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Franklin Delano Roosevelt was the 32nd President of the United States. A leader during the Great Depression and World War II, he was famous for being the only American president elected to an unprecedented four terms – from 1933 to 1945.
But FDR did not know, that is a historical fact. Claims to the contrary are just lies. Michael Montagne You need evidence to prove he did not know, or to disregard proof that he did know. "FDR did not know." Is not a historical fact. It is not possible to determine whether he did or didn't, howeve…
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Most worms, dialers and trojans can be removed by your anti-virus software as long as you have updated to the latest virus definitions.Be sure that you set your anti-virus software to scan ALL files and ALL extensions.If you can get on the internet you can get a free scan at:http://housecall.trendmi…
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt (the 32nd president) was a fifth cousin of Theodore Roosevelt (Jr.) (the 26th president). Brigadier General Theodore Roosevelt III, the son of President Theodore Roosevelt (Jr.), would be a fifth cousin once removed to Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
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There's none, absolutely none nor will there ever be because the theory doesn't make any sense. Why would FDR risk losing the Pacific Fleet? If the Japs attack Pearl, that means war, regardless of the body count. Theories that talk of enticing the Japanese face two problems - 1) every message that w…
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No. Franklin D. Roosevelt and Adolf Hitler never met.
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The New Deal was Franklin Roosevelt's way of dealing with the depression of the late 20's and 30's. Unfortunatly it depended on large government programs at taxpayer expense to employ people and it was not a sucess. Only the advent of ww2 and growth of private industry pulled the US out of the great…
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I think Roosevelt did do the right thing... he actually did something about the problems in America, unlike Hoover. He took the initiative to set up agencies (alphabet) and help the USA. I dont however, belive that Roosevelt eased USA out of the depression, WWII did that.But yes, i do belive that wa…
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Roosevelt's New Deal Roosevelt introduced the New Deal in response to the Great Depression of the 1930s which started when the stock market crashed in 1929. The New Deal was intended to help people get back on their feet and make the economy solvent again. Input from other contributors: The New Dea…
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For starters, all of the major currencies left the gold standard during this time period, which aided recovery. Most countries also shifted to variations of the mixed economy with much more government involvement in the economy. This is in stark contrast to the liberal laissez-faire economic policie…
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Answer What makes you think that? If anything I think it hit them harder. Answer And I'll add that if either Communism or Fascisim was going to get a foot hold in Britain, it was during the horrible days of the depression. People were shaken to their very roots, because the social and e…
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FDR did want the US involved in the conflict raging in Europe. He feared, rightly so, that the Germans might manage to subdue large portions of Europe, which they did. And that the goal of Hitler's Third Reich, a united states of Europe with Germany as it's head, was within grasp of Hitler. FDR also…
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt died on April 12, 1945. Harry S. Truman replaced him as president on that same day in 1945.
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No.   Simply stating YES or NO to the question; "Was Pearl Harbor a conspiracy made by Franklin D. Roosevelt?" is an inadequate answer by all means. Hundreds of conspiracy theories have been elaborately developed over the years, however they all hinge on some fundamental key issues that cast…
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The New DealDuring the 1920's, American was the richest country in the world and people flocked from all over Europe to live the American dream.The new deal was introduced to help the American economy after the wall street crash that happened in the "Roaring twenties" (1920). After the First World W…
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no because he needed real hard evidence that they were going to be attaced and he received some inteligence saying they might attack and to be on high alert so he sent the letter to pearl harbor but the letter took longer than expected to get there so they did not get the letter until they attack on…
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The New Deal was part of the process of pulling the United States out of the Great Depression, and it managed to employ a lot of Americans who had been out of work.
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No.MLMAnswer YESFDR had prior knowledge that there was going to be an attack on Pearl Harbor, and he knew that the Japanese naval fleet was in the Pacific Ocean going to Pearl Harbor>See the following lonks:http://www.apfn.org/apfn/pearl_harbor.htmhttp://www.independent.org/newsroom/article.asp?i…
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The New Deal is the name given Franklin D. Roosevelt's plan to help bring the nation out of the Great Depression of the 1930s. It was a plan to bring economic relief, recovery, and reform to the nation. It was the first time emphasis was placed on making the federal government more responsive to the…
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Franklin D. Roosevelt died on April 12, 1945 at the age of 63.
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Answers: He was a better president probably of all time. FDR served 3 terms as president-- more than any other US president-- so the conditional clause in the question ('if...died') in the question is really unnecessary to judge the merits of Roosevelt's presidency.
