Tag Archive for ‘World War I’

100 Forgotten Pictures of Presidential Family Life 100 Years Ago: The Tafts & Wilsons

From the perspective of 2017, a hundred years ago seems might as well be the medieval age. Technology, globalization, medical science, really everything, has so permanently changed the way we all live that there seems to be little resemblance to… Read More ›

Five Presidents Who Went to War & Killed Themselves For It: Wilson (Part 3)

Woodrow Wilson and World War I (this separate article appeared yesterday as part of one which considered William McKinley) A childhood dominated by the strict inculcation of pre-destiny by his father, a Presbyterian minister, and the deprivation of war which… Read More ›

Blond Bigotry, Anti-Semitism & Why a Candidate’s Wife Fabricated Her Family

This article is part of an ongoing series about the racial, religious and ethnic identity of First Ladies, beginning with the recent discoveries about First Lady Michelle Obama and her ancestry from both an Irish immigrant family of Georgia slave-owners… Read More ›

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