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Over the years many people have won great prizes in many ways Some have won it for sports and some for acts Although many prizes have been awarded one of the most notable prize is the Nobel Peace Prize Though over 90 laureates have won the prize one of the most notable was an American Woodrow Wilson Nobel Peace Prize 1919 TheThomas Woodrow Wilson was a great laureate to be awarded the Nobel peace prize for his work towards peace throughout the nations Wilson was born on the 28th of December 1856 in the town of Staunton Virginia He grew up with a father that was a Presbyterian minister and a mother that was a daughter of a Presbyterian minister Therefore Woodrow was raised in a religious and academic household When Woodrow went to College he spent a year at Davidson College in North Carolina and three years at Princeton University in his home state of Virginia where he received a baccalaureate degree in 1879 These are only some of the activities that led up to Woodrow winning the Nobel peace prize Wilson Woodrow Nobel PrizeWoodrow had always been thought of as a reformer which eventually led him to the Noble peace award After Woodrow was out of college his first job that sent him on his way to being the president of the United States was as governor of New Jersey He was governor from 1911 to 1913 and distinguished himself once again as a reformer Wilson Woodrow Nobel PrizeWilson won the presidential election of 1912 when William Howard Taft and Theodore Roosevelt split the Republican vote Woodrow had one of the hardest jobs as president in the year of 1916 Woodrow had to face the upcoming World War Unlike any other president Woodrow was the first president to witness the First World War in office This challenge is one of the main reasons that Woodrow won the Nobel Peace PrizeAfter the war many
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