
To the American Indians. - Woodrow Wilson, aut.. - [2] with Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) as Participant
George Washington
Woodrow Wilson
Liberté, égalité, fraternité with Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) as Author
Woodrow Wilson's fourteen points. - [1]
In their own voices with Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) as Participant
The papers of Woodrow Wilson Volume 69
Great speeches of 20th Century with Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) as Participant
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A President in love
George Washington
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Two peacemakers in Paris
The Papers of Woodrow Wilson. Supplementary volumes [1]
The Papers of Woodrow Wilson. Supplementary volumes
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The Years of preparation
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The Hoover-Wilson Wartime correspondence
Congressional government
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Constitutional government in the United States
Congressional government, a study in American politics, by Woodrow Wilson. Introduction by Walter Lippmann
Leaders of men, by Woodrow Wilson. Edited, with introduction and notes, by T. H. Vail Motter
[Letters.]. - [1]
Woodrow Wilson, ancien président des États-Unis. George Washington, fondateur des États-Unis (1732-1790). Édition française avec notes, par Georges Roth, agrégé de l'Université. Préface de Charles Cestre, professeur de littérature et de civilisation américaines à la Sorbonne
George Washington, fondateur des États-Unis (1732-1799). Édition française avec notes, par Georges Roth,... Préface de Charles Cestre,...
Être humain
Acceptance of German bonds in settlement of Belgian obligations for certain United States war loans. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting an agreement signed by the British and French premiers and the President of the United States recommending the acceptance of special German reparation bonds corresponding to the sums borrowed by Belgium from their respective governments in satisfaction of Belgian obligations on account of such loans, February 14, 1921...
Milk river valley Gun club. Message from the President of the United States, returning to the Senate, without approval, the bill (S. 793) directing the Secretary of the Interior to issue patent to the Milk river valley Gun club, February 2, 1921...
League of Nations. Comparison of the plan for the League of Nations, showing the original draft... together with the covenant as finally reported and adopted at the plenary session of the Peace conference. Also the presentation speeches of the President of the United States relating thereto...
Reviving the War finance corporation. Message from the President of the United States, returning to the Senate, without approval, Senate joint resolution No. 212, directing the War finance corporation and the Federal reserve boards to take certain action for the relief of the present depression in the agricultural sections of the country, January 3, 1921...
Changes in the organization of the customs service. Message from the President of the United States transmitting pursuant to law a statement of the changes made by executive order in the organization of the customs service, January 25, 1921...
Veto message relating to the Transportation act. Message from the President of the United States, returning to the Senate, without approval, Senate bill No. 4526, amending section 501 of the Transportation act by extending the effective date of section 10 of the Clayton act, December 30, 1920...
Mandate for Armenia. Message from the President of the United States, requesting that the Congress grant the executive power to accept for the United States a mandate for Armenia, May 24, 1920...
Histoire du peuple américain
The Adriatic question. Joint memorandum of December 9, 1919 ; British-French revised proposals of January 14, 1920 ; statement of the French and British ministers of January 23, 1920 ; President Wilson's note of February 10, 1920 ; reply of the French and British prime ministers of February 17, 1920 ; President Wilson's note of February 24, 1920...
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting, in response to House resolution 500, information regarding the status of the American military forces now stationed in German territory, April 1, 1920...
Veto message relating to the relief of Nancy A. Parsons and others. Message from the President of the United States, returning to the House of representatives, without approval, House bill 4927, an act for the relief of Nancy A. Parsons, C. M. Parsons, D. F. Staggs, Ollie Staggs, Lena Birchfield, Bertie Gwin, Greely Gilbert and Nelson Gilbert and stating certain objections thereto, June 4, 1920...
Veto message on legislative, executive and judicial appropriation bill. Message from the President of the United States, returning to the House of representatives, without approval, House bill 12610, entitled "an act making appropriations for the legislative, executive and judicial expenses of the government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1921 and for other purposes", May 13, 1920...
The Hope of the world, messages and addresses delivered by the President between July 10, 1919 and December 9, 1919, including selections from his country-wide speeches in behalf of the Treaty and Covenant. By Woodrow Wilson,...
Veto message relating to peace resolution. Message from the President of the United States, returning to the House of representatives, without approval, House joint resolution 327, intended to repeal the joint resolution declaring a state of war to exist between the United States and Germany and between the United States and the Austro-Hungarian government and to declare a state of peace, May 28, 1920...
Veto message relating to a national budget system. Message from the President of the United States, returning to the House of representatives, without approval, House bill 9783, "an act to provide a national budget system, an independent audit of governmenments accounts, and for other purposes" and stating certain objections thereto, June 4, 1920...
