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A male given name given in honor of the Presidents
An American surname of Dutch origin, derived from words meaning rose and open country; borne by two Presidents of U.S
{i} family name; Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1882-1945), 32nd president of the United States (1933-45); Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919), 26th president of the United States (1901-1909), winner of the 1906 Nobel Peace Prize
First Lady of the United States (1901-1909) as the wife of President Theodore Roosevelt. Known as a shrewd manager of the White House, she oversaw a major renovation (1902) and delegated many of the responsibilities traditionally belonging to the First Lady. The 32nd President of the United States (1933-1945). Governor of New York (1929-1932), he ran for President with the promise of a New Deal for the American people. His administration was marked by relief programs, measures to increase employment and assist industrial and agricultural recovery from the Depression, and World War II. He was the only U.S. President to be reelected three times (1936, 1940, and 1944). He died in office. A river, about 644 km (400 mi) long, of northwestern Brazil. Originally known as the River of Doubt, it was renamed in honor of Theodore Roosevelt, who explored it in 1913. The 26th President of the United States (1901-1909). A hero of the Spanish-American War, he served as governor of New York (1899-1900) and U.S. Vice President (1901) under William McKinley. On McKinley's assassination (September 1901), he assumed the presidency. Roosevelt's administration was marked by the regulation of trusts, the building of the Panama Canal, and a foreign policy based on the motto "Speak softly and carry a big stick." He won the 1906 Nobel Peace Prize for his mediation in the Russo-Japanese War. Jack Roosevelt Robinson Roosevelt Anna Eleanor Roosevelt Franklin Delano Roosevelt Theodore Teddy Roosevelt Roosevelt Island Theodore Roosevelt National Park
given in honor of the Presidents
American surname of Dutch origin, derived from words meaning rose and open country; borne by two Presidents of U.S
32nd President of the United States; elected four times; instituted New Deal to counter the great depression and led country during World War II (1882-1945)
26th President of the United States; hero of the Spanish-American War; Panama Canal was built during his administration; said `Speak softly but carry a big stick' (1858-1919) 32nd President of the United States; elected four times; instituted New Deal to counter the great depression and led country during World War II (1882-1945) wife of Franklin Roosevelt and a strong advocate of human rights (1884-1962)
wife of Franklin Roosevelt and a strong advocate of human rights (1884-1962)
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Roosevelt Island
formerly (until 1921) Blackwell's Island and (1921-73) Welfare Island Island in the East River, between the boroughs of Manhattan and Queens, New York, New York, U.S. Administratively part of Manhattan, it has an area of 139 acres (56 hectares). In 1637 the Dutch bought the island from the Indians. In 1828 the city acquired it and built a penitentiary there. It was renamed in 1973 to honour Pres. Franklin Roosevelt. Now the site of moderate-income housing and shopping complexes, it is connected to Manhattan by aerial tramway and to Queens by bridge
Anna Eleanor Roosevelt
born Oct. 11, 1884, New York, N.Y., U.S. died Nov. 7, 1962, New York City U.S. first lady and diplomat. The niece of Theodore Roosevelt, she married her distant cousin, Franklin D. Roosevelt, in 1905. She raised their five children and became active in politics after her husband's polio attack (1921). As first lady (1933-45), she traveled around the U.S. to report on living conditions and public opinion for her husband, and she supported humanitarian causes such as child welfare, equal rights, and social reforms. During World War II, she traveled in Britain and the South Pacific as well as to U.S. military bases to help raise morale. She wrote the syndicated column "My Day," as well as several books. After her husband's death, she was appointed a delegate to the UN (1945, 1949-52, 1961), whose founding she had strongly advocated. As chair of its Commission on Human Rights (1946-51), she helped draft the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948). In the 1950s she traveled around the world for the UN and remained active in the Democratic Party
Eleanor Roosevelt
