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Franklinus D. Roosevelt
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Franklinus D. Roosevelt
32° Praeses Civitatum Foederatarum Americae
1933-1945
Antecessus a Herbertus Hoover
Secutus a Ioannes Nance Garner (1933–1941)
Henricus A. Wallace (1941-1945)
Henricus S. Truman (1945)
Natus 30 Ianuarii 1882
Hyde Park, Novi Eboraci
Obiit 12 Aprilis 1945
Warm Springs, Georgiae
Praeses vicarius Henricus S. Truman
Factio democratus
Uxor Anna Alienora Roosevelt
Ars causidicus
Religio Episcopalianismus
FDR 11 annos natus.
Franklinus et Alienora in Campobello Insula, Canada, anno 1904.
Roosevelt Assistant Secretary of the Navy.
FDR in silla rotaria sedet.
FDR et Al Smith anno 1930.
Photographia FDR Man of the Year TIME Magazine, Ianuario 1933.
Roosevelt et Hoover Die Inaugurationis, 1933.
Pictura praesidentialis Franklini D. Roosevelt.
Roosevelt Actum Securitatis Socialis die 14 Augusti 1935 signat.
Roosevelt et Churchill apud Conloquium Casablancae 1943 ineunte.
Conlectio video clips Rooseveltianorum.

Franklinus Delano Roosevelt, vulgo saepe FDR appellatus (natus die 30 Ianuarii 1882; obiit die 12 Aprilis 1945), tredecim annos fuit tricensimus secundus Praeses Civitatum Foederatarum (1933–1945) et gravissimus in rebus orbis terrarum per medium saeculum XX princeps, qui Civitates Foederatas tempore depressionis oeconomica et belli universi duxit. Qui, solus praeses Civitatum Foederatarum plus quam bina spatia temporis creatus, firmam societatis consociationem faciliorem redidit quae civilem rationem Civitatum Foederatarum decennia adficiebat. "Happy Days Are Here Again," cantu resiliente pro musico certaminis argumento, FDR Herbertum Hoover, incumbentem Republicanum, pessimis Magnae Depressionis diebus Novembre 1932 vicit. Arte cum Winston Churchill et Iosepho Stalin laborans, Foederatos contra Germaniam et Iaponiam per secundum bellum mundanum duxit, sed mortem obiit victoria paene praesente.

Vita[recensere | fontem recensere]

Franklinus D. Roosevelt, familia originis Nederlandica natus, longinqua cognatione decessorem eius Theodorum Roosevelt Alienoramque Roosevelt contigit, utrique sobrini erant et sex filios genuerunt.

Anno 1910, Roosevelt senator in Novo Eboraco creatus est, ac anno 1920 candidatus praeses vicarius fuit, sed repente insequenti anno propter poliomyelitem facultatem ambulandi amisit.

Postquam anno 1926 cursum honorum recipiens, Novi Eboraci gubernator mense Novembre 1928 creatus est, et anno 1932 se candidatum Praeses Civitatum Foederatarum Americae esse confirmavit.

Quattuor annos fuit Gubernator Novi Eboraci.

Negotium Novum[recensere | fontem recensere]

FDR Herbertum Hoover post maximum defectum oeconomiae anno 1933 excepit. FDR suum consilium appellavit recuperare civitatem Negotio Novo.

Primi centum dies termini Franklini "Primum Negotium Novum" appellantur. Consilium paravit auxilium discrimini nationis.

  • CCC seu Robustici Conservatio Legio (RCL)
  • AAA seu Rusticus Accommodatio Decretum (RAD) Infirmus ab Curia Suprema declaratus est
  • NRA seu Popularis Reciperatio Decretum (PRD) Infirmus ab Curia Suprema declaratus est
  • SEC seu Sali et Collybus Mandatum (SCM)
  • Tennesiae Vallis Auctoritas seu TVA

FDR et bellum mundanum[recensere | fontem recensere]

FDR bellum in Iaponia post Portum Margaritarum oppugnatum declaravit. Germania ob eam rem Civitatibus Foederatis Americae bellum indixit. Tum Civitates Foederatae Americae bellum Germaniae indixerunt. FDR erat patronus Nationum Consociatus.

Vide etiam[recensere | fontem recensere]

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Biographicia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Fontes secundarii academici[recensere | fontem recensere]

Consilia externa et secundum bellum mundanum[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Berthon, Simon, et Joanna Potts. 2007. Warlords: An Extraordinary Re-Creation of World War II through the Eyes and Minds of Hitler, Churchill, Roosevelt, and Stalin. Da Capo Press. ISBN 0306815389.
  • Beschloss, Michael. 2002. The Conquerors: Roosevelt, Truman, and the Destruction of Hitler's Germany, 1941–1945. Novi Eboraci: Simon & Schuster. ISBN 9780684810270.
  • Caputi, Robert. 2000. Neville Chamberlain and Appeasement. Associated University Press.
  • Churchill, Winston. 1977. The Grand Alliance. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. ISBN 0395410576.
  • Cole, Wayne S. 1957. American Entry into World War II: A Historiographical Appraisal. The Mississippi Valley Historical Review 43(4):595–617.
  • Dallek, Robert. 1995. Franklin D. Roosevelt and American Foreign Policy, 1932–1945. Oxford University. ISBN 0195097327.
  • Glantz, Mary E. 2005. FDR and the Soviet Union: The President's Battles over Foreign Policy. University Press of Kansas. ISBN 9780700613656.
  • Heinrichs, Waldo. 1988. Threshold of War: Franklin Delano Roosevelt and American Entry into World War II. ISBN 9780195044249.
  • Keylor, William. 1998. The French Defeat of 1940: Reassessments. Berghahn Books.
  • Kimball, Warren. 1991. The Juggler: Franklin Roosevelt as World Statesman. ISBN 9780691047874.
  • Langer, William, et S. Everett Gleason. 1952. The Challenge to Isolation, 1937–1940. OCLC 1448535.
  • Langer, William, et S. Everett Gleason. 1953. The Undeclared War, 1940–1941. OCLC 404227.
  • Larrabee, Eric. Commander in Chief: Franklin Delano Roosevelt, His Lieutenants, and Their War. ISBN 9780060390501.
  • Reynolds, David. 2006. From World War to Cold War: Churchill, Roosevelt, and the International History of the 1940s. ISBN 9780199284115.
  • Sainsbury, Keith. 1994. Churchill and Roosevelt at War: The War They Fought and the Peace They Hoped to Make. New York University Press. ISBN 0814779913.
  • Sherwood, Robert E. 1950. Roosevelt and Hopkins: An Intimate History. Praemium Pulitzeranum.
  • Weinberg, Gerhard L. 1994. A World at Arms: A Global History of World War II. ISBN 9780521443173.
  • Woods, Randall Bennett. 1990. A Changing of the Guard: Anglo-American Relations, 1941–1946. ISBN 9780807818770.

