Franklin D Roosevelt Social Impact

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Franklin Delano Roosevelt was born on January 30, 1882, and served four terms as an United States President up to his death. The United States served as a neutral power in the beginning of World War II, mostly because the Great Depression in the US had just ended and many people did not want to be involved in something overseas just like the occupation in WWI. Eventually American citizens gave in and decided they would allow the country to help provide aids, as long as they did not enter the war. In 1940, President Roosevelt signed many bills and acts that allowed war supplies to be sent to other countries and also authorized for other countries to be able to ask for loans from the United States. This provided a success for American citizens as it kept soldiers and weapons from being used for a war that didn’t directly involve the United States.…show more content…
Immediately after this violent occurrence, the US entered World War II. The US had many successes up till Roosevelt’s death such as: occupying Sicily, decreasing the land mass of Germany in Africa. A famous success of Roosevelt was the friendly relations with Joseph Stalin of the USSR, which decided to help the US against the Japanese Empire after Germany surrendered. Franklin Roosevelt made lasting impacts on the outcome of WWII mostly because of the strong friendly alliances that were gained, although he never made it to the end of the war. Unfortunately on April 12th, 1945 Franklin Delano Roosevelt passed
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