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Franklin D. Roosevelt
FDR's funeral procession
FDR died on April 12, 1945, of a stroke at his home in Warm Springs, Georgia, leaving Vice President Harry Truman to see the U.S. to victory
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Broadcast from a Pacific coast naval base to the Democratic National Convention in Chicago, Illinois, on July 20, 1944, Franklin D. Roosevelt accepts his party’s nomination for an unprecedented fourth presidential bid and speaks about postwar preparations now that victory is close at hand.
Franklin D. Roosevelt's Third Inaugural Address
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Franklin D. Roosevelt on New Deal Programs
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