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  1. FDR's five policemen: creating the United Nations. (Franklin D. Roosevelt, former US president): An article from: World Policy Journal by Stephen Schlesinger, 1994-09-22
  2. Franklin D. Roosevelt: 32nd President 1933-1945 (Getting to Know the Us Presidents) by Mike Venezia, 2007-09
  3. Commander in Chief: Franklin Delano Roosevelt, His Lieutenants, and Their War (Bluejacket Books) by Eric Larrabee, 2004-04
  4. Sailor in the White House: The Seafaring Life of FDR by Robert F. Cross, 2003-09

1. Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial Home Page
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More than 50 years after Roosevelt's death, his own words call out from the walls of his memorial as if he were somehow present. Those of us who know FDR only as an historical figure will recognize these words by their association with great and catastrophic events. For the many Americans who lived through the Roosevelt years, the words recall personal struggles and triumphs during 12 years that seemed like a lifetime. Hours:
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2. Biography Of Franklin D. Roosevelt
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Franklin D. Roosevelt Assuming the Presidency at the depth of the Great Depression, Franklin D. Roosevelt helped the American people regain faith in themselves. He brought hope as he promised prompt, vigorous action, and asserted in his Inaugural Address, "the only thing we have to fear is fear itself." Born in 1882 at Hyde Park, New Yorknow a national historic sitehe attended Harvard University and Columbia Law School. On St. Patrick's Day, 1905, he married Eleanor Roosevelt. Following the example of his fifth cousin, President Theodore Roosevelt, whom he greatly admired, Franklin D. Roosevelt entered public service through politics, but as a Democrat. He won election to the New York Senate in 1910. President Wilson appointed him Assistant Secretary of the Navy, and he was the Democratic nominee for Vice President in 1920.
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In the summer of 1921, when he was 39, disaster hit-he was stricken with poliomyelitis. Demonstrating indomitable courage, he fought to regain the use of his legs, particularly through swimming. At the 1924 Democratic Convention he dramatically appeared on crutches to nominate Alfred E. Smith as "the Happy Warrior." In 1928 Roosevelt became Governor of New York.

3. Franklin D. Roosevelt And The New Deal
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Last changes July 8, 2003 This page offers you a list of interesting homepages and sites about Roosevelt and his New Deal. Although everyone is encouraged to use the links, they're in the first place for teachers dealing with the subject in the classroom. We found many pages about FDR on the net, but just a few are especially suitable for usage by teachers and pupils. The 'Best sites' are most valuable concerning education. Here you can find loads of information, pictures and other educational material. The 'Other sites' are smaller, but they're all worth a visit. Best sites
  • New Deal Network [Everything about the New Deal]
  • The American Presidency [Grolier Online Encyclopedia]
  • FDR Cartoon Archive [Political cartoons from the precidency of FDR]
  • POTUS, Presidents of the United States: Franklin Delano Roosevelt [The Internet Public Library] ...
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  • The White House Web Server: Franklin D. Roosevelt [Four Inaugural addresses, short biography]
  • 4. Franklin D. Roosevelt Biography
    franklin D. roosevelt. 32nd president of the United States. franklin D. roosevelt was born in Hyde Park sentiment against Wilson's plan for us participation in the League of Nations
    Franklin D. Roosevelt
    32nd President of the United States
    Franklin D. Roosevelt was born in Hyde Park, New York on January 30, 1882, the son of James Roosevelt and Sara Delano Roosevelt. His parents and private tutors provided him with almost all his formative education. He attended Groton (1896-1900), a prestigious preparatory school in Massachusetts, and received a BA degree in history from Harvard in only three years (1900-03). Roosevelt next studied law at New York's Columbia University. When he passed the bar examination in 1907, he left school without taking a degree. For the next three years he practiced law with a prominent New York City law firm. He entered politics in 1910 and was elected to the New York State Senate as a Democrat from his traditionally Republican home district. In the meantime, in 1905, he had married a distant cousin, Anna Eleanor Roosevelt, who was the niece of President Theodore Roosevelt. The couple had six children, five of whom survived infancy: Anna (1906), James (1907), Elliott (1910), Franklin, Jr. (1914) and John (1916). Roosevelt was reelected to the State Senate in 1912, and supported Woodrow Wilson's candidacy at the Democratic National Convention. As a reward for his support, Wilson appointed him Assistant Secretary of the Navy in 1913, a position he held until 1920. He was an energetic and efficient administrator, specializing in the business side of naval administration. This experience prepared him for his future role as Commander-in-Chief during World War II. Roosevelt's popularity and success in naval affairs resulted in his being nominated for vice-president by the Democratic Party in 1920 on a ticket headed by James M. Cox of Ohio. However, popular sentiment against Wilson's plan for US participation in the League of Nations propelled Republican Warren Harding into the presidency, and Roosevelt returned to private life.

