Spiro Agnew was the 39th Vice President of the United States of America. He was the Vice President to Richard Nixon, the President of United States. Spiro Agnew represented the Republican Party of the United States of America.
He was one of the popular Vice Presidents of the U.S. He was born in the year 1918 on the month of November in the Baltimore County, United States.
After finishing his school, Spiro Agnew went to the Johns Hopkins University for completing his higher education. Later on he joined the Army of the United States of America and served the country of the United States during the Second World War. He also worked for the French and German and was awarded with the Bronze Star for his service to the countries. Spiro Agnew was the only Greek American who reached such an important rank as the Vice President of the United States. He was the one of those rare persons whose political career graph rose very fast to the rank of the Vice President of the country.
Spiro Agnew was the leader of the Republican Party’s Moderate Wing in the United States. The U.S Vice President Spiro Agnew was known for his rhetoric language and was a constant subject of interest for the journalists and the general mass. He played quite an important role in the Vietnam War being the vice President of the United States. He gave out influential speeches during the time of the war. He also was also a nominee for the Presidential election of the United States.
Spiro Agnew died in the year 1996 on the month of September due to sudden illness.