Who was the 26th President of the USA
George Washinton * February 22nd, 1732 † December 14th, 1799
1775 commander in chief of the americ. Colonies vs. England. 1789 first President of the USA (1789-1797), was re-elected in 1793.
First Vice President (1789-1797) and Second President (1797-1801) of the United States and leader of the American independence movement.
One of the leaders of the independence movement against Great Britain, author of the American Declaration of Independence, third President of the USA (1801-1809).
4th President of the USA (1809-1817), a leader in the American independence movement
5th President of the USA (1817-1825), one of the founders of the Democratic-Republican Party, the forerunner of today's Democratic Party.
John Quincy Adams
6th President of the United States (1825-1829) and Secretary of State (1817-1825). He contributed significantly to the formulation of the amerik. Foreign policy.
7th President of the United States (1829-1837). The election of Jackson to the highest office in the country in 1828 was long considered a victory for the common people.
Martin van Buren
8th President of the USA (1837-1841).
Van Buren, by and large, continued Jackson's policy.
William Henry Harrison
9th President of the USA (1841). He died just a month after his inauguration.
When their presidential candidate was nominated for the 1840 election, the Whigs passed their actual leader, Henry Clay, and voted
instead the aging General Harrison.
10th Vice President (1841) and 10th President of the United States (1841-1845).
Harrison died a month after taking office as president; Tyler became his successor.
James Knox Polk
11th President of the USA (1845-1849). During the presidency, the United States received a huge increase in area and the current boundaries of its continental territory with the exception of Alaska. Under Polk, Texas and all of the land west of the Rocky Mountains were annexed.
US General in the Mexican War and 12th President of the United States of America (1849-1850).
Taylor had little political experience; but he was at odds with President James K. Polk and sympathized with the Whigs.
13th President of the USA (1850-1853).
In the crisis that broke out over the slave question in 1850, Fillmore supported the compromise proposal by Henry Clay, while President Taylor opposed it
14th President of the United States (1853-1857).
Lacking the necessary backing in Congress, Pierce was forced to support the Kansas-Nebraska bill.
15th President of the United States of America (1857-1861). Obtained in 1846
California of Mexico.
16th President of the United States (1861-1865), led the Northern States to victory in the American Civil War and brought about the end of slavery in the United States.
16th Vice President (1865) and 17th President of the United States (1865-1869).
Johnson enjoyed widespread support when he became president after Lincoln's assassination in April 1865.
Ulysses Simpson Grant
American general and 18th President of the United States (1869-1877).
Grant's military experience provided a poor basis for the new tasks that now awaited him.
Rutherford B. Hayes
James Abram Garfield
20th President of the United States (1881) who, during his short term in office, enforced privileges for the president against the demands of congressional leaders.
Chester Alan Arthur
21st President of the United States (1881-1885), fought corruption in politics and led a reform-minded government that enacted the first comprehensive civil service laws in the United States.
22nd President of the United States of America (1885-1889). Cleveland's motto was "a public office is a public trust".
23rd President of the United States (1889-1893).
Harrison represented a moderate reform policy and therefore had great difficulties in asserting himself in his own party.
24th President of the United States of America (1893-1897). Cleveland was the only US president to be elected a second time after losing the election.
25th President of the USA (1897-1901). His government began the decades-long dominance of the Republican Party in the United States, and McKinley established the United States as a world power through its victory in the Spanish-American War.
26th President of the United States (1901-1909), one of the most popular presidents in American history.
William Howard Taft
27th President of the United States (1909-1913) and Chief Justice (1921-1930).
Taft had little success as president.
Woodrow (Thomas) Wilson
28th President of the United States of America (1913-1921). In domestic politics he pushed through important legal reforms; In terms of foreign policy, he played a decisive role in founding the League of Nations.
Warren Gamaliel Harding
29th President of the United States (1921-1923).
Harding moved away from the authoritarian leadership style of the Theodore Roosevelt or Woodrow Wilson and gave much of the responsibility to his
Cabinet, including Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover, Secretary of State Charles Evans Hughes and Secretary of Agriculture Henry C. Wallace.
Calvin (John) Coolidge
30th President of the United States (1923-1929). His tenure fell in the comparatively quiet years of relative prosperity of.
Herbert Clark Hoover
31st President of the USA (1929-1933).
As a Republican candidate, Hoover won the 1928 presidential election against Democrat Alfred E. Smith.
32nd President of the United States (1933-1945). Its New Deal policy of combating the economic crisis released the state from its passive role in the economy and society; In World War II he played a major role in defining the Allied war aims and the post-war order.
Harry S. Truman
34th Vice President (1945) and 33rd President of the United States (1945-1953). Truman initiated the foreign policy of containment (containment) at the time of the Cold War and continued in domestic policy the moderate welfare policy that his predecessor Roosevelt had created with the New Deal.
Dwight (David) Eisenhower
American general and 34th President of the United States (1953-1961).
Eisenhower had already refused several times to both major parties in the US to apply for the office of US president; for the
In the 1952 presidential election, the Republicans were finally able to win the five-star general for candidacy.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy
35th President of the United States (1961-1963). On November 22nd, while visiting Dallas, Texas, he was fatally shot in the head and neck.
Lyndon Baines Johnson
37th Vice President (1961-1963) and 36th President (1963-1969) of the United States of America. Johnson became president after Kennedy's assassination on November 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas.
Richard Milhous Nixon
37th President of the United States (1969-1974), resigned due to the Watergate Affair.
Gerald Rudolph Ford
38th President of the United States (1974-1977). Ford was the only Vice President and then President of the United States who was not elected to his office. During his two and a half year tenure, Ford sought to restore the nation's confidence in a government deeply shaken by the Watergate scandal.
39th President of the United States (1977-1981).
The biggest domestic problems Carter faced were rising inflation and the energy crisis.
40th President of the United States (1981-1989)
In 1980 Ronald Reagan was elected president for the first time and in 1984 a large majority was confirmed in office.
George Herbert WalkerBush
41st President of the United States (1989-1993).
Domestically, Bush's first year in office in 1989 was dominated by measures to reorganize the insolvent treasury and to combat illegal drug trafficking.
William (Bill) Jefferson Clinton
42nd President of the United States (1993-2001) and first Democratic representative in twelve years.
George Walker Bush
43rd President of the United States (since 2001). It is the second time that a son of a former president has been elected president himself.
44th President of the United States (from 2009).
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