Leben bis zur Präsidentschaft Kindheit und Jugend. Warren G. Harding wurde in Corsica (heute Blooming Grove), Ohio, geboren. Er war das älteste von acht Kindern von Dr. George Tryon Harding (1844–1928) und Phoebe Elizabeth Dickerson Harding (1843–1910).
Warren G. Harding, in full Warren Gamaliel Harding, (born November 2, 1865, Corsica [now Blooming Grove], Ohio, U.S.—died August 2, 1923, San Francisco, California), 29th president of the United States (1921–23). Pledging a nostalgic “return to normalcy” following World War I, Harding won the presidency by the greatest popular vote margin to that time. He died during his third year in ...
Tour the restored home of Warren G. Harding, 29th president of the United States, best known as the site of his 1920 “Front Porch Campaign.” Take an hour-long guided tour of this restored National Historic Landmark that features many of the original furnishings owned by President Harding and his wife, Florence.
02/11/2020 · US President Warren G Harding and First Lady, Florence Harding, watch on from the White House balcony, circa 1922. Source: Getty Between June and July 1923, Harding took a trip on the presidential train – the ancestor of today's Air Force One plane – to tour the western US.
16/02/2007 · Warren G. Harding's claim to infamy rests on spectacular ineptitude captured in his own pathetic words: "I am not fit for this office and should never have been here."
Republican Senator and presidential candidate Warren G. Harding of Ohio delivered the following address to the Home Market Club of Boston on May 14, 1920. In it, Harding outlined his hope that the United States would, after a decade of progressive politics and foreign interventions, return to “normalcy.”