Veto message relating to H. R. 7629, an act to amend the penal laws of the United States. Message from the President of the United States, returning to the House of representatives, without approval, H. R. 7629, an act to amend the penal laws of the United States, and suggesting certain changes therein, June 2, 1920...
Message of the President of the United States, communicated to the two houses of Congress at the beginning of the 3rd session of the 66th Congress, December 7, 1920...
Veto message on H. R. 6810-Prohibition bill. Message from the President of the United States returning to the House of representatives without approval house bill 6810, "an act to prohibit intoxicating beverages" etc., and stating certain objections thereto. October 27, 1919...
Port of entry at Bar Harbor, Me. Message from the President of the United States, submitting information regarding the designation of Bar Harbor, Me., as a port of entry, February 26, 1919...
Address of President Woodrow Wilson, delivered at the memorial exercises held at Suresnes cemetery, near Paris, France, on May 30, 1919...
Messages, discours, documents diplomatiquesrelatifs à la guerre mondiale... Traduction... par Désiré Roustan,...
Treaty of peace with Germany. Address of the President of the United States to the Senate of the United States, relative to the treaty of peace with Germany, delivered on July 10, 1919
The League of Nations, report on the plan for the League of Nations, made by the President of the United States on behalf of the commission constituted by the Preliminary Peace conference in session at Versailles, France ; also the address of the President in relation thereto... [February 14, 1919.]
Treaty of peace with Germany. Report of the conference between members of the Senate committee on foreign relations and the President of the United States, at the White House, Tuesday, August 19, 1919...
Address of the President of the United States, delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, December 2, 1918...
[Extraits divers.]. - [1]
Papers concerning the German peace treaty, message from the President of the United States, transmitting, in response to Senate resolutions of July 15 and 17, information concerning the purported German-Japanese treaty, the adjustment in reference to Shantung and the intimidation of Chinese peace delegates by Japan...
Permanent rank to certain officers of United States army and navy. Message from the President of the United States, recommending granting to John J. Pershing and Peyton C. March the permanent rank of general and to William S. Benson and William S. Sims the permanent rank of admiral. July 18, 1919...
Pure littérature et autres essais ["Mere literature and other essays"]. Avec un portrait de l'auteur et une introduction de Theodore Stanton
America's terms of settlement, an address by President Wilson to the Congress of the United States, January 8, 1918. - [1]
Telegraph, telephone and cable properties. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting pursuant to law a report of the Postmaster general on the supervision and operation of the telegraph, telephone and cable properties, November 13, 1919...
Short-line railroads. Message from the President of the United States, vetoing Senate joint resolution 159, to extend the time within which the President may relinquish control of any railroad or system of transportation as provided in section 14 of an act entitled "an act to provide for the operation of transportation systems while under federal control, for the just compensation of their owners and for other purposes", approved March 21, 1918 to January 1, 1919. July 11, 1918...
International ideals, speeches and addresses made during the President's European visit, December 14, 1918, to February 14, 1919, by Woodrow Wilson,...
Disposition of ex-German vessels. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting, in response to a Senate resolution of February 14, 1920, information with respect to the disposition of the ex-German vessels in possession of the United States, and transmitting a draft of a proposed understanding in regard to ex-enemy merchant tonnage, February 18, 1920...
The League of Nations, address delivered by the President of the United States, at Boston, Mass., on February 24, 1919, on the plan for the League of Nations...
The Railroad control bill. Message from the President of the United States, returning without approval the bill (S. 641) to amend section 10 of an act entitled "an act to provide for the operation of transportation systems while under federal control, for the just compensation of their owners, and for other purposes" approved March 21, 1918. November 19, 1919...
Relief of European peoples outside of Germany. Letter from the secretary of the Treasury transmitting a cablegram from the President of the United States and the tentative draft of a bill appropriating $ 100 000 000 for the relief of European peoples outside of Germany...
Addresses of President Wilson. Addresses delivered by President Wilson on his Western tour, September 4 to September 25, 1919, on the League of Nations, treaty of peace with Germany, industrial conditions, high cost of living, race riots, etc. ...
Message of the President of the United States, communicated to the two houses of Congress, at the beginning of the 2nd session of the 66th Congress, December 2, 1919...
Address by President Wilson, at the Metropolitan opera house, New York, September 27, 1918.... - [1]
American troops in Siberia. Message from the President of the United States in response to a resolution of the Senate agreed to, June 23, 1919, informing the Senate of the reasons for sending United States soldiers to and maintaining them in Siberia. July 25, 1919...
Messages, discours, documents diplomatiques relatifs à la guerre mondiale
Continuance of the passport-control system. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a communication from the secretary of State suggesting that the passport-control act of May 22, 1918, be extended for one year after peace shall have been concluded between the United States and the Central Powers of Europe. August 25, 1919...
