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.
He was the US President .
What was Franklin roosevelts position on world war 2 before pearl harbor? In: World War 2
He expected victory.
He wanted to win the war.
wining world war 2 and pulling us out of the great depression becoming preseident
Franklin D Roosevelt And in the final days, following Roosevelts death, Harry Truman.Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry Truman
During Franklin Roosevelts third term the United States joined World War 2 after the Japenese attacked Pearl Harbor.
Secretery of the Navy.
He was the president of the United States
Franklin D. Roosevelt was President of the United States during WWII.
what is Franklin d. roosevelts accomplishment *Franklin D Roosevelt brought the Americans out of Depression, sending troops to fight in ww2 after Pearl Harbor *He led them tovictory in world war 2 * He was elected President in November 1932
President and Commander and Chief of Armed Forces
The major foreign affair in FDR's administration was the World War II- both keeping the US out of it , getting into it and fighting it once we were in it.
He was the US Commander in Chief until his death.
they were allies in world war 2
Roosevelt officially joined WWII in retaliation to the Pearl Harbour bombing, he aligned America with the English and worked to stop Japan and Germany.
He led most of World War 2. Then Truman took over when he died.
His position was to be supportive of the allies. Before the attack on Pearl Harbor, Roosevelt found ways to help Britain and France militarily when World War II started in 1939. He kept in regular contact with Winston Churchill.
No, World War II did.
Franklin Roosevelt wasn't part of world war 1. he became part of world war 2 when japan attacked the nation. he then signed a declaration of war against japan.
The two "Roosevelts" were Theodore Roosevelt and Franklin Delano Roosevelt, two American presidents. Theodore Roosevelt was the 26th President, most notable for his contribution to the Progressive Era of trust-busting, conservation, and neo-imperialism (for example the Roosevelt Corollary and the Panama Canal). Franklin Delano Roosevelt was the 32nd President, most notable for his New Deal plan against the Great Depression and leadership during World War II. Theodore and Franklin were fifth cousins.
he was a military leader and a comander
World War 1 and the first gasoline cars and the spanish American war. World War 1 and the first gasoline cars and the spanish American war.