Woodrow Wilson in Belgium
Because of his great idealism Wilson became the recognized moral leader of the free world, and an immensely appealing figure to war-torn Europeans. As the photograph shows, even children flocked out to greet him as their hero when he arrived in Europe in 1919. This was taken during Wilson's Belgium visit. Belgian children line the streets of Zeebrugges and shout "Vive Wilson! Vive L'Amerique!"
- June, 1919
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