Franklin Roosevelt - SR 1905
   Franklin Roosevelt is born January 30, 1882 in Hyde Park, in the Hudson Valley located just over 150 km north of New York. His mother Sarah was 28 years old. He was her only child. His father James was 54 years old. He was his second son. He was the widower of his first marriage. He was a wealthy owner who leased land to farmers in Hyde Park. Franklin had a happy and lonely childhood and received an aristocratic education. His father died in 1900. On September 14, 1901, his distant cousin Theodore Roosevelt became the 26th President of the United States. In December 1902, he ...

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Franklin Roosevelt - SR 1910
   In 1904, Franklin Roosevelt took courses in law at Columbia University in New York. It did not graduate but he preferred pass with success the Diploma exams for the New York Bar in spring 1907. Then he worked for a law firm reputed business of Wall Street in 1908, the first year without remuneration. A legal career didn't satisfy him, he chose politics, the way of his uncle by marriage President Theodore Roosevelt. On November 08, 1910, Franklin Roosevelt won his first election as senator, he was only challenger in a tough district. He was 28 years old. He served in the Senat...

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Franklin Roosevelt  - SR 1913
   On November 05, 1912, Franklin Roosevelt was reelected Senator in the Mercury-Sun period, which ended May 2, 1914. Four months later on March 17, 1913, he was appointed Assistant Secretary of the Navy by President Woodrow Wilson. He was 31 years old. During the First World War, Roosevelt encouraged the development of submarines. In 1918, he traveled to Britain and onto the front in France to oversee the U.S. armed forces. During this trip to London he met Winston Churchill then Minister of Munitions. In the Horoscope of Franklin Roosevelt:   On March 17, ...

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Franklin Roosevelt - SR 1918
   After the declaration of war of the United States against Germany on April 6, 1917, Franklin Roosevelt traveled the summer of 1918 in England and France as Assistant Secretary of the Navy. He met Wilson Churchill in London and George Clemenceau in Paris. Upon his return to New York on September 19, 1918, he caught the Spanish flu. This virulent disease caused the first fatal case in Boston in mid-September 1918. There was a average rate of mortality very high of 3% of sick. In infected areas, 25% of nurses died. This outbreak, which began in the U.S. in 1918, has killed at le...

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Franklin Roosevelt - SR 1921
   In 1920, Franklin Roosevelt was nominated as a candidate for the vice-presidency of the United States by the convention of the Democratic party. It was a failure. Then he worked in New York as director of a business law firm and as vice president of a commercial company. On the morning of August 11, 1921, he woke up paralyzed of legs while he was on holiday in Canada at Campobello Island. He was diagnosed of a polio. Now some experts believe that Franklin Roosevelt suffered in reality of Guillain-Barré syndrome. From 1926, he used his fortune and reputation to help paralyzed...

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Franklin Roosevelt - SR 1928
   From August 1921 to early 1928, Franklin Roosevelt dedicated herself to care for her disability, sudden paralysis the Guillain-Barré syndrome, diagnosed at the time as polio. He helped the others disabled by funding a hydrotherapy center in Georgia. To defeat this disease, he presented himself as governor of New York in the fall of 1928. In public, he walked with a cane or he was helped by a person, in private he was using a wheelchair. On November 06, 1928, Franklin Roosevelt won the election for governor of New York by a narrow majority in the Mars-Saturn period (from May ...

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Franklin Roosevelt - SR 1929
   Less than an year after his success in the election of Governor of New York began the Great Depression, the greatest economic crisis of the XXth century. Between Thursday, October 24 and Tuesday, October 29, 1929, the quotations on the stock exchange in New York collapsed. These days are known as Black Thursday (October 24), Black Monday (October 24) and Black Tuesday (October 29). These three fateful days are etched in the memory of the fellows. In mid-day Thursday, Oct. 24, the Dow Jones cotation lost 22.6% causing panic and rioting before the Stock Exchange building after...

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Franklin Roosevelt - SR 1930
   On November 04, 1930, Franklin Roosevelt was again elected governor of New York in the Mars-Moon period (from October 30, 1929 to December 1, 1931). He had more than 48 years old. The second mandate started after the stock market crash of 1929. As governor, he has managed to mitigate its disastrous consequences through a vigorous policy. His political opponents called him socialist because he organized the protection of the unemployed through direct financial support. He did not trust an economy in free competition without any constraint in return. He acted to improve working...

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Franklin Roosevelt - SR 1932
   On November 08, 1932, Franklin Roosevelt won the election for the U.S. presidency by a large majority in the period Mars-Sun (From December 1st, 1931 to July 1st, 1933). He was more 50 years old. This campaign took place at the beginning of the Great Depression caused by the Wall Street crash of 1929. Franklin Roosevelt proposed New Deal, to tackle economic problems, reducing bureaucracy and the repeal of Prohibition. His opponent was an advocate of non-interference policy, the conviction that it is the law of the market which should dominate. Franklin Roosevelt had protected...

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Franklin Roosevelt - SR 1936
   On November 10, 1936, Franklin Roosevelt won a second election for the U.S. presidency with an additional 5 million votes (compared to 1932) in the period Jupiter-Saturn (from October 31, 1936 to May 2, 1939). He had 54 years old.   In 1934, Franklin Roosevelt instituted its policy towards a second New Deal. After reforming the banking system, he decided to compensate for the failure of the private economy by numerous reforms to protect the poorer. He created the Works Progress Administration which employed up to 3.3 million people to build roads, bridges and p...

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Franklin Roosevelt - SR 1941
   On Sunday, December 7, 1941 (7 h 53 local time and 2 h 23, Washington time), the Japanese aviation attacked without declaration of war, the American base of Pearl Harbor located in the archipelago of Hawaii, in the Pacific. This attack was carried out by six Japanese aircraft carriers and 400 aircraft. It caused the death of 2,403 soldiers and civilians. A dozen American ships were sunk or damaged. Fortunately that day, the American aircraft carriers were out of port to do maneuvers and several boats could sail again in a few months. Noon the next day, December 8, 1941, Presi...

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