United States President Franklin Roosevelt addresses nation about its industrial, social and military power, in Washington DC.
Washington DC USA Date:1942, February 23 Duration:1 min 29 sec Sound:Yes
United States President Franklin Delano Roosevelt addresses the nation from White House in Washington DC. Sitting at his desk he talks about the position of United States in World War II. He speaks of economic, industrial and military power of America. President Roosevelt reminds that the Americans were considered as weak links in other countries of Europe and rest of the world. He boosts the morale of General Douglas MacArthur, his soldiers and sailors by his enthusiastic speech.
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