The Triumph of ideals, speeches, messages and addresses made by the President between February 24, 1919 and July 8, 1919, covering the active period of the Peace conference, at Paris. By Woodrow Wilson,...
Message of the President of the United States, communicated to the two houses of Congress at the beginning of the 1st session of the 66th Congress, May 20, 1919...
La guerre, la paix
Address of the President of the United States, delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, April 2, 1917
Equal suffrage, address of the President of the United States, delivered in the Senate of the United States, on September 30, 1918...
Address of President Wilson to the Congress of the United States, January 8, 1918...
Address of the President of the United States, delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress. The finances. May 27, 1918...
Selected addresses and public papers of Woodrow Wilson, edited, with an introduction, by Albert Bushnell Hart
Army chaplains. Veto message. Message from the President of the United States, returning, without approval, Senate bill 2917, entitled "an act to amend section 15 of the act approved June 3, 1916 entitled "an act making further and more effectual provision for the national defense and for other purposes", as amended, etc.," and stating certain objection thereto, April 18, 1918...
Histoire du peuple américain
Les Notes et messages du Président Wilson, traduits par F. F. Roget,... 2e série : 1. La note adressée au Pape, publiée le 30 août 1917 ; 2. Le message du 8 janvier 1918 ; 3. Le message du 12 février 1918
Mob violence, statement of the President of the United States, denouncing mob violence and appealing to his fellow countrymen to keep the Nation's fame untarnished
France Amérique, 1776-1789-1917. Déclaration d'indépendance. Déclaration des droits de l'homme et du citoyen. Message de guerre du président Woodrow Wilson. Réponse de M. Alexandre Ribot. Traduction française de P.-H. Loyson et anglaise de J. H. Woods. Dessin de Bernard Naudin
Fourth liberty loan, address of the President of the United States, delivered at the Metropolitan opera house in New York City, on September 27, 1918...
Address of the President of the United States, delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, January 4, 1918...
Message from the President of the United States vetoing H. R. 9054, an act making appropriations for the Department of agriculture for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1919. July 13, 1918...
Address of President Woodrow Wilson, delivered before the members of the diplomatic corps at the tomb of George Washington, at Mount Vernon, July 4, 1918...
Attitude of the United States toward Mexico, address of the President of the United States, delivered before a party of editors from the Republic of Mexico, at the White House, June 7, 1918
Government control of railroads. Copy of a proclamation by the President of the United States of America, proclaimed on December 26, 1917, relative to government control of the railroads, together with an explanatory statement in relation thereto...
Terms of armistice signed by Germany, address of the President of the United States to the joint session of Congress, Monday, November 11, 1918, in the House of representatives...
Histoire du peuple américain
Les buts de paix des États-Unis et des alliés
President Wilson's Note to the belligerent nations... December 18, 1916. [-Text of President Wilson's address to the Senate... January 22, 1917.]. - [1]
Pourquoi nous sommes en guerre, 6 messages au Congrès et au peuple américain, suivis du message du président Wilson à la Russie. Traduction... par Désiré Roustan,...
Die Botschaft des Präsidenten Wilson an der Kongress der Vereinigten Staaten, am 2. April 1917. [-Präsident Wilsons Rede am amerikanischen Flaggen-Tag, am 15. Juni 1917.]. - [1]
Pourquoi nous sommes en guerre
Warum trat Amerika in den Krieg ! von George Herbert Clarke,... Im Anhang Präsident Wilsons Botschaft vom 2 April 1917 an den Kongress und seine Rede am amerikanischen Flaggen-tag vom 15 Juni 1917
A League for peace. Address of the President of the United States, delivered before the United States Senate, on January 22, 1917, submitting certain conditions upon which this government would feel justified in approving its formal and solemn adherence to a league for peace, January 22, 1917...
Two ideals of government. [Prefatory note, by James Brown Scott. The Declaration of independance, 1776. President Lincoln's Gettysburg address, November 19, 1863. President Lincoln's Second inaugural address, March 4, 1865. Address of President Wilson to the joint session of Congres, April 2, 1917, respecting the relations of the United States with Germany.]
Address of the President of the United States, delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, April 2, 1917
Address of the President of the United States, delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, December 4, 1917
Appropriation to pay for the Danish West Indies. Message from the President of the United States, inviting the attention of the Congress to the necessity for making an appropriation of $ 25.000.000 as payment for the purchase of the Danish West Indies, January 23, 1917...
Address of the President of the United States, delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, April 2, 1917. [-Proclamation, April 16, 1917. - Address to his fellow countrymen, April 16, 1917.]. - [1]
The Immigration bill, H. R. 10384. Message from the President of the United States transmitting his veto on the bill (H. R. 10384) to regulate the immigration of aliens to, and the residence of aliens in the United States...
Address of the President of the United States, delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, April 2, 1917
First Pan American financial conference, [May, 24] 1915. Address of the President of the United States. - [6]
