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Clip #: MF-5C-4
Library: TFA Network
1940s, 1945, newsreel, Movietone News, FDR, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, FDR as young New York senator, Assistant Secretary of Navy, FDR swimming and playing ball with young infantile paralysis patients, children with polio, Georgia, Warm Springs Foundation, reading letter by fireplace with Eleanor and sons, FDR as Governor of New York, first Presidential inauguration, being inaugurated as President, newspaper headlines about depression and bank closures, Bank Holiday, people gathered around FDR as he signs Social Security Act, New Deal reforms, FDR at desk pushing telegraph key to open Norris Dam, FDR giving “Fear is Vanishing” speech, FDR driving in car with grandchildren and dog, on fishing trip, sitting on beach, World War II looming, August 14, 1936, Chautauqua, New York,“I Have Seen War… I Hate War” speech, FDR sitting with his mother next to fireplace, FDR standing with Queen Elizabeth and George VI on their visit to US, FDR reviews fleet, Aug. 18, 1938, Canada, Kingston, Ontario, Queen’s University, FDR receiving honorary degree and giving speech assuring assistance if Canada is threatened, FDR signing lend-lease bill at desk, Atlantic Conference, first meeting of FDR and Prime Minister Winston Churchill on HMS Prince of Wales in Atlantic, Atlantic Charter, FDR and Eleanor standing with priests after attending church, Pearl Harbor, speech in Congress declaring war on Japan, reviewing American troops in Casablanca, Casablanca Conference, Tehran Conference with FDR, Stalin and Churchill, FDR and General MacArthur at Pacific Strategy Conference, Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, FDR being sworn in for fourth term, Yalta Conference, FDR with Churchill and Stalin, FDR with King Farouk of Egypt, FDR with Ibn Saud, FDR’s last public appearance reporting to Congress about the Yalta Conference, FDR with American delegation to San Francisco Conference of United Nations, newspaper headlines heralding allied victory on day FDR dies, Harry S. Truman being sworn in as President
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