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FDR as a PresidentHere are some opinions:I would think being the only President ever elected to a third (let alone a fourth) term could be considered a success.Roosevelt was a good president during world war 2. He helped the American people prepare themselves for war.I do not think that he was. Befo…
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Answer FDR went on the radio to talk to Americans at home. These were called the "Fire Side Chats". He spoke as if he was sitting in their home, talking by the fireplace. Answer The fire Side Chat discussion held by FDR to the America Public was given on January 6, 1941
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The Soviets were Accustomed to Roosevelt's friendly, patient style, Molotov was shaken. "I have never been talked to like that in my life," he reportedly said to Truman.
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Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt was the 26th President of the United States. He conserved more land area, over 150 Million acres, as President, which is more than any other person in world history. Roosevelt held a number of other posts in government both in the State of New York and the federal governme…
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Theodore Roosevelt did not have a middle name. His full name was simply Theodore Roosevelt.
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No after the revisions past in October it has to be filed with a lawyerDISSENTED: You don't need a lawyer to apply for Section 8.In most cases you can apply online to have your name on the waiting list, not for the program itself, due to the fact that information and signatures are required to be pr…
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Answer The poor. Answer The average Joe just like most of us on this board. This caused unemployement which led to breadlines, soup kitchens and many good men had to try and "train jump" to try different parts of the States and Canada to find a job. You can bet the government didn't suffer! I…
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The Manhattan Project, or more formally, the Manhattan Engineering District (MED), was the effort during World War II to develop the first nuclear weapons of the United States with assistance from the United Kingdom and Canada. Its research was directed by American physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer, u…
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Opposition to the New DealMany fiscal conservatives attacked the New Deal policies because of the tremendous cost. Others felt the government was becoming too big. Some of the New Deal agencies, like the TVA and REA, were opposed because conservatives felt they were socialistic. Big business also wa…
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On a personal level, TR had no major vices except for coffee. He loved the outdoors, did not smoke, and only had the occasional soak. Roosevelt's critics might call him a racist, but he was in fact very progressive. Shortly after he was sworn in as President, he invited Booker T. Washington to the…
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Answer There's a really good audio tape on this called "No Ordinary Time, Franklin & Eleanor Roosevelt The Home Front in World War II. You can probably find it at the library or on Ebay.
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Roosevelt knew the United States would eventually be going to war, he just didn't want America to look like the aggressing nation. He wanted to prolong America's involvement in Europe and Japan for as long as possible because the need to strengthen our forces. If you read any book on pre-world war…
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Washingtons Siblings By his fathers first marriage, George Washington had two half brothers live to maturity-- Lawrence Washington, surrogate father to George after the death of their father, Augustine "Gus" Washington. He also had three brothers and one sister live to maturity-- Mrs. Betty Le…
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FDR (January 30, 1882 - April 12, 1945), 32nd President of the United States, the longest-serving holder of the office, was one of the central figures of 20th century history. He is best known for leading the U.S. through the Great Depression using his New Deal, building a powerful Democratic party …
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The AAA (Agriculture Adjustment Adminstration) paid farmers across the USA to reduce their surplus goods in order to raise the price of crops for the future. This involved culling thousands of cattle and destroying many crops nationwide which had proven to be a controversial issue at the time - espe…
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He was the president of the United States
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Roosevelt, not being a dictator, but an elected official, had to build a consensus of his fellow leaders in Congress before he could act to assist the country's allies in Europe. For this reason, much assistance was actually given in the form of material and support long before the U.S. actually joi…
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Answer do some research on the internet or go to the library and read the books... and some have 1st hand, hands on experience.
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27 of the 44 US presidents served more than one term in office. 19 of these were elected to more than one term in office. The other 8 served out the term of a president who died in office and were re-elected for a second full term. Only one president served more than two terms, Franklin D Roosevelt,…
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I believe that there were soup kitchens, although they were few and far between. They were also called "bread lines". It was just the beginning of the Great Depression and many men were out of work. Some Trivia Did you know that Al Capone (yes the gangster) started the Chicago soup kitchen's. He …
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George Washington did not have any children with his wife but he did have two step children from Martha's previous marriage, 1 boy and 1 girl. But he did adopt them through his marriage with his wife. The boy was named John Parke 'Jackie' Custis, and he was the older one. And the girl's name was M…
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Franklin D Roosevlet was a Presedent of the United States also married to Eleanor Roosevelt. He was president in the time period of the depression. Althought I can not remember weather it was before or after the Great Depression. But I believe it was after.