    5. Internet Public Library: POTUS
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    Franklin Delano Roosevelt
    32nd President of the United States
    (March 4, 1933 to April 12, 1945) Nickname: "FDR" Born: January 30, 1882, in Hyde Park, New York
    Died: April 12, 1945, in Warm Springs, Georgia Father: James Roosevelt
    Mother: Sara Delano Roosevelt
    Married: Anna Eleanor Roosevelt (1884-1962) , on March 17, 1905
    Children: Anna Eleanor Roosevelt (1906-75); James Roosevelt (1907-91); Elliott Roosevelt (1910-90); Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Jr. (1914-88); John Aspinwall Roosevelt (1916-81) Religion: Episcopalian
    Education: Graduated from Harvard College (1903); Attended Columbia Law School Occupation: Public official, lawyer Political Party: Democrat Other Government Positions:
    • Member of New York State Legislature, 1911-13

    6. 1930s Great Depression Gallery, Michigan Historical Museum
    Stories of Michigan during the Great Depression Labor unions and the Flint sitdown strike, Paul Honore's Natural Resources Mural, bungalows, radio, lighthouses and the Great Lakes, president franklin D. roosevelt's New Deal programs and the Civilian Conservation Corps in Michigan. home HAL Home 20th Century First People-1900 ...
    Labor unions rise!

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    • Roosevelt creates new programs CCC gives work to youth Monastery opens soup kitchen
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      Ruth Etting sings A Cottage for Sale Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy
    Lighthouses automated What's new in the arts? "Michigan's Natural Resources" Mural by Paul Honoré at the 1933-34 Chicago World's Fair Click on the newspaper to return to this page. Go to Teachers' Stuff and Kids' Stuff for the Great Depression Gallery. Friday, January 17, 2003 Michigan Historical Center, Department of History, Arts and Libraries Use and Reproduction Information Send comments about this page to

    7. TIME 100: Franklin Delano Roosevelt
    Future historians, looking back at this most bloody of centuries, will very likelyregard the 32nd president of the us, franklin Delano roosevelt, as the
    NATION WORLD BUSINESS ARTS ... CURRENT ISSUE AP Roosevelt sits at the steering wheel of his automobile in April 1939
    Franklin Delano Roosevelt
    He lifted the U.S. out of economic despair and revolutionized the American way of life. Then he helped make the world safe for democracy
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    21st Century: The Shape of the Future
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    "Perhaps no form of government," said Lord Bryce, "needs great leaders as much as democracy." For democracy is not self-executing. It takes leadership to bring democracy to life. Great democratic leaders are visionaries. They have an instinct for their nation's future, a course to steer, a port to seek. Through their capacity for persuasion, they win the consent of their people and call forth democracy's inner resources. David Ben-Gurion
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    Winston Churchill Mohandas Gandhi ... Mao Zedong Categories Artists/Entertainers Builders/Titans Scientists/Thinkers Heroes/Icons Democracy has been around for a bit, but the 20th century has been the crucial century of its trial, testing and triumph. At the century's start, democracy was thought to be spreading irresistibly across the world. Then the Great War, the war of 1914-18, showed that democracy could not assure peace. Postwar disillusion activated democracy's two deadly foes: fascism and communism. Soon the Great Depression in the 1930s showed that democracy could not assure prosperity either, and the totalitarian creeds gathered momentum.

    8. Franklin D. Roosevelt - 31st President Of The United States
    James roosevelt. Genealogy. Brian Tompsett’s us president genealogy page.Genealogy of Theodore roosevelt and franklin D. roosevelt. Miscellaneous.
    PRESIDENTS HOME PAGE Franklin D. Roosevelt 31st President Birth: January 30, 1882 at Hyde Park, New York as Franklin Delano Roosevelt Birthplace information from American Hyde Park, New York website Death: April 12, 1945 at Warm Springs, Georgia Gravesite information from American Picture of Grave Biographies Grolier online biography White House biography Biography from Books and Other Media The Presidency of Franklin Delano Roosevelt Roosevelt's Secret War: FDR and World War II Espionage No Ordinary Time : Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt: The Home Front in World War II FDR - Years of Crisis – VHS Tape ... Search for books about Franklin D. Roosevelt Cabinet/Staff List by Cordell Hull - Secretary of State Henry Morgenthau - Secretary of the Treasury Frances Perkins - Secretary of Labor Election Results/Presidential Campaign Opponent: Herbert Hoover (R) Election Opponent: Alf Landon (R) Election Opponent: Wendell Willkie (R) Election Opponent: Thomas Dewey (D) Election Events during Roosevelt’s administration and lifetime Outline of events during Roosevelt’s administration Assassination attempt The Great Depression The New Deal ... Pearl Harbor First lady and family Eleanor Roosevelt biography from Grolier online Eleanor Roosevelt biography from the White House Pictures of Eleanor Roosevelt from the Library of Congress Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site ... Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr.

