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"The liberty of a democracy is not safe if the people tolerate the growth of private power to a point where it comes stronger than their democratic state itself. That in its essence, is fascism - ownership of government by an individual, by a group." - FDR

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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

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1905 Geronimo and five other historic Indian Chiefs lead President Theodore Roosevelt’s second Inaugural Parade. They created a sensation and brought the crowds along the parade route to their feet.

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The 'special relationship' - in pictures

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6 January 1941 worldwartwo.filminspector.com President Roosevelt Four Freedoms speech

President Theodore Roosevelt's diary entry the day his wife died. On Valentine's Day of 1884, just 36 hours after the birth of their only daughter, Alice, 25-year-old future U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt held his young wife in his arms as she passed away from undiagnosed Bright's disease. Incredibly, just hours before, in the same house, he had already said a final goodbye to his mother, Martha. She had succumbed to Typhoid, aged just 48.

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Theodore Roosevelt Quote Typed on Typewriter

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Sweeping landscapes and sepia stares: Inside the rare book depicting the customs and ceremonies of Native Americans that fetched a FORTUNE at auction

"Geronimo" Apache 1905 - Edward S. Curtis Description by Edward S. Curtis: This portrait of the historical old Apache was made in March, 1905. According to Geronimo's calculation he was at the time seventy-six years of age, thus making the year of his birth 1829. The picture was taken at Carlisle, Pennsylvania, the day before the inauguration of President Roosevelt, Geronimo being one of the warriors who took part in the inaugural parade at Washington.

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