President Roosevelt addresses the U.S. Congress in Washington DC, seeking to limit use of U.S. products by belligerent nations.
Washington DC USA Date:1936, January 3 Duration:4 min 3 sec Sound:Yes
President Franklin D Roosevelt addresses the Congress in Washington DC, United States. Roosevelt explains the essence of the foreign policy of America. He states that America has always tried to limit armament and aimed at peaceful solution of disputes. He says that United States believes in equality and popular rule. He also speaks about the steps America would take in event of a war including the practice of discouraging use of American products by belligerent states.
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