Hours of service on railroads, address of the President of the United States, delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, August 29, 1916...
Address of President Woodrow Wilson, accepting the Lincoln homestead at Hodgenville, Kentucky, presented to the Government by the Lincoln Farm association, September 4, 1916...
National preparedness, address delivered before the Railroad business association of New York City, on January 27, 1916, by Hon. Woodrow Wilson,...
Excerpt from Annual address [to Congress], December 2, 1913. - [4]
Address of President Wilson, January 6, 1916 [to the 2nd Pan American scientific congress]. - [1]
Responding to the new call of duty, addresses of the President [Woodrow Wilson], the secretary of the Navy [Josephus Daniels] and Capt. E. W. Eberle,... delivered before the graduating class of the United States Naval academy at Annapolis, Md., on. June 2, 1916...
Address to Congress, April 20, 1914. - [5]
Veto message relating to public lands for cemetery and park purposes, message from the President of the United States...
On being human. Woodrow Wilson,...
Annual address to Congress, December 7, 1915 (excerpt). - [7]
Address to Congress, August 27, 1913. - [2]
Relations with the German government, address of the President of the United States, delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, April 19, 1916...
The United States and Latin America, address... before the Southern commercial congress at Mobile, Alabama, October 27, 1913. - [3]
Addresses of President Wilson, January 27-February 3, 1916...
Veto message. Army appropriation bill. Message from the President of the United States returning to the House of representatives, without approval, house bill 16460 "an act making appropriations for the support of the army for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1917" and stating certain objections thereto...
Speech of notification, by Senator Ollie M. James [of the selection of President Wilson, by the National Democratic convention, Saint Louis, June 1916, as candidate of the Democratic party for President of the United States] and speech of acceptance, by President Woodrow Wilson [, Shadow Lawn, Long Branch, N. J., September 2, 1916]...
The President of the United States, by Woodrow Wilson,...
Message from the President of the United States, vetoing H. R. 6060, an act to regulate the immigration of aliens to, and the residence of aliens in the United States...
Address of the President of the United States, delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, December 7, 1915
When a man comes to himself. Woodrow Wilson,...
Under the Red Cross flag, at home and abroad, by Mabel T. Boardman,... With a foreword by Woodrow Wilson,... with Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) as Author of introduction, etc.,
Additional revenue, address of the President of the United States, delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, September 4, 1914...
Trusts and monopolies, address of the President of the United States, before the joint session of Congress, Tuesday, January 20, 1914...
Panama canal tolls, address of the President of the United States, delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, March 5, 1914...
New York, New Haven and Hartford railroad Co., correspondence between the President and the attorney general, and... with the president of the New York, New Haven and Hartford railroad Co. ...
Relief of American citizens abroad, message from the President of the United States...
Address of the President of the United States, delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, December 8, 1914...
The Situation in our dealings with general Victoriano Huerta, at Mexico City, address of the President of the United States, delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, April 20, 1914...
Relief of Americans in Mexico, message from the President of the United States...
Relief, protection and transportation of Americans in Europe, message from the President of the United States...
La Nouvelle liberté, appel à l'émancipation des qualités généreuses et des énergies d'un peuple. L'"Appel au peuple" du président Wilson, introduction, par Jean Izoulet,... Traduction d'Émile Maucomble
Address of the President of the United States, delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, June 23, 1913...
Inaugural addresses of President Woodrow Wilson and vice president Thomas R. Marshall, delivered before the Senate of the United States, March 4, 1913
Mexican affairs, address of the President of the United States, delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, August 27, 1913...
Celebration of the rededication of Congress Hall, addresses of hon. Woodrow Wilson,... and hon. Champ Clark,... at Philadelphia, Pa., October 25, 1913...
Address of President Woodrow Wilson, delivered before the Southern commercial congress held at Mobile, Ala., October 27, 1913...
Address of the President of the United States, delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, at the beginning of the 1st session of the 63rd Congress, April 8, 1913
The New freedom, a call for the emancipation of the generous energies of a people, by Woodrow Wilson
Address of President Woodrow Wilson, delivered at Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pa., October 25, 1913...
Abolition of the opium evil. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting letter from the Secretary of State asking for an appropriation to enable the government to meet expenses incidental to and in continuity of its efforts to stamp out the opium evil through the forthcoming final conference at The Hague, April 21, 1913...
Address of the President of the United States, delivered at a joint session of the two houses of Congress, December 2, 1913...
Act No. 2222 of the 3rd Philippine legislature. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting copy of act No. 2222 of the 3rd Philippine legislature relating to the granting of free land patents to native settlers until January 1, 1923, together with accompanying communication from the secretary of War, June 17, 1913...
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Mixed works (15)