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FDR and the New Deal helped America. He helped America rejuvenate itself and helped to raise the country's self esteem. This lead to more people being to buy back their house which they had previously sold because they were not able to pay the mortgages, and Henry Hoovers ideas of rugged individuali…
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Franklin D. Roosevelt was U. S. President from March, 1933 until his death in April, 1945. He was the only U. S. President who served more than eight years.
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Excellent info here. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franklin_D._Roosevelt#Foreign_policy.2C_1937-1941if you dont want to see the site the answer is Big Stick Diplomacy,
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FDR's New Deal was a plan to help America's poor economy right after The Great Depression in the 1920s-1930s.
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It helped the Great Depression become lifted. *SS act *WPA and CCC ttt acts for workers that's only some of them keep looking it also gave people jobs!
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The Casablanca Conference took place in the Anfa Hotel in Casablanca, Morocco. Here they discussed military stratigies for WW2.
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FDR cause of death Franklin D. Roosevelt died of a cerebral hemorrhage on April 12, 1945, at the age of 63, while vacationing in Warm Springs, Georgia.
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a cerebral hemorrhage
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Answer An idealist, Roosevelt was trying to suggest an alternative to war in Europe and Asia by way of a US "quarantine" around agressors like Mussolini who had invaded Ethiopia and Japan that was involved with China at that time. He was seeking an alternative to war. US isolationists responded …
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He called it "a day of infamy".He also said that a state of war existed between Japan and the US and that congress should not hesitate in officially declaring war between the US and Japan.
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Characteristics of FDR Franklin D. Roosevelt was born into a rich, old, privileged New York family. He attended the most exclusive schools and was sheltered from the real world by his mother. His mother tried to plan most of his life. When he married Eleanor, she was from the same exclusive social s…
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President Franklin D. Roosevelt was 63 years old when he died in office.He was born on January 30, 1882 and died April 12, 1945.63 years old
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He ordered the imprisonment of the Japaneese,Italian and German Americans. That order was called Executive Order 9066, and was issued onFebruary 19,1942, by Franklin D. Roosevelt. The main objective was to prevent civil uprising and harassment of ths nationalities associated with the Axis powers. Ma…
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There were two presidents whose terms of office overlapped those years generally defined as the Great Depression. The First was Republican Herbert Clark Hoover (August 10, 1874 - October 20, 1964), who was 31st President of the United States from 1929-1933. However it was his successor, Democrat Fra…
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Answer The New Deal brought relief, recovery and reform by many different things. Relief- Temporary help for those who are suffering due to unemployment. By building many public works projects, this was temporarily solved. Many people went to work as construction workers. Recovery- To help the …
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Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt were distant (fifth) cousins. Franklin's wife, Eleanor Roosevelt , was Theodore's niece .
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Franklin Roosevelt was elected four times-- in 1932, 1936, 1940 and 1944. He died April 12, 1945, not long after beginning his fourth term of office. He was the only US President in history to serve more than two terms.
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hope this helpsin basic terms, because of Americas involvement in WWII, Germany and japan didn't wipe out England or russia. with those two countrys gone gremany would have owned Europe and all it's resources making them the supreme power. they already had the most advanced technology of that day, a…
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Answer FDR did a a lot, including bring the Americans out of Depression sending troops to fight in WWII after Pearl Harbor. FDR died before the end of WWII it was Harry Truman who ended it by droping the Atoming bomb on Japan.
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The move from wanting to stay out of the war to intervention was a matter of trying to help the unemployed by helping the UK and creating employment. The attack on Pearl Harbor was what brought the US into the war.
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Delano was his middle name.
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Theodore Roosevelt served from from Sept 14, 1901 until March 4, 1909.He became president when McKinley died and was elected to a full term in 1904.
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My knowledge is limited but this is what i know so far, -They both took control of newspapers and newsreels to advertise themselves. -both cured a depression. -promised "change" and "new ways to better the economy" -both were very motivational speakers To be more specific: -Jan. 30, 1933 - Hit…
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Throughout WW2 Franklin D. Roosevelt was the president. However, he dies in the final years before WW2 ends, and Truman becomes president. he is the one who issues the atomic bombs in Japan, which eventually ends the war.
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FDR served for 12 years and 42 days. He served three full terms and died after serving less than three months of his fourth term. However his second term was less than four years, since the Inauguration date was moved from March 4 to January 20. He served from March 4, 1933 until he died on April 12…
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Roosevelt, as US President, kept programs in place helping the American people recover from the Depression. He also increased military building, providing funds and supplies to US troops and allies. Maintaining the morale of US people also continued.
