Winston Churchill with President Roosevelt and Stalin at a dinner party at the British Legation in Tehran during Churchill’s 69th birthday, 30 November 1943

Winston Churchill with President Roosevelt and Stalin at a dinner party at the British Legation in Tehran during Churchill’s 69th birthday, 30 November 1943

Winston Churchill being greeted by local people in Reykjavik, during his visit to Iceland on his way home from the Atlantic Conference with President Roosevelt, 19 August 1941.

Winston Churchill being greeted by local people in Reykjavik, during his visit to Iceland on his way home from the Atlantic Conference with President Roosevelt, 19 August 1941.

Horton (Capt) -- Winston Churchill on board the battleship HMS PRINCE OF WALES during his journey to America to meet President Roosevelt, August 1941. -- High quality art prints, canvases -- Imperial War Museum Prints

Horton (Capt) -- Winston Churchill on board the battleship HMS PRINCE OF WALES during his journey to America to meet President Roosevelt, August 1941. -- High quality art prints, canvases -- Imperial War Museum Prints

Rare Photos Reveal A Different Side To History Than You Already Knew | Curious Historian

Rare Photos Reveal A Different Side To History Than You Already Knew | Curious Historian

TIL that when President Roosevelt visited The Pentagon in 1945 before its dedication he ordered them to remove the whites only signes and therefore making The Pentagon the only building in Virginia were segregation laws were not enforced until 1965.

TIL that when President Roosevelt visited The Pentagon in 1945 before its dedication he ordered them to remove the whites only signes and therefore making The Pentagon the only building in Virginia were segregation laws were not enforced until 1965.

1935: Congress adopts the Social Security Act on August 14 for the purpose of providing retirement security for American workers. The Act is an attempt to limit what were seen as dangers in the modern American life, including old age, poverty, unemployment, and the burdens of widows and fatherless children. By signing this Act, President Roosevelt becomes the first president to advocate federal assistance for the elderly.

1935: Congress adopts the Social Security Act on August 14 for the purpose of providing retirement security for American workers. The Act is an attempt to limit what were seen as dangers in the modern American life, including old age, poverty, unemployment, and the burdens of widows and fatherless children. By signing this Act, President Roosevelt becomes the first president to advocate federal assistance for the elderly.

FUNERAL OF PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT [ETC.] - National Archives and Records Administration 1945 - ARC 39058, LI 208-UN-151 - DVD Copied by J. Williams.  Series: Motion Picture Films from United News Newsreels, compiled 1942 - 1945.  Part 1, President Roosevelts body is placed on a special train at Warm Springs, Georgia. The train is met in Washingt...

FUNERAL OF PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT [ETC.] - National Archives and Records Administration 1945 - ARC 39058, LI 208-UN-151 - DVD Copied by J. Williams. Series: Motion Picture Films from United News Newsreels, compiled 1942 - 1945. Part 1, President Roosevelts body is placed on a special train at Warm Springs, Georgia. The train is met in Washingt...

The Economic Bill of Rights”    Excerpt from President Roosevelt's January 11, 1944 message to the Congress of the United States on the State of the Union

The Economic Bill of Rights” Excerpt from President Roosevelt's January 11, 1944 message to the Congress of the United States on the State of the Union

President Roosevelt speech, "The soldier, however patriotic, who runs away is no good", Brattleboro, Vermont, 1902

President Roosevelt speech, "The soldier, however patriotic, who runs away is no good", Brattleboro, Vermont, 1902

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