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Franklin D. Roosevelt Speeches DVD, MP3 Download, USB Flash Drive

Franklin D. Roosevelt Speeches DVD, MP3 Download, USB Flash Drive
Franklin D. Roosevelt Speeches DVD, MP3 Download, USB Flash Drive
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Contents:

BBC Radio w Mike Thomson 20070723 - The Whitehouse Coup (Attempt To Overthrow FDR in 1933)

FDR 28 DNC - Nominates Al Smith

FDR 33 - Inaugural Address

FDR 33 - Oath of Office

FDR 330304 - InauguralAddress

FDR 330312 - 4th FDR Fireside Chat

FDR 330507 - FDR Fireside Chat

FDR 361028 - 50th Anniversary of Statue of Liberty

FDR 390104 - SOTU Address Excerpt - ''The Last Best Hope Of Earth''

FDR 390104 - SOTU Address Excerpt - Last Best Hope Of Earth

FDR 3909 - On Polish Crisis

FDR 390903 - Fireside Chat on Beginning of WWII (All)

FDR 390921 - ExtraordinarySessionOfCongressToAidEurope(Entire)

FDR 39xx - Cryptic Comment On Running For Third Term

FDR 3x - Against 'What Government Ought Not To Do' Complaints

FDR 3x - The 'Three Horses' Of Government

FDR 3x - The President & The People

FDR 400510 - On Invasion Of Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg

FDR 400516 - Address To Congress - On Military Strength

FDR 400526 - Fireside Chat Against War Profiteers & On International-Domestic Issues

FDR 400610 - U. Of VA Commencement - Hand That Held The Dagger

FDR 4007xx - Democratic Convention Excerpt - ''Foreign Wars''

FDR 401102 - Campaign Speech On Resistance To Fascism

FDR 401224 - Christmas Message Excerpt

FDR 401229 - ''Great Arsenel Of Democracy'' Speech Excerpt (longer)

FDR 401229 - ''Great Arsenel Of Democracy'' Speech Excerpt (smaller)

FDR 410106 - SOTU Address - The Four Freedoms

FDR 410120 - 3rd Inaugural Address Beginning

FDR 410308 - Passage Of Lend Lease Program Excerpt

FDR 410315 - White House Correspondants Association Dinner

FDR 410317 - National Gallery Of Art Acceptance Speech

FDR 410328 - Jackson Day Dinner Speech

FDR 410430 - Why To Buy War Bonds

FDR 410527 - Pan American Union Speech - Americas Prepare For War (Entire)

FDR 410704 - Independence Day Speech Excerpt

FDR 410721 - Draft Extension Speech Excerpt

FDR 410911 - German U-Boat Attack On USS Greer Speech aka Shoot On Sight Speech

FDR 411208 - Day of Infamy Speech (Entire)

FDR 411209 - 1st Wartime Fireside Chat - ''We Will Win The War''

FDR 411224 - Christmas Message Excerpt

FDR 420106 - SOTU Address Excerpt

FDR 420223 - Washington's Birthday Speech

FDR 420428 - Wartime Cost Of Living Speech

FDR 421012 - Columbus Day Speech - On Prejudice During Wartime

FDR 4307 - Mussolini Resigns (Entire Spech)

FDR 430728 - Coal Miner Strike Speech (Entire)

FDR 430728 - GI Bill Of Rights Speech Excerpt

FDR 431224 - Christmas Eve (Keyboard Flaw in source - All)

FDR 440111 - SOTU Address - Economic Bill Of Rights Excerpt

FDR 440605 - Rome Falls (Entire)

FDR 440606 - D-Day Landings (Entire)

FDR 440923 - Campaign Speech to Teamsters Union ( 'My Little Dog 'Falla'' Speech)

FDR 4501 - InauguralSpeech - 'We Have Learned We Cannot Live Alone'

FDR 450106 - SOTU Address (Entire)

FDR 4502 - The Crimea Conference

FDR 450212 - On Russians Just After Yalta

FDR 450301 - FDR's Last Address To Congress

FDR 450412 - FDR Dead News Bulletin

FDR 4x - President's Wartime Responsibilities

FDR Miscellaneous 1940 White House Recordings 001

FDR Miscellaneous 1940 White House Recordings 002

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FDR Miscellaneous 1940 White House Recordings 035

FDR Miscellaneous 1940 White House Recordings 036

FDR Office Conversation 1 (1940)

FDR Office Conversation 2 (1940)

FDR Office Conversation 3 (1940).mp3 (A. Philip Fandolph Conversation)

FDR Office Conversation 4 (1940).mp3 (A. Philip Fandolph Conversation)

FDR Office Conversation 5 (1940)

FDR Office Conversation 6 (1940)

FDR Office Conversation 7 (1940)

FDR Office Conversation 8 (1940) (Axis Conversation)

FDR Office Telephone Conversation (1940) (Hull Conversation)

