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aul. Who was Franklin D. Roosevelt’s wife? 2. Who was FDR’s cousin? Theodore Roosevelt Eleanor Roosevelt 3.How was FDR able to talk 2. H4. 4. Where was FDR born? to so many people each week? Hyde Park, New York Fireside Chats Wh 5. Where did President 4. Wh6. What did FDR’s Tennessee Roosevelt die? Valley Authority do? Warm Springs, Georgia Brought electricity to homes in Tennessee and other Southern States. 7. What was the United Nations? A group of people from countries all over the world that meet to talk about problems and issues. 9. What war did President Roosevelt bring the United States into? World War II 11. Why were some people hesitant to vote for Franklin for governor? They wondered if someone who could not walk could be the leader of a state. 8. What did FDR become ill with? Polio 10. What was the New Deal? FDR’s plan to help the people of the United States recover from the Great Depression 12. Why was Eleanor called Franklin’s eyes and ears? She traveled around the United States and talked to people about their problems face to face. She would then tell Franklin what she had seen and heard. 13. What was life like for many people during the Great Depression? Businesses closed and millions of people lost their jobs and homes. People had to wait in lines for bread for hours because they couldn’t buy their own. Life was difficult. 14. What did President Roosevelt’s plan “The New Deal” promise to people? It promised to get American’s back to work. 15. Besides being in a wheelchair, how was President Roosevelt different from other presidents? He was the only person to be elected to 4 terms as president. 16. Explain how Franklin Roosevelt was an example of diligence. He spent years trying to regain his strength after he had polio. 17. What is the quote that Franklin is famous for saying? “Yesterday, December 7, 1941, a date which will live in infamy, the United States of American was attacked by the empire of Japan.” 18. Why could the United States no longer stay out of World War II? Because Japan bombed Pearl Harbor and Japan was on the same side of the war as Germany and Italy. 19. Which two countries had dictators come into power in 1939 which caused the beginning of WWII? 20. During WWII, why did women take over factory jobs that had once been done by men? Because the men were fighting in the war. Germany and Italy 21. Who became president when FDR passed away just before WWII ended? 22. Why was FDR a hero? He didn’t let his disability prevent him from reaching his goals. Vice President Harry Truman 23. Why were some countries angry that there were dictators in Germany and Italy? Because the dictators had complete power and sometimes ruled cruelly. 24. How did FDR show he supported liberty? He led the United states in a war against dictators who took away freedom. 25. How did FDR show cooperation? 26. What were some projects that the New Deal started? FDR and his wife, Eleanor, worked together to help people. Building bridges, roads, dams, libraries, schools, and airports. 27. What were some things Americans did to help during WWII? 28. What did the CCC or Civilian Conservation Corps program do? Put people to work in national parks, forests, beaches, and campgrounds. Grew their own food so food from farms could be sent to soldiers and collect scrap metal to be turned into equipment for war. 29. How did the Civilian Conservation Corps program give people a sense of pride? People were proud because they had jobs that were helping their country.