The papers of Woodrow Wilson Volume 68
The papers of Woodrow Wilson Volume 66
The papers of Woodrow Wilson Volume 67
The papers of Woodrow Wilson 64
The papers of Woodrow Wilson Volume 65
The papers of Woodrow Wilson 63
The Papers of Woodrow Wilson 62
The Papers of Woodrow Wilson 60
The Papers of Woodrow Wilson 61
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The Papers of Woodrow Wilson 58
The Papers of Woodrow Wilson 57
The Papers of Woodrow Wilson 56
The Papers of Woodrow Wilson 38
The Papers of Woodrow Wilson 36

Musical work (2)

I believe in democracy. - Andrew Lippa, comp.. - [8] with Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) as Author
Dictionnaire sonore Larousse - Pathé Marconi

Iconographic works (29)

Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson. with Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) as Author
VII. with Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) as Author
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Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson. with Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) as Author
Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson. with Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) as Author
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Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson. with Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) as Author
Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson. with Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) as Author
PAR LA VICTOIRE. Vers la paix du droit avec le Président Wilson. with Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) as Autre
VIII. with Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) as Author
Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson. with Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) as Author
IV. with Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) as Author
Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson. with Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) as Author
Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson. with Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) as Author
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Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson. with Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) as Author
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Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson. with Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) as Author
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Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson. with Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) as Author
Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson. with Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) as Author
Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson. with Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) as Author

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Wilson, Woodrow (NAF 28018 (22)) with Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) as Author

Documents about Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) (225 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Pictures (117)