Iudicium[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Barnes, Harry Elmer. 1953. Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace: A Critical Examination of the Foreign Policy of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Its Aftermath.
  • Best, Gary Dean. 2002. The Retreat from Liberalism: Collectivists versus Progressives in the New Deal Years.
  • Best, Gary Dean. 1991. Pride, Prejudice, and Politics: Roosevelt Versus Recovery, 1933–1938 Praeger Publishers.
  • Conkin, Paul K. 1975. New Deal.
  • Doenecke, Justus D., et Mark A. Stoler. 2005. Debating Franklin D. Roosevelt's Foreign Policies, 1933–1945. Rowman & Littlefield.
  • Flynn, John T. 1948. The Roosevelt Myth.
  • Moley, Raymond. 1939. After Seven Years.
  • Russett, Bruce M. 1997. No Clear and Present Danger: A Skeptical View of the United States Entry into World War II. Ed. 2a.
  • Plaud, Joseph J. 2005. Historical Perspectives on Franklin D. Roosevelt, American Foreign Policy, and the Holocaust. Archived at the FDR American Heritage Center Museum Website
  • Powell, Jim. 2003. FDR's Folly: How Roosevelt and His New Deal Prolonged the Great Depression. ISBN 0761501657.
  • Robinson, Greg. 2001. By Order of the President: FDR and the Internment of Japanese Americans.
  • Schivelbusch, Wolfgang. 2006. Three New Deals: Reflections on Roosevelt's America, Mussolini's Italy, and Hitler's Germany, 1933–1939.
  • Smiley, Gene. 1993. Rethinking the Great Depression.
  • Wyman, David S. 1984. The Abandonment Of The Jews: America and the Holocaust Pantheon Books.

Rhetorica FDR[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Braden, Waldo W., et Earnest Brandenburg. 1955. Roosevelt's Fireside Chats. Communication Monographs' 22: 290–302.
  • Buhite, Russell D., et David W. Levy, eds. 1993. FDR's Fireside Chats.
  • Craig, Douglas B. 2005. Fireside Politics: Radio and Political Culture in the United States, 1920–1940.
  • Crowell, Laura. 1950. Franklin D. Roosevelt's Audience Persuasion in the 1936 Campaign. Communication Monographs 17:48–64.
  • Crowell, Laura. 1952. Building the "Four Freedoms" Speech. Communication Monographs 22:266–283.
  • Houck, Davis W. 2001. Rhetoric as Currency: Hoover, Roosevelt, and the Great Depression. Texas A&M University Press.
  • Houck, Davis W. 2002. F. D. R. and Fear Itself: The First Inaugural Address. Texas A&M University Press.
  • Roosevelt, Franklin D. 2005. My Friends. Kessinger Publishing. ISBN 1-4179-9610-2.
  • Ryan, Halford Ross. 1979. Roosevelt's First Inaugural: A Study of Technique. Quarterly Journal of Speech 65:137–149.
  • Ryan, Halford Ross. 1988. Franklin D. Roosevelt's Rhetorical Presidency. Greenwood Press.
  • Stelzner, Hermann G. 1996. 'War Message,' December 8, 1941: An Approach to Language. Communication Monographs 33:419–437.

Fontes primarii[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Bureau of the Census. 1951. Statistical Abstract of the United States: 1951.
  • Bureau of the Census. 1976. Historical Statistics of the United States: Colonial Times to 1970.
  • Cantril, Hadley, et Mildred Strunk, eds. 1951. Public Opinion, 1935–1946.
  • Gallup, George Horace, ed. 1972. The Gallup Poll: Public Opinion, 1935–1971. 3 voll.
  • Loewenheim, Francis L., et Harold D. Langley, eds. 1975. Roosevelt and Churchill: Their Secret Wartime Correspondence.
  • Moley, Raymond. 1939. After Seven Years.
  • Nixon, Edgar B., ed. 1969. Franklin D. Roosevelt and Foreign Affairs. 3 voll.
  • Roosevelt, Franklin D. 19381945 The Public Papers and Addresses of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Ed. Samuel Irving Rosenman. 13 voll. De annis 1928–1945.
  • Zevin, B. D., ed. 1946. Nothing to Fear: The Selected Addresses of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 1932–1945. Orationes selectae.
  • Documentary History of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Administration. 20 vol.
  • Roosevelt, Franklin D. 1947, 2005. Wartime Correspondence Between President Roosevelt and Pope Pius XII. Ed. Myron C. Taylor. Praefationes Pii Papae XII et Harrii Truman. Kessinger Publishing. ISBN 1419166549.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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