President Roosevelt

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Noun1.President Roosevelt - 32nd President of the United StatesPresident 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)
2.President Roosevelt - 26th President of the United StatesPresident Roosevelt - 26th President of the United States; hero of the Spanish-American War; Panama Canal was built during his administration; "Theodore Roosevelt said `Speak softly but carry a big stick'" (1858-1919)
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Men like the Wilcoxes, or President Roosevelt, would say yes.
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The magazine highlighted the late King Abdulaziz's first visit to Egypt where he met the US President Roosevelt in 1945.
Robinson, sister of President Roosevelt, read a letter from President Harding on the subject of Prohibition.
With further research I learned that President Roosevelt made a stop in Natal on his return trip from Casablanca [by airplane in January 1943].
In the course of the segment, Winton mentioned that in 1939, he wrote a letter to President Roosevelt, asking the United States to accept some of the children.
The faces of President Roosevelt and Holt Collier are part of the history of the store.
in recognition of the Civilian Conservation Corps that President Roosevelt created over 80 years ago.
Although hundreds of thousands of Americans had already staged massive street demonstrations and rallies to protest Nazi anti-Semitism, President Roosevelt told his ambassador to Germany, William Dodd, appointed in June 1933, that Nazi persecution of Jews was not a matter with which the U.
President Roosevelt responded: "I wish you to know how deeply I and the American people appreciate the efficient, generous and humane manner in which Glasgow and its citizens came to the help of our countrymen and women.
I came to realize that President Roosevelt, defying the strong isolationist feeling in the country, had shown remarkable political courage in 1940 in inaugurating the nation's first peacetime draft, and in calling for its renewal a year later.
Perhaps as important as the relief provided, the policies of President Roosevelt and his administrations also gave ordinary people hope that their lives would eventually improve.