10/2/24, rue de Berri [à l'église américaine], service à la mémoire de [Woodrow] Wilson, vice-amiral Moreau
2 photos du président Wilson prises à son premier et son dernier conseil de cabinet (Keystone)
MM. Wilson et Harding [en voiture]
[Le] cabinet Wilson, 1921 [à la Maison Blanche]
A Versailles, rue Saint-Pierre
A Versailles, la cour du château
14-3-19, arrivée du président Wilson à la gare des Invalides
14-3-19, la foule attendant l'arrivée du président Wilson
Une lettre historique à Mr Lloyd George signée par [Woodrow] Wilson, [Vittorio Emanuele] Orlando et [Georges] Clemenceau [datée du 17 mars 1919]
George V et Mr Wilson
[Conférence de la Paix] MM. Clemenceau et Wilson [au] quai d'Orsay
Conférence de la Paix, M. Wilson [au quai d'Orsay]
Conférence de la Paix, M. Wilson [quittant le quai d'Orsay]
14-3-19, la foule attendant l'arrivée du président Wilson
8/5/19, courses à Longchamp, dans la tribune Mme Wilson, M. Wilson, lord Derby
[24-6-19, Wilson, Clémenceau, Balfour et Sonnino marchant à l'extérieur du château de Versailles ]
30/5/19, "Memorial Day" au cimetière de Suresnes [Mr Wilson]
30/5/19, "Memorial Day" au cimetière de Suresnes, Mr Wilson dépose des couronnes
Voyage Wilson en Belgique [le président Wilson avec le roi des Belges Albert Ier dans les ruines de la bibliothèque universitaire de Louvain, le 19 juin 1919]
14-3-19, arrivée du président Wilson à la gare des Invalides
14-3-19, arrivée du président Wilson à la gare des Invalides, Mme Wilson et Mme Poincaré
24/6/19, Balfour, Clémenceau, Wilson quittent le château de Versailles
14-3-19, la foule attendant l'arrivée du président Wilson
14-3-19, arrivée du président Wilson à la gare des Invalides
14-3-19, arrivée du président Wilson à la gare des Invalides, Mme Wilson et Mme Poincaré
[Le président Wilson parmi la foule, le jour de la signature du traité de Versailles, le 28 juin 1919]
[Signature du traité de Versailles le 28 juin 1919 : au milieu de la foule, chapeau haut de forme sur la tête, le président des États-unis Woodrow Wilson]
30/5/19, "Memorial Day" au cimetière de Suresnes, Mr Wilson salue le drapeau français
Conférence de la Paix à St-Germain
A Versailles, dans le parc
30/5/19, "Memorial Day" au cimetière de Suresnes [Mr Wilson prononçant son allocution]
24/6/19, Orlando [i.e. Sonnino], Balfour, Clémenceau, Wilson, les quatre quittent le château [de Versailles]
Voyage de Wilson en Belgique [le président Wilson rencontre le cardinal Mercier à Malines, le 19 juin 1919]
Le départ de Mr et Mme Wilson à la gare des Invalides
Le départ de Mr et Mme Wilson à la gare des Invalides
A Versailles, la cour du château
30/5/19, "Memorial Day" au cimetière de Suresnes, Mr Wilson prononçant son allocution
President Wilson arriving for Paris peace conference (1919)
30/5/19, "Memorial Day" au cimetière de Suresnes, Mr Wilson prononçe une allocution
Le président Wilson
Conférence de la Paix : M. Wilson
Georges V, M. Wilson [26 décembre 1918]
M. et Madame Wilson à Londres [26 décembre 1918]
Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson.
Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson.
Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson.
I.
Le président Wilson à Paris
Le président Wilson à Paris, en compagnie de M. Poincaré
Le président Wilson à Paris, en compagnie de M. Poincaré
Arrivée de Mr Wilson à Brest [le 13 décembre 1918]
Mr Wilson à son arrivée à Paris [le président des États-Unis en calèche en compagnie de M. Poincaré, le 14 décembre 1918]
M. Wilson arrive à l'Hôtel de Ville [le président des États-Unis en calèche en compagnie de M. Poincaré, 17 décembre 1918]
M. Wilson se rend à l'Hôtel de Ville, le cortège place de l'Opéra [le président des États-Unis à Paris en calèche en compagnie de M. Poincaré, le 17 décembre 1918]
M. Wilson se rend à l'Hôtel de Ville [le cortège du président des États-Unis, place de l'Opéra à Paris, en calèche en compagnie de M. Poincaré, le 17 décembre 1918]
M. Wilson à l'Hôtel de Ville [de Paris, à la fénêtre avec M. Poincaré, le 17 décembre 1918]
