The death of former US president George Bush and these are the most important stations of his life
In a statement issued on Saturday, December 1, 2018, the former President of the United States, George Bush, was declared dead at the age of ninety-four years, and it is reported that Bush who took over the presidency of the USA between 1989 and 1993, while his wife, Barbara, died in Last April at the age of 92 years.
George H. W. Bush
George Bush was a pilot who participated in World War II, and one of the most important poles of the United States oil industry, before entering politics in 1964, characterized by his eight-year reign, the collapse of Communist regimes in Eastern Europe, as well as The disintegration of the Soviet Union, becoming the United States is the only superpower in the world.
Bush’s policy was to work to correct the United States ‘ credibility with the countries of the world and to get rid of the anniversary of the U.S. intervention in Vietnam.
The life of George H. W. Bush
Born in 1912, George Bush was in Massachusetts, he worked as a teller, and later became a member of the U.S. Senate, after Bush was admitted to Yale to join the Navy and trained to work as a naval pilot, who was sent to participate in the US war against Japan after the Second World war.
During his participation in the war, his plane was shot down in 1944, and Bush survived only one of the crew members, where he was independent of a lifeboat and was found by a U.S. submarine.
After being discharged from the U.S. Navy, he married Barbara Pierce, gave birth to her eldest son George W. Bush in 1946, then moved to Texas and got a job in the oil sector, and after a while he founded his own company, he became one of the wealthy United States in the early 1960s.
He then turned to political action and served as secretary general of the Republican Party’s local branch, and then began to take great strides as he ran for the Texas seat in the U.S. Senate.
Stations in the life of George H. W. Bush
The Kuwait War is one of the most important victories achieved by Bush , Jith can be seen as a major victory for the American military at the time, as US forces in cooperation with allied countries managed to overcome the Iraqi army in just 100 hours.
Bush lifted taxes on citizens despite his statements in previous declarations that he would never do so.
His last days
Bush spent his last days traveling around the world, as a political sage, a role he has taken for himself in recent days, and during the recent period, Bush has shown him on public occasions only very rarely, has suffered from Parkinson’s disease and has resulted in his use of the portable chair, and Bush did not attend him the inauguration of a tram He came to the hospital for a chest infection.
Once said, “Just because we’re competing with each other doesn’t mean we’re enemies. “Politics should not be lacking in generosity and kindness.”