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Some patriots

Cesare, Oscar Edward, 1885-1948
Former President Theodore Roosevelt and Senator George Earle Chamberlain use a battering ram, identified as "Republican drive," to try to open the door to President Woodrow Wilson's office. A sign on the office door indicates that the war council is meeting and that there is no admittance. Both men fought Wilson's policy of diplomacy and sought to play a role in World War I.
World War (1914-1918), Battering rams, Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ), Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919, Chamberlain, George Earle, 1854-1928
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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