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Aloof and restrained in public, Wilson obscured a passionate private side.
On November 5, 1912, holed up in his home in Princeton, New Jersey, a former college professor and university president eagerly awaited the results of the nation's presidential elections. Late in the evening, a mad ringing of bells brought the news he wanted to hear.
He, Thomas Woodrow Wilson was to be the 28th president of the United States. "Swaying torches made grotesque circles of light," his daughter remembered. "These people, strangers who had chosen him to be their leader, now claimed him.
And there was the President at Buckingham Palace with the King of England.
Narrator The newsreels were testimony to the man Wilson had once been.
When his first wife Ellen died, Wilson was devastated.