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President Roosevelt, historians say, was responsible for the salvation of the Western world as we know it now; free, democratic and peaceful. He was responsible for getting the majority of the US forces over to the European Theater to defeat Hitler. He met with the leaders of the Allied Forces to pl…
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Answer He wrote most of his speeches himself, but sometimes had the help of world renown speech writer Sam Rosenman. CORRECTION: In truth, Franklin D. Roosevelt used the services of numerous speech writers, according to Dr. Buhite and David W. Levy in their book entitled FDR;s Fireside Cha…
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt lost use of his legs due to poliomyelitis. He got it at age 39 in August of 1921 when he was vacationing at Campobello Island in New Brunswick. Although he was officially diagnosed as a polio case, many people now believe that he had Guillain-Barré syndrome.
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WPA, Works Progress Administration, hired young men to do construction work around rural country areas. Allowed men to save money to send home during the end of the depression and allowed them to help the country with building roads, bridges, buildings and other projects the government helped to…
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It preserved capitalism It increased the power of the federal government. It created a long-lasting social safety net.
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Republicans criticized the New Deal because it was good for the poor and middle class and a threat to their income.
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cuz chuck Norris said so!cuz chuck Norris said so!
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Answer Actually, they were cousins, albeit distant ones. According to genealogists, Winston Churchill and FDR were seventh cousins once removed on FDR's mother's side. I don't know what this means so please don't ask. I don't know anything about FDR being related to Churchill but I can expl…
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To some extent yes. It can be argued that without him and the New Deal America may not have recovered from the Depression. Now before Roosevelt, Hoover was in power, he believed in 'rugged individualism' and refused to help the people as he felt they neeeded to sort it out for themselves. However, …
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Hitler and Roosevelt had a number of similarities and differences. Most notably, they came into power in the same month and solved the crisis of depression which was causing many social and political issues in both Germany and the USA. They also both hated Communism and democracy, while Roosevelt wa…
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Answer He was the first president that was willing to help the working class even if it contradicted what the Supreme Court wanted. Answer He controled the panama canal
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Franklin Roosevelt died on April 12 ,1945 at Warm Springs, Georgia of a cerebral hemorrhage. He was 63 years old.
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Franklin D Roosevelt was famous because he was the president of the United States from 1933 - 1945.
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Franklin Roosevelt for 12 years, 1 month and 8 days.
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He was the US President .
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The term "New Deal" was taken from one of FDR's speeches. It was the name given to his domestic program to help end the Great Depression. It's plan to be put into effect was known as "the three R's, relief, recovery, and reform." Laws were passed and agencies created to do such things as end unemplo…
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There are four possible answers: *The reduction of the national debt *Control of stock prices by the Federal Government *Joint effort of business and labor to strengthen the Presidency *Assumption by the Federal Government of greater responsibility for the nation's well-being Corrections I all…
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The link below has some information about Roosevelt but his middle name is Delano as proved at the link below, highlight it then right click and click on copy, then post it to your search bar where you type in a website name. You should get the complete paper. Hope I helped ya out. :-) http://www.b…
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This is some what true but not what the answer to the question was-Franklin D. Roosevelt Became President by Fard work getting a good education by going to hardverd being a good persone & getting electoreal votes from the people. He became the president in 1933. He was born in Hyde Park,New Y…
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The Soviet Union had just been invaded by Germany. More InformationHitler invaded the Soviet Union in "Operation Barbarossa" on 22 June 1941. However, the Soviet Union did not become an official participant in Lend-Lease until the end of September. For these three months, the US supplied the USSR …
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He was president of the United States.
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Franklin D. Roosevelt's accomplishments as a President was that he got to become the 32nd President of the United States also that during the deppresion Franklin created The New Deal which helped people get into work by building buildings and bridges which in turn helped boost the economy and get f…
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Franklin Roosevelt was an active president and so made many friends and many enemies. Here are some views about his presidency. Roosevelt's 'fireside chats' - radio broadcasts that he made to share his intentions and progress of those intentions with the American people helped them to understand wha…
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I generally don't say this, but your mother has no right to force you to wear a dress! Talk to your father. No, wearing a dress won't make you gay, but you may be teased by your male friends and even some girls. Talk to your mother and tell her you aren't wearing that dress! If she doesn't listen t…
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(NN/GP: less American military involvement in Latin America) The purpose of this policy was to improve the relationship between the USA and Latin America. It was, first and foremost, Franklin Roosevelt's renouncement of military intervention by the United States into Latin American countries. It wa…
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