This Biography is about one of the best Political Leaders of the world F D Roosevelt including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of F D Roosevelt|
|Real Name||F D Roosevelt|
|Profession||Political Leaders, Presidents|
|Famous as||32nd President of the United States|
|Personal Life Of F D Roosevelt|
|Born on||30 January 1882|
|Died At Age||63|
|Born in||Hyde Park|
|Died on||12 April 1945 AD|
|Place of death||Warm Springs|
|Diseases & Disabilities||Polio|
|Mother||Sara Ann Delano|
|Children||Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Jr., James Roosevelt, Elliott Roosevelt, Anna E. Roosevelt, John Aspinwall Roosevelt, Franklin, Jr.|
|Education||Groton School, Harvard College, Columbia Law School|
Jean Edward Smithâs quote âHe lifted himself from a wheelchair to lift the nation from its kneesâ best describes Rooseveltâs prominent position in the United States political scenario. The 32nd President of United States, Franklin Delano Roosevelt remained the key figure during the mid of the 20th century. A man with a vision, he led United States in its worst time of crises and helped the country come out of the realms of Great Depression to become an economically powerful country in the world with restored prosperity.
It was his optimistic approach and never-say-die attitude that instilled in the people a nationalistic spirit. During the World War II, he successfully retained the neutral stand of United States despite making the country an âArsenal of Democracyâ and aiding China and Great Britain all through during the war. Roosevelt is the only US President to be elected four times consecutively.
In his twelve years long service as the President of the United States, Roosevelt dominated Americaâs political scene completely, so much so that even decades after, his dominance was virtually present and greatly felt. He was the primary founder and the initiator for the formation of later formed United Nations and Bretton Woods. Along with Abraham Lincoln and George Washington, Franklin Roosevelt is one of the top three U.S. Presidents.