FDR Press Conference #678 19400906

FDR Press Conference #680 19400913

FDR Press Conference #680 19400924

FDR Press Conference #683 19400927

FDR Press Conference #685 19401001

FDR Press Conference #686 19401004

FDR Press Conference #688 19401008

FDR Press Conference #690 19401018

FDR Press Conference #691 19401022

FDR Press Conference #692 19401025

FDR Press Conference #693 19401101

FDR Press Conference #694 19401108

New World A'Coming 450415 - Memorial to Franklin D Roosevelt

Our Hour of National Sorrow - A Tribute To President Roosevelt NBC 450415


Franklin D. Roosevelt, American lawyer and politician, New York State Senator, Assistant Secretary Of The Navy, Governor of New York, 32nd President of the United States (January 30, 1882 - April 12, 1945) was born in Hyde Park, New York. Roosevelt, often referred to by his initials FDR, served as the 32nd president of the United States from 1933 until his death in 1945. A member of the Democratic Party, he won a record four presidential elections and became a central figure in world events during the first half of the 20th century. Roosevelt directed the federal government during most of the Great Depression, implementing his New Deal domestic agenda in response to the worst economic crisis in U.S. history. As a dominant leader of his party, he built the New Deal Coalition, which realigned American politics into the Fifth Party System and defined American liberalism throughout the middle third of the 20th century. His third and fourth terms were dominated by World War II, which ended shortly after he died in office. He is rated by scholars as one of the three greatest U.S. presidents, along with George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Roosevelt was born in Hyde Park, New York, to a Dutch American family made well known by the reputation of Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th president of the United States, and William Henry Aspinwall. FDR graduated from Groton School and Harvard College and attended Columbia Law School but left after passing the bar exam to practice law in New York City. In 1905, he married his fifth cousin once removed, Eleanor Roosevelt. They had six children, of whom five survived into adulthood. He won election to the New York State Senate in 1910, and then served as Assistant Secretary of the Navy under President Woodrow Wilson during World War I. Roosevelt was James M. Cox's running mate on the Democratic Party's 1920 national ticket, but Cox was defeated by Republican Warren G. Harding. In 1921, Roosevelt contracted a paralytic illness, believed at the time to be polio, and his legs became permanently paralyzed. While attempting to recover from his condition, Roosevelt founded the treatment center in Warm Springs, Georgia, for people with poliomyelitis. In spite of being unable to walk unaided, Roosevelt returned to public office by winning election as Governor of New York in 1928. He was in office from 1929 to 1933 and served as a reform Governor, promoting programs to combat the economic crisis besetting the United States at the time. In the 1932 presidential election, Roosevelt defeated Republican President Herbert Hoover in a landslide. Roosevelt took office in the midst of the Great Depression, the worst economic crisis in United States History. During the first 100 days of the 73rd United States Congress, Roosevelt spearheaded unprecedented federal legislation and issued a profusion of executive orders that instituted the New Deal-a variety of programs designed to produce relief, recovery, and reform. He created numerous programs to provide relief to the unemployed and farmers while seeking economic recovery with the National Recovery Administration and other programs. He also instituted major regulatory reforms related to finance, communications, and labor, and presided over the end of Prohibition. He harnessed radio to speak directly to the American people, giving 30 "fireside chat" radio addresses during his presidency and becoming the first American president to be televised. The economy having improved rapidly from 1933 to 1936, Roosevelt won a landslide reelection in 1936. However, the economy then relapsed into a deep recession in 1937 and 1938. After the 1936 election, Roosevelt sought passage of the Judiciary Reorganization Bill of 1937 (the "court packing plan"), which would have expanded the size of the Supreme Court of the United States. The bipartisan Conservative Coalition that formed in 1937 prevented passage of the bill and blocked the implementation of further New Deal programs and reforms. Major surviving programs and legislation implemented under Roosevelt include the Securities and Exchange Commission, the National Labor Relations Act, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Social Security, and the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, which, among other things, prohibited child labor and created the right to a minimum wage. The United States reelected FDR in 1940 for his third term, making him the only U.S. President to serve for more than two terms. With World War II looming after 1938, Roosevelt gave strong diplomatic and financial support to China, the United Kingdom and eventually the Soviet Union while the U.S. remained officially neutral. Following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, an event he famously called "a date which will live in infamy", Roosevelt obtained a congressional declaration of war on Japan, and, a few days later, on Germany and Italy. Assisted by his top aide Harry Hopkins and with very strong national support, he worked closely with British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, Soviet leader Joseph Stalin and Chinese Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek in leading the Allied Powers against the Axis Powers. Roosevelt supervised the mobilization of the U.S. economy to support the war effort, and implemented a Europe first strategy, making the defeat of Germany a priority over that of Japan. He also initiated the development of the world's first atomic bomb, and worked with the other Allied leaders to lay the groundwork for the United Nations and other post-war institutions. Roosevelt won reelection in 1944, but with his physical health declining during the war years, he died in April 1945, less than three months into his fourth term. The Axis Powers surrendered to the Allies in the months following Roosevelt's death, during the presidency of his successor, Harry S. Truman. (1882-1945) the 32nd U.S. President was born in Hyde Park, New York.