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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Before the 1952 revolution, Egypt hosted on 22 November 1943 the "1st Cairo Conference" launched by US President Franklin Roosevelt with the participation of British Leader Winston Churchill and Chinese leader Chiang Kai-shek.
President Franklin Roosevelt read to those listening on the radio after the start of 1944 invasion.
4) Cinco de Mayo wasn't recognized in the United States until 1933 when President Franklin Roosevelt helped create the "Good Neighbor Policy" to improve relationships with Latin American countries.
US President Franklin Roosevelt signed the Lend-Lease Act to ship war supplies to Allied nations.
On one wartime visit to the White House to meet with President Franklin Roosevelt, the British prime minister was enjoying a soak in the bathroom of the Lincoln Bedroom, glass of Scotch in one hand and cigar in the other.
President Franklin Roosevelt won a fourth term of office impossipuzzles Doug looked up when his wife came in.
I hope when visiting the People's House this year, visitors will get a sense of being home for the holidays." The decor features a table set for a family dinner with the Reagan china, president Franklin Roosevelt's copy of the classic novel"A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens and an homage to 1961 holiday theme"Nutcracker Suite." There are multiple trees, including the official White House Christmas tree with ornaments depicting the seals of US states and a tree honouring US troops killed in combat.
Fermi and Bohr were among those scientists who warned President Franklin Roosevelt of the danger of Germany developing an atomic bomb, in a letter delivered by Albert Einstein in 1939.
Last week, 100-year-old Celestino Almeda and the few surviving Filipino war veterans received the long overdue honor promised by US President Franklin Roosevelt when he called on all organized military forces from Allied nations to join the fight against the Axis powers.
In 1938, President Franklin Roosevelt sought to abolish a monument designated by President Calvin Coolidge; Roosevelt's attorney general said it couldn't be done.
During the heart of the depression, President Franklin Roosevelt signed the first Farm Bill (known as the Agriculture Adjustment Act) into law in 1933 as part of his New Deal.