    9. Franklin D. Roosevelt: A Who2 Profile
    franklin D. roosevelt • 32nd us president. roosevelt managed to pullAmericans out of the Great Depression and lead them to victory
    FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT 32nd U.S. President Roosevelt managed to pull Americans out of the Great Depression and lead them to victory in World War II, two pretty tall orders. His support of an active federal government shaped American politics through the remainder of the 20th century. His package of federally-supported public works and social programs was known collectively as the New Deal. Roosevelt was so popular he was elected four times a lengthy run which led to the passage of the 22nd Amendment, restricting presidents to two terms. He died in office only a few months into his fourth term. His successor was Harry Truman
    Extra credit : Roosevelt was a distant cousin of his own wife Eleanor Roosevelt and also of the 26rd president, Theodore Roosevelt ... Roosevelt's terrier Fala was a popular White House figure from 1940 until FDR's death, and is buried near FDR at Hyde Park, New York.
    President Roosevelt is a featured guest in our loops about Presidential Sex Scandals and Presidents Elected in "0" Years . He also appears in the loops On The Money and (with cousin Teddy) in Presidents Closely Related
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    president franklin D. roosevelt S BROADCAST. before, the unity of the American Republicsis of supreme importance to each and every one of us and to
    PRESIDENT FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT'S BROADCAST Washington, D. C., May 27, 1941 [White House news release.] I am speaking tonight from the White House in the presence of the Governing Board of the Pan-American Union, the Canadian Minister, and their families. The members of this Board are the Ambassadors and Ministers of the American Republics in Washington. It is appropriate that I do this. Now, as never before, the unity of the American Republics is of supreme importance to each and every one of us and to the cause of freedom throughout the world. Our future independence is bound up with the future independence of all of our sister Republics. The pressing problems that confront us are military problems. We cannot afford to approach them from the point of view of wishful thinkers or sentimentalists. What we face is cold, hard fact. The first and fundamental fact is that what started as a European war has developed, as the Nazis always intended it should develop, into a world war for world domination. Adolf Hitler never considered the domination of Europe as an end in itself. European conquest was but a step toward ultimate goals in all the other continents. It is unmistakably apparent to all of us that, unless the advance of Hitlerism is forcibly checked now, the Western Hemisphere will be within range of the Nazi weapons of destruction.

    12. Franklin D. Roosevelt - Thirty-Second President Of The United States Franklin D.
    Casablanca No us president had ever flown while in office, and none had ever visitedAfrica. But that didn t deter president franklin D. roosevelt from flying
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    Subscribe to the About American History newsletter. Search American History Franklin D. Roosevelt - Thirty-Second President of the United States Roosevelt Quote " The United States Constitution has proved itself the most marvelously elastic compilation of rules of government ever written."
    Birth: January 30, 1882 Death: April 12, 1945 Term of Office: March 4, 1933-April 12, 1945 Number of Terms Elected: 4 Terms; Died during his 4th term. First Lady: Eleanor Roosevelt (His fifth cousin once removed) Major Events While in Office:
    • Twenty-First Amendment - Repeal of Prohibition (1933) New Deal policies including the creation of the CCC, NRA, and TVA (1933-1935) Social Security Act (1935) Court Packing Plan (1937) World War II (1939-1945) Pearl Harbor attacked; US enters World War II (1941)

    13. Franklin D. Roosevelt --  Encyclopædia Britannica
    , franklin D. roosevelt presidential Library and containing artifacts and recordsrelated to the life and times of us president franklin Delano roosevelt.

