George H W Bush Facts - 41st President of USA

The forty-first President of the United States of America George H W Bush Facts. George H W Bush was the 41st President of the United States, serving from 1989 to 1993. He was born on June 12, 1924 in Milton, Massachusetts and was a member of the Republican Party. 

During his presidency, he oversaw the collapse of the Soviet Union and ended Iraq's occupation of Kuwait. He is also known for his "thousand points of light" speech which encouraged volunteerism in America. George H W Bush is remembered as a strong leader who helped shape modern American politics. In this article, we will explore some interesting facts about George H W Bush that you may not have known before!

George H W Bush facts

George H W Bush was born on June 12 in 1924 in Milton, Massachusetts. His mother's name was Dorothy Walker Bush. And the father's name was Prescott Sheldon Bush. He had a sister name nancy and brothers.

He was married to Barbara Pierce and they had children - George W. Robin, John Ellis, Niel, and Marvin. He attended a private school named Philips Academy. Also, he completed his B.A. from yale university in the year 1948.

He was Episcopalian by religion. George H W Bush was in active duty of military services from 1942 to 1945.

He was president of the united states of America in the year January 20, 1989, to January 20, 1993. After retirement, he opted to become a speaker and to write.

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His nickname was Poppy.

BIRTH - George Herbert Walker Bush was born June 12, 1924, in Milton, Massachusetts

MOTHER - Dorothy Walker Bush

FATHER - Prescott Sheldon Bush

SISTER - Nancy

BROTHERS - Prescott Sheldon, Jonathan James, and William Henry Trotter

George Bush Marriage

MARRIAGE - Barbara Pierce

CHILDREN - George W., Robin, John Ellis (Jeb), Neil, and Marvin

EDUCATION - Private Schools, Phillips Academy, B.A. from Yale University, 1948

RELIGION - Episcopalian

George Bush Career

PRE-PRESIDENCY PROFESSION - Co-founder of Zapata Petroleum and Zapata Off-shore,
(drilling in the Gulf of Mexico)

MILITARY SERVICE - U.S. Navy Pilot, Active duty from (1942-1945)

President George Bush

POLITICAL LIFE - U.S. Representative (1967-1971), U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Chairman of Republican National Committee (1973-1974), Chief US liaison in china (1974-1975), Director of Central Intelligence Agency "CIA" (1976-1977), U.S. Vice President (1981-1989), U.S. President, one term


INAUGURATION - January 20, 1989, at the age of 64
George Herbert Walker Bush - Inaugural Address

George Bush Administration

PRESIDENCY - One term (January 20, 1989-January 20, 1993)

VICE PRESIDENT - James Danforth "Dan" Quayle (1989-1993)

FIRST LADY - Barbara Bush (1989-1993)


AMENDMENTS ENACTED - 27th Amendment - Ratified May 7, 1992, (Originally proposed September 25, 1789

George Bush Cabinet

SECRETARY OF STATEJames A. Baker (1989-1992), Lawrence S. Eagleburger (1992-1993)

SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY - Nicholas F. Brady (1989-1993)

SECRETARY OF DEFENSE - Richard "Dick" Cheney (1989-1993)

ATTORNEY GENERAL - Richard Thornburgh (1988-1991), William P. Barr (1991-1993)

SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR - Manuel Lujan (1989-1993)

SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE - Clayton Yeutter (1989-1991), Edward Madigan (1991-1993)

SECRETARY OF COMMERCE - Robert Mosbacher (1989-1992), Barbara H. Franklin (1992-1993)

SECRETARY OF LABOR - Elizabeth Dole (1989-1990), Lynn Martin (1990-1993)



SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION - Samuel Skinner (1989-1991), Andrew W. Card (1992-1993)

SECRETARY OF ENERGY - James Watkins (1989-1993)

SECRETARY OF EDUCATION - Lauro F. Cavazos (1988-1990), Lamar Alexander (1991-1993)

SECRETARY OF VETERANS AFFAIRS - Edward Derwinski First appointed to this new cabinet post (1989-1992)

POST PRESIDENCY LIFE - Speaker; Writer; Retired

LANDMARKS - George Bush Presidential Library, Texas A&M; University, College Station, Texas

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