Varying sentiments about war in lead up to World War 2. Roosevelt delivers his war message in the United States.
United States USA Date:1941, December 7 Duration:4 min 5 sec Sound:Yes
Disturbances and conflicting views about war versus isolationist approach in the United States prior to World War II. Officials speak about lend lease and advocate protectionism. Speakers include Senator Gerald P. Nye. and Senator Burton K. Wheeler. Wendell Willkie speak advocating a unified approach. Senator Joshua B. Lee of Oklahoma speaks. United States President Franklin D. Roosevelt addresses the Congress and delivers his war message. Student protestors on street in front of the White House with banners that read 'Peace Mobilization'. Laborers participate in various strikes. Vehicles drive past in front of the White House. German Bundists (German-American Bund) meet in Madison Square Garden. A band plays and the leader Fritz Julius Kuhn gives a brief speech during which a protestor leaps the stage and is beaten down by Bund members. Labor protesters on street and demonstrators for other causes in American society in the early 1940s. A woman demonstrator carries a sign advocating civil rights or equal rights that says "Did Lincoln Free the Slaves?"
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