Arrivée de Mme Wilson à l'Hôtel de Ville [l'épouse du président des États-Unis en compagnie de Mme Poincaré, à Paris, le 17 décembre 1918]
Mr Wilson à Londres [26 décembre 1918]
M. et Mme Wilson à Londres [26 décembre 1918]
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Le président Wilson à Paris, en compagnie de M. Poincaré
Arrivée de M. Wilson à Brest [le président des États-Unis à bord du Georges Washington dans la rade de Brest le 13 décembre 1918]
Arrivée de Mr Wilson à Brest [le président des États-Unis à bord du George-Wasington dans la rade de Brest le 13 décembre 1918]
Arrivée de Mr Wilson à Brest (C. News) [le président des États-Unis le 13 décembre 1918]
Mr Wilson à Paris [le président des États-Unis en visite à Paris, en calèche en compagnie de M. Poincaré, le 14 décembre 1918]
M. Wilson se rend à l'Hôtel de Ville, le cortège place de la Madeleine [le président des Etats-Unis en calèche en compagnie de M. Poincaré, 17 décembre 1918]
M. Wilson à Paris (C. News) [en calèche en compagnie de M. Poincaré, décembre 1918]
Mr Wilson à son arrivée à Londres [26 décembre 1918]
Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson.
Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson.
Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson.
Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson.
Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson.
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L'armistice : maison pavoisée (portraits de Clémenceau, Wilson et Foch)
Le président Wilson à Paris
Arrivée de Mr Wilson avenue des Champs- Élysées [le président des États-Unis en visite à Paris passe devant l'Arc de Triomphe, le 14 décembre 1918]
M. Wilson à l'Hôtel de Ville [de Paris, à la fénêtre avec M. Poincaré, le 17 décembre 1918]
Wilson et Poincaré (C. News) [ président des États-Unis à Paris, en calèche en compagnie de M. Poincaré]
Wilson à Paris (C. News) [le président des États-Unis, en calèche en compagnie de M. Poincaré]
Monsieur Wilson à Londres [26 décembre 1918]
Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson.
Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson.
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George V et Mr Wilson [en visite officielle à Londres, le 26 décembre 1918]
Arrivée de Mr Wilson à Brest (C. News) [président des États-Unis à bord du Geoge-Washington en rade de Brest le 13 décembre 1918]
[Arrivée de Mr Wilson, président des États-Unis en visite à Paris, à la petite gare de l'avenue du Bois de Boulogne, 16e arrondissement, le 14 décembre 1918]
Mr Wilson à Paris [le président des États-Unisen visite à Paris, en calèche en compagnie de M. Poincaré, le 14 décembre 1918]
M. Wilson à Paris [le président des États-Unis en calèche en compagnie de M. Poincaré, 17 décembre 1918]
M. Wilson arrive à l'Hôtel de Ville [le président des États-Unis en calèche en compagnie de M. Poincaré, à Paris le 17 décembre 1918]
M. Wilson se rend à l'Hôtel de Ville, le cortège passe avenue de l'Opéra [en calèche en compagnie de M. Poincaré, le 17 décembre 1918]
M. et Mme Wilson à l'Hôtel de Ville [Paris, 17 décembre 1918]
M. et madame Wilson à Londres [26 décembre 1918]
Princesse Mary, George V, M. Wilson, reine Mary [26 décembre 1918]
Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson.
Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson.
Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson.
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Les paroles mémorables du président Wilson.
Discours du président Wilson
Le 5 mars 1917, renouvellement de la présidence de Mr Wilson, au centre (photo Kadel et Herbert)
M. Wilson
Monsieur Wilson, président des Etats-Unis
M. Wilson
M. [Woodrow] Wilson, président de la république des Etats-Unis et son cabinet
Le président Wilson écrit la note américaine à la Grande-Bretagne, le secrétaire de Mr Wilson Mr Joseph Tumulty [debout derrière le président assis à son bureau]
[Recueil. Photographies positives. Oeuvre de Paul Nadar]
[Recueil. Portraits de Woodrow Wilson]

