President of United States Franklin Roosevelt delivers a fireside chat in Washington D.C. to the nation.
Washington DC USA Date:1940, December 29 Duration:6 min 29 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt delivers Fireside Chat speech to the nation on 29th December, 1940 in Washington D.C. during World War II. Roosevelt talks about less chances of the United States getting into war and to support the nations defend themselves against attack by the Axis Powers. Further he speaks about supplying equipment required by the nations defending against Axis Powers. He denies any demand for sending an American Expeditionary Force outside United States. He talks about cooperation between the Government, industry and labor. Roosevelt also speaks about immediate expansion of industries essential to defend the nation. He lays stress on aiding Great Britain and expresses his belief that the Axis Powers will not win the World War II.
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