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8 thoughts on “ The D-Day Crisis - Eleanor Roosevelt - In Conversation With Ben Grauer (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Mrs. Roosevelt's father was known as a sportsman and big game hunter, and her mother was a noted beauty of the day. When Eleanor was 8 her mother died, and the young girl went to live with her maternal grandmother, Mrs. Valentine G. Hall, at Tivoli, N.Y., not far from Poughkeepsie. Her .
  2. In her newspaper column and on the air, First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt invited the American people to write to her. In she received some , letters and cards. She often worked late into the night reading her correspondence. She had a variety of prepared replies she instructed her secretary to send.
  3. Eleanor Roosevelt was the longest serving First Lady in US history.. Franklin Delano Roosevelt was elected President of the United States in November He was inaugurated on March 4, He was subsequently reelected and then elected again to unprecedented third and fourth terms.
  4. Eleanor Roosevelt (ER) considered herself a resident of Washington, D.C. and took an active part in the city's life during the Roosevelt Administration. Her activism stemmed from her conviction that the nation's capital belonged "to every citizen of the United States" and should be a place where "people.
  5. Eleanor gave birth to their fifth child, Franklin Jr. on August World War I broke out in Europe. On March 13, their sixth and last son – John – was born. U.S. entered World War I. Eleanor discovered Franklin Roosevelt’s affair with her social secretary, Lucy Mercer.
  6. WASHINGTON, Tuesday—So at last we have come to D-Day, or rather, the news of it reached us over the radio in the early hours of the morning on June the 6th. The first people I saw seemed very much excited. Curiously enough, I have no sense of excitement .
  7. Folk & classical label, founded c. Acquired (along with comedy subsidiary Offbeat) by Riverside Records in
  8. "My Day" Newspaper Columns by Eleanor Roosevelt. January | February | March | April | May | June | July | August | September | October | November | December.

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