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The Guide to Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial

Updated: Jan 29, 2020


Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial

The Memorial Location

The Memorial is located 1850 West Basin Dr SW, Washington, DC 20242, the most convenient way to get there is by taking the Metro rail. The two closest Metro stops are Federal Triangle and Smithsonian, both on the Blue, Orange and Silver lines.


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Who’s Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial?

He was born in January 1882 in Hyde park; NY and he was graduated Harvard university.

In 1905 married to Anna Eleanor Roosevelt. From the sons he had 5 surviving children.

Between 1911-13 state senator of NYC city.

In 1913 to 1920 assistant secretary of the navy involved in the world war I

In 1920 the Democratic Party nominates him Vice President.

1928 he was elected as a governor of NYC.

1928 onset of the Great Depression. By early 1930 about 30 present of the nation’s work force was unemployed.

1933 was elected as the 23 presidents of the United States.

In his first 100 days a new program was introduced to provide immediate relief create jobs and economic recovery.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt leads a reform in the civil rights, labor relations, banking and civil service.

Th great efforts he leads creates the administration of the social security 1935.

1939 World War II breaks out in Europe. In 1941 the USA enters the war, FDR lunches nationwide war efforts sending more than 16 million troops to the war.

1944 Franklin Delano Roosevelt was elected for 4th yearn of presidency.

April 12, 1945, he died at the age of 63.



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