a US writer and politician who was the wife of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. She actively supported improvements in the social and economic conditions of ordinary people, and many people think that she influenced the "New Deal" policy of her husband's government. She was also interested in human rights, and was part of the group that produced the UN (United Nations) Declaration of Human Rights in 1945 (1884-1962). born Oct. 11, 1884, New York, N.Y., U.S. died Nov. 7, 1962, New York City U.S. first lady and diplomat. The niece of Theodore Roosevelt, she married her distant cousin, Franklin D. Roosevelt, in 1905. She raised their five children and became active in politics after her husband's polio attack (1921). As first lady (1933-45), she traveled around the U.S. to report on living conditions and public opinion for her husband, and she supported humanitarian causes such as child welfare, equal rights, and social reforms. During World War II, she traveled in Britain and the South Pacific as well as to U.S. military bases to help raise morale. She wrote the syndicated column "My Day," as well as several books. After her husband's death, she was appointed a delegate to the UN (1945, 1949-52, 1961), whose founding she had strongly advocated. As chair of its Commission on Human Rights (1946-51), she helped draft the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948). In the 1950s she traveled around the world for the UN and remained active in the Democratic Party
Franklin D Roosevelt
born Jan. 30, 1882, Hyde Park, N.Y., U.S. died April 12, 1945, Warm Springs, Ga. 32nd president of the U.S. (1933-45). Attracted to politics by the example of his cousin Theodore Roosevelt, he became active in the Democratic Party. In 1905 he married Eleanor Roosevelt, who would become a valued adviser in future years. He served in the New York senate (1910-13) and as U.S. assistant secretary of the navy (1913-20). In 1920 he was nominated by the Democrats as their vice presidential candidate. The next year he was stricken with polio; though unable to walk, he remained active in politics. As governor of New York (1929-33), he set up the first state relief agency in the U.S. In 1932 he won the Democratic presidential nomination with the help of James Farley and easily defeated Pres. Herbert Hoover. In his inaugural address to a nation of more than 13 million unemployed, he pronounced that "the only thing we have to fear is fear itself." Congress passed most of the changes he sought in his New Deal program in the first hundred days of his term. He was overwhelmingly reelected in 1936 over Alf Landon. To solve legal challenges to the New Deal, he proposed enlarging the Supreme Court, but his "court-packing" plan aroused strong opposition and had to be abandoned. By the late 1930s economic recovery had slowed, but Roosevelt was increasingly concerned with the growing threat of war. In 1940 he was reelected to an unprecedented third term, defeating Wendell Willkie. He developed the lend-lease program to aid U.S. allies, especially Britain, in the early years of World War II. In 1941 he met with Winston Churchill to draft the Atlantic Charter. With U.S. entry into war, Roosevelt mobilized industry for military production and formed an alliance with Britain and the Soviet Union; he met with Churchill and Joseph Stalin to form war policy at Tehrn (1943) and Yalta (1945). Despite declining health, he won reelection for a fourth term against Thomas Dewey (1944) but served only briefly before his death
Franklin D. Roosevelt
a US politician in the Democratic Party, who was the President of the US from 1933 to 1945. He helped to end the Great Depression by starting a programme of social and economic changes called the New Deal. He also tried to give support to the Allies without getting the US involved in World War II, but when Japan attacked the US in 1941 he was forced to join the war. Roosevelt is the only person who has ever been elected President of the US four times. In 1921 he became partly paralyzed (=unable to move) (=unable to move) because of the illness polio, and he had to use a wheelchair. He was extremely popular when he was president, and many people listened to his 'fireside chats' (=speeches) on the radio, in which he explained his plans and policies. He was married to Eleanor Roosevelt (1882-1945)
Franklin D. Roosevelt Lake
A reservoir of northeast Washington formed in the Columbia River by Grand Coulee Dam
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
FDR" (1882-1945) American politician, 32nd president of the United States (1933-45), implementer of the Depression-era social and economic programs known collectively as the "New Deal
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
born Jan. 30, 1882, Hyde Park, N.Y., U.S. died April 12, 1945, Warm Springs, Ga. 32nd president of the U.S. (1933-45). Attracted to politics by the example of his cousin Theodore Roosevelt, he became active in the Democratic Party. In 1905 he married Eleanor Roosevelt, who would become a valued adviser in future years. He served in the New York senate (1910-13) and as U.S. assistant secretary of the navy (1913-20). In 1920 he was nominated by the Democrats as their vice presidential candidate. The next year he was stricken with polio; though unable to walk, he remained active in politics. As governor of New York (1929-33), he set up the first state relief agency in the U.S. In 1932 he won the Democratic presidential nomination with the help of James Farley and easily defeated Pres. Herbert Hoover. In his inaugural address to a nation of more than 