In an Armistice Day speech in 1935, President Roosevelt reflects upon World War I and the perils still threatening world peace
Arlington Virginia USA Date:1935, November 11 Duration:4 min 28 sec Sound:Yes
President Roosevelt delivers a speech reflecting the failure of World War 1 to be the "war to end war." He addresses a crowd at the Arlington National Cemetery Amphitheater in Arlington, Virginia, gathered for Armistice Day, commemorating the 1918 armistice ending World War I. Roosevelt reflects upon the role of United States in the world (as seeds of World War 2 are being sown). He upholds the ideals of peace and importance of being a good neighbor. He declares that the aim must be to avoid war and to remove the causes of war.
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