Life and death of U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt.
Washington DC USA Date:1945, April 12 Duration:7 min 5 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt passes away. Past events showing the President working for the nation. The President addresses the people. An aerial view of the Capitol building. The President stands in a balcony of the building for the inaugural ceremony. A large crowd gathers in front of the building to hear him. The President in car outside a building, he waves. The President with other dignitaries in a hall. The President at work in his office. He waves towards a large crowd lined up on the streets to greet him. He is seated in a car with his wife. People gather outside a building. The President with his family outside the building. He meets British Prime Minister Winston Churchill to discuss about World War II. He addresses the people and declares the state of war between Japan and the United States. The President seated in a jeep reviews troops. Churchill seated with the President. Other officials stand in the background. President Roosevelt seated with U.S. Vice President Truman. He studies a map with other officials. He addresses the people at the inaugural ceremony and takes the oath as the President. Exterior of a building. The President confers with other dignitaries at Livadia Palace near Yalta. He addresses the people about the war against Japan. The United States flag lowered on the flag pole.
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