13 million unemployed, he pronounced that "the only thing we have to fear is fear itself." Congress passed most of the changes he sought in his New Deal program in the first hundred days of his term. He was overwhelmingly reelected in 1936 over Alf Landon. To solve legal challenges to the New Deal, he proposed enlarging the Supreme Court, but his "court-packing" plan aroused strong opposition and had to be abandoned. By the late 1930s economic recovery had slowed, but Roosevelt was increasingly concerned with the growing threat of war. In 1940 he was reelected to an unprecedented third term, defeating Wendell Willkie. He developed the lend-lease program to aid U.S. allies, especially Britain, in the early years of World War II. In 1941 he met with Winston Churchill to draft the Atlantic Charter. With U.S. entry into war, Roosevelt mobilized industry for military production and formed an alliance with Britain and the Soviet Union; he met with Churchill and Joseph Stalin to form war policy at Tehrn (1943) and Yalta (1945). Despite declining health, he won reelection for a fourth term against Thomas Dewey (1944) but served only briefly before his death
Franklin Roosevelt
(1882-1945) 32nd president of the United States (1933-1945)
Theodore Roosevelt
a US politician in the Republican Party who was the 26th president of the US, from 1901 to 1909. He became famous for his military achievements during the Spanish-American War of 1898, when he formed and led a group of soldiers called the "Rough Riders" in Cuba. During his period as president, the US organized the building of the Panama Canal, and Roosevelt described US foreign policy using the phrase "Speak softly and carry a big stick". He was informally called Teddy Roosevelt, and the teddy bear (=a soft toy bear) is named after him (1858-1919). known as Teddy Roosevelt born Oct. 27, 1858, New York, N.Y., U.S. died Jan. 6, 1919, Oyster Bay, N.Y. 26th president of the U.S. (1901-09). He was elected to the New York legislature (1882), where he became a Republican leader opposed to the Democratic political machine. After political defeats and the death of his wife, he went to the Dakota Territory to ranch. He returned to New York to serve on the U.S. Civil Service Commission (1889-95) and as head of the city's board of police commissioners (1895-97). A supporter of William McKinley, he served as assistant secretary of the navy (1897-98). When the Spanish-American War was declared, he resigned to organize a cavalry unit, the Rough Riders. He returned to New York a hero and was elected governor in 1899. As the Republican vice-presidential nominee, he took office when McKinley was reelected, and he became president on McKinley's assassination in 1901. One of his early initiatives was to urge enforcement of the Sherman Antitrust Act against business monopolies. He won election in his own right in 1904, defeating Alton Parker. At his urging, Congress regulated railroad rates and passed the Pure Food and Drug Act and Meat Inspection Act (1906) to protect public health. He created national forests and set aside mineral, oil, and coal deposits for conservation. He and secretary of state Elihu Root announced the Roosevelt corollary to the Monroe Doctrine, which reasserted the U.S.'s position as protector of the Western Hemisphere. For mediating an end to the Russo-Japanese War, he received the 1906 Nobel Prize for Peace. He secured a treaty with Panama for construction of a trans-isthmus canal. Declining to seek reelection, he secured the nomination for William H. Taft. After traveling in Africa and Europe, he tried to win the Republican presidential nomination in 1912; when he was rejected, he organized the Bull Moose Party and ran on a policy of New Nationalism. Though he lost the election, he secured 88 electoral votes the most successful third-party candidacy in the 20th century. Throughout his life he continued to write, publishing extensively on history, politics, travel, and nature. See also Big Stick policy; Theodore Roosevelt National Park
Theodore Roosevelt
(1858-1919) 26th president of the United States (1901-1909), winner of the 1906 Nobel Peace Prize
Theodore Roosevelt National Park
Preserve, west-central North Dakota, U.S. Established in 1947, it commemorates Pres. Theodore Roosevelt's interest in the American West. The 110-sq-mi (285-sq-km) park contains several sites along the Little Missouri River, including a petrified forest, Wind Canyon, eroded badlands, and Roosevelt's Elkhorn Ranch cabin
theodore roosevelt memorial national park
a national park in North Dakota that includes the site of former President Theodore Roosevelt's ranch
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    الواصلة

    Roo·se·velt

    التركية النطق

    rōzıvelt

    النطق

    /ˈrōzəˌvelt/ /ˈroʊzəˌvɛlt/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'rO-z&-v&lt (Roosev ] (biographical name.) Dutch roos (“rose”) + veld (“field”)

    فيديوهات

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    كلمة اليوم

    subserve
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