George H.W. Bush -- the upper-crust war hero-turned-oilman and diplomat who steered America through the end of the Cold War as president and led a political dynasty that saw his son win the White House died
About George H. W. Bush:
- George H.W. Bush's full name was George Herbert Walker Bush.
- George Herbert Walker Bush was born on June 12, 1924 in Milton, Massachusetts.
- In their childhood, parents used to call 'Poppy'. George's early education took place in the Greenwich Country Day School.
- George Herbert Walker Bush was the 41st President of America. His tenure was from 1989 to
- Prior to being elected president in 1988, he had been the US ambassador to the United Nations (UN) and China. He was also the Director of the Central Investigation Agency (CIA). He was also Vice President of America for 8
- During the reign of George H. W. Bush, the Gulf War was fought. Then Iraq attacked Kuwait. After that, at the time, under the leadership of George W. Bush, the US had expelled the Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein's forces out of Kuwait.
- George HW Bush helped America move forward after the Cold War erupted.
- Bush was a good knowledge of foreign policy. In 1989, he had an important role in the dissolution of the Soviet Union.
- Due to the weak economy of the country, he had to beat Democrat Bill Clinton in the 1992