Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Frankin Delano Roosevelt's childhood was interesting.
F.D Roosevelt was born on January 30, 1882 in Hyde Park, New York.
At age of 14 F.D. Roosevelt attended Groton School for rich children.
He entered Harvard University in September of 1900.
He also had an exciting career as well.
President Woodrow Wilson appointed him assistent secretary of the U.S Navy.
Soon after he caught polio.
After getting polio he purchased Warm Springs Resort in Georgia.
In 1932 he was elected president over former president Herbert Hoover.
After being elected president he made the “New Deal” program.
The “New Deal” soon after made the FERA, NRA, TVA , WPA, CCC, NYA, and AAA.
New Deal passed laws to meet problems of releif, recovery, and reform.
On December 7, 1941 Japan bombed Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt died April 12,1945 at Warm Springs Resort, Georgia.
He also had many major accomplishments.
He guided America through WW2 and The Great Depression.
He made Social Security and Wagner Acts.
He also changed the future.
He restored peoples jobs by building places where they could work.
He also ended The Great Depression.