Presentation on theme: "Franklin D. Roosevelt. Inolvent in the Holocaust The question of Franklin d. Roosevelt’s attitudes and policies regarding the holocaust of European Jews."— Presentation transcript:
Inolvent in the Holocaust The question of Franklin d. Roosevelt’s attitudes and policies regarding the holocaust of European Jews during the 2 nd world war has consumed many since the publication of David Wyman’s important work, the Abandonment of the Jews: America and the holocaust, 1941-1945, in 1984. responding to Wyman’s book was one of the factors that motivated Robert L. Beir, a Jewish world war 2 veteran, businessman, teacher, and member of the Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt institute board.
Younger years As a child his parents worried about his health an well being His parents made him study from dawn till dusk He also went to Harvard to get a degree in business
Franklin’s 1 st, and 2 nd term 1 st term. In 1932 Roosevelt won the democratic nomination for president, becoming the first person ever to win a person defeated in a vice presidential election presidential nomination after being. Roosevelt’s 1932 election and the three that followed brought into power the new deal coalition: white Protestant southerners, northern Jews and Catholics, blacks, labor union members, and small farmers. The coalition would convert the democrats into the majority party, dominate the presidential elections (with only 2 exceptions) through the 1960s, and control most of the congresses into the 1990s.
Death don da dun He died in office of a cerebral hemorrhage right after a allied victory against the Nazis he died at 63
2 nd term Franklin d. Roosevelt was going against Governor Alfred Landon of Kansas winning by a landslide 523 to 8. The election of 1936 saw the birth of a new democratic political coalition: it became the new party of African Americans, and the party of the immigrants and urban masses.