President Franklin Roosevelt

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Noun1.President Franklin Roosevelt - 32nd President of the United StatesPresident Franklin Roosevelt - 32nd President of the United States; elected four times; instituted New Deal to counter the Great Depression and led country during World War II (1882-1945)
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Even though President Franklin Roosevelt wanted time to prepare the nation, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill came to the White House to discuss strategy on December 22.
President Franklin Roosevelt gave his annual State of the Union address from the White House instead of the Capitol in 1944.
On January 6, 1941, President Franklin Roosevelt gave a State of the Union speech that was both clear and poetic, a love letter to democracy.
and grandson of former US President Franklin Roosevelt, spoke at the inaugural session of the conference.
I tell the Americans that you are the friends of Saudi Arabia, Arabs and the humanity," the king said, adding that this friendship that began since the time of King Abdul Aziz and President Franklin Roosevelt would become stronger in the coming years.
Churchill's World War II diary charts his meetings with US president Franklin Roosevelt, France's General Charles de Gaulle and Soviet leader Joseph Stalin.
On May 11, 1935, President Franklin Roosevelt signed an Executive Order creating the Rural Electrification Administration, now the Rural Utilities Service (RUS).
In reaction to the bombing of Pearl Harbor by Japan in 1941, US President Franklin Roosevelt signed executive order by which Japanese, Americans of Japanese ancestry, German and Italian citizens, permanent residents, and American citizens of those respective ancestries (and American citizen family members) were were placed in camps.
President Franklin Roosevelt declared a bank holiday in 1933, Gunnison Valley Bank was one of the first banks in the nation to open its doors.
Eleanor Roosevelt, wife of President Franklin Roosevelt, described the document as an "International Magna Carta".
Originally signed into law in 1944 by President Franklin Roosevelt, veterans used the original GI Bill benefits immensely.
1943 American President Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill met in Casablanca.