President Franklin D Roosevelt gives a message to the Congress about rearmament during World War II in Washington DC.
Washington DC USA Date:1940, May 16 Duration:7 min 42 sec Sound:Yes
A session of the Congress in Washington DC, United States. President Franklin D Roosevelt in his message to the Congress emphasizes about the need for rearmament to avert the danger of an attack during the World War II. In his speech he talks about the need to protect the American hemisphere against an invasion. He also enumerates the possible threats to the independence of United States. He lays emphasis on the need to increase the production of ammunition to get ready for the war in case of an attack.
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