    14. US President Franklin Delano Roosevelt
    Harry S Truman. Official White House Presidential Portrait of franklin D. Rooseveltby Frank O bn_presidents.jpg (9929 bytes)Printable us Presidents EBook.
    Franklin Delano Roosevelt
    Thirty-Second U.S. President
    March 4, 1933 - April 12, 1945 Vice President
    John N. Garner
    Henry A. Wallace BORN: January 30, 1882
    Hyde Park, New York
    CHILDREN: 4 Sons, 1 Daughter
    FDR was related to 5 presidents by blood, and to 6 additional former presidents by marriage. PROFESSION: Attorney POLITICAL PARTY: Democratic
    HOME STATE: New York POLITICAL OFFICES: US Senator, Governor DIED: April 12, 1945 (Age - 63)
    BURIED: Hyde Park, New York "This great Nation will endure as it has endured, will revive and will prosper. So, first of all, let me assert my firm belief that the only thing we have to fear is fear itself." FDR in his first Inaugural Address at the height of the Great Depression. Vice President
    Harry S. Truman First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt Click on the compass at left for a site map for the Hall of Heroes web site, that will link you to other pages inside our site. Click on the button at right to see our next president's page. Harry S Truman Official White House Presidential Portrait of Franklin D. Roosevelt by

    15. President Franklin D. Roosevelt 's Third Inagural Address
    On November 5, 1940 president franklin D. roosevelt was elected the following January20th, it became the first and only time that a us president gave THREE
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    Monday, January 20, 1941 O N each national day of inauguration since 1789, the people have renewed their sense of dedication to the United States. In Washington's day the task of the people was to create and weld together a nation. In Lincoln's day the task of the people was to preserve that Nation from disruption from within. In this day the task of the people is to save that Nation and its institutions from disruption from without. Lives of nations are determined not by the count of years, but by the lifetime of the human spirit. The life of a man is three-score years and ten: a little more, a little less. The life of a nation is the fullness of the measure of its will to live. But we Americans know that this is not true. Most vital to our present and our future is this experience of a democracy which successfully survived crisis at home; put away many evil things; built new structures on enduring lines; and, through it all, maintained the fact of its democracy. For action has been taken within the three-way framework of the Constitution of the United States. The coordinate branches of the Government continue freely to function. The Bill of Rights remains inviolate. The freedom of elections is wholly maintained. Prophets of the downfall of American democracy have seen their dire predictions come to naught.

    16. Ferguson Publishing Detail Page
    franklin D. roosevelt us president Ferguson Career Biographies Set, 26VolumesFerguson Specifications Black-and-white photographs. Index.

    17. HistoryMole: Franklin D Roosevelt (1882-1945)
    franklin D roosevelt (18821945). American wartime president. Introduction. 1933,us president-elect franklin roosevelt survives assassination attempt,

    18. History Channel - Speeches - Franklin D. Roosevelt, Thirty-second U.S. President
    If you can t access our audio clips, click here to download RealPlayer.). FranklinD. roosevelt, thirtysecond us president. Delivers first inaugural address.
    Hear the words that changed the world. From Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I have a dream" speech to Lou Gehrig's farewell to baseball, our vast collection is drawn from the most famous broadcasts and recordings of the twentieth century. (Reminder: To listen to history being made, you must have RealPlayer installed. If you can't access our audio clips, click here to download RealPlayer.)
    Franklin D. Roosevelt, thirty-second U.S. president Delivers first inaugural address "The only thing we have to fear is fear itself." (U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C., March 4, 1933)

    19. History Channel - Speeches - Franklin D. Roosevelt, Thirty-second U.S. President
    On December 8, 1941, us president franklin D. roosevelt appeared before a joint sessionof Congress and asked for an official declaration of war against Japan.
    Hear the words that changed the world. From Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I have a dream" speech to Lou Gehrig's farewell to baseball, our vast collection is drawn from the most famous broadcasts and recordings of the twentieth century. (Reminder: To listen to history being made, you must have RealPlayer installed. If you can't access our audio clips, click here to download RealPlayer.)
    Franklin D. Roosevelt, thirty-second U.S. president Asks Congress to recognize state of war with Japan "Yesterday, December 7, 1941a date which will live in infamythe United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan." (U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C., December 8, 1941)

    20. Haiti And Franklin D. Roosevelt
    Pp. 573586. franklin D. roosevelt became the first us president to visit Haitiwhen, on July 5, 1934 he came ashore at Cap Haitien from the usS Houston.
    Franklin D. Roosevelt on Haiti in 1928
    Bob Corbett Foreign Affairs, Vol. VI, 1928. Pp. 573-586. Franklin D. Roosevelt became the first U.S. president to visit Haiti when, on July 5, 1934 he came ashore at Cap Haitien from the U.S.S. Houston. He met with President Stenio Vincent and an agreement was signed that would have the U.S. marines out of Haiti by mid-August. This was the only U.S. president to ever visit Haiti as president until President Bill Clinton visited on March 31, 1995. Bob Corbett U.S. OCCUPATION MAIN HAITI PAGE Book Reviews Film ... HOME Bob Corbett

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