Books (106)

Choosing war
1848 - 1918 - 2018
Wilsonian approaches to American conflicts
The Great War and American foreign policy, 1914-24
Woodrow Wilson and American internationalism
Le président Thomas Woodrow Wilson
Mon cher président
Colonel House
La damnation de Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson and World War I
Abandoning American neutrality
When the United States invaded Russia
A companion to Woodrow Wilson
The black book
Woodrow T. Wilson, Samuel P. Hantington [i.e. Huntington] and Armenia in Transforming world order
Wilson contre les femmes
Nothing less than war
Ellen and Edith
Jefferson, Lincoln, and Wilson
Woodrow Wilson
The crisis of American foreign policy
Remaking the presidency
Four hats in the ring
What the world should be
Makers of the modern world
Woodrow Wilson
Reconsidering Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson and Harry Truman
The Wilsonian moment
Woodrow Wilson and the Great War
Woodrow Wilson's right hand
Methodism through Victorian eyes
Le président Thomas Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson and the roots of modern liberalism
1912
Woodrow Wilson and the press
Woodrow Wilson and the lost world of the oratorical statesman
Jim Crow and the Wilson administration
Woodrow Wilson
Taft, Wilson, and world order
The first Cold War
Wilsonianism
The real Woodrow Wilson
Breaking the heart of the world
Woodrow Wilson
Between war and peace
Realism and American foreign policy
L'incomparable père du président Wilson
The Wilsonian century
In search of Woodrow Wilson
Wilson
Wilson
Quel confine mancato
Between ideology and realpolitik
To end all wars
The papers of Woodrow Wilson Volume 69
National self-determination
Diplomacia y revolución
The papers of Woodrow Wilson Volume 68
The presidency of Woodrow Wilson
The papers of Woodrow Wilson Volume 67
Woodrow Wilson
To end all wars
The papers of Woodrow Wilson Volume 66
Woodrow Wilson
The papers of Woodrow Wilson Volume 65
Woodrow Wilson
The challenge of our time
Woodrow Wilson, a life for world peace
Le président Thomas Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson
The Learned presidency
The Political thought of Woodrow Wilson, 1875-1910
Woodrow Wilson and the American diplomatic tradition
Woodrow Wilson, professor of profeet
Power and principle
Wilson and his peacemakers
Woodrow Wilson and World War I
Woodrow Wilson, revolutionary Germany and peace making 1918-1919
Lloyd George, Woodrow Wilson and the guilt of Germany
Safe for democracy
The Russian bureau
The Warrior and the priest
Woodrow Wilson and a revolutionary world, 1913-1921
Woodrow Wilson
The Papers of Woodrow Wilson 19
Thomas Woodrow Wilson, twenty-eighth President of the United States
The immigrant's influence on Wilson's peace policies
Wilson V. - [Fifth volume]
Le Président Wilson et le Règlement franco-allemand
The life and letters of Walter H. Page
Woodrow Wilson as know him
An essay towards a bibliography of the published writings and addresses of Woodrow Wilson [3]
[Recueil. Dossiers biographiques Boutillier du Retail. Documentation sur Sem]
Präsident Wilson
Le président Wilson
La guerre, la paix
M. Lansing et le président Wilson. - [2]
M. Lansing contre M. Wilson. - [3]
An essay towards a bibliography of the published writings and addresses of Woodrow Wilson [2]
[Recueil. Dossiers biographiques Boutillier du Retail. Documentation sur Woodrow Wilson]
M. Salandra, le président Wilson et le cardinal Mercier membres de l'Institut. - [5]
An essay towards a bibliography of the published writings and addresses of Woodrow Wilson [1]
[Recueil. Dossiers biographiques Boutillier du Retail. Documentation sur David Lloyd George]
[Recueil. Dossiers biographiques Boutillier du Retail. Documentation sur Firmin Roz]
Les Alsaciens à Paris. - [1]
Un ennemi du silence. - [2]

Videos, films (1)

Woodrow Wilson

Archives and manuscripts (1)

1 lettre autographe signée d'. Eugène Brieux. sur papier à en-tête de l'hôtel Netherland de New York (4-ED-11(48))

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