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Taylor Shotkoski World History 6 Mrs. Herrmann
FDR Born on January 30, 1882 Parents were James and Sara Delano Roosevelt He was educated by private tutors Then he went to Groton private school in Massachusetts He received a BA degree in history from Harvard in 3 years He then went to Columbia University There he passed his bar exam in 1907
FDR March 17, 1905 he married Eleanor Roosevelt in New York City. He had a lot of experience in politics, he started out as a New York Senator, then Assistant Secretary of the Navy, nominated for vice presidency, Governor of New York, and he was elected president four times in a row He was stricken with polio in August of 1921 Died in the beginning of his fourth presidency in Warm Springs, Georgia on April 12, 1945
Winston Churchill Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill Born at Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire on November 30, 1874 Son of Randolph Churchill and Lady Randolph Lord Randolph was a conservative and his mom was too busy with the fashionable social life to raise him He was raised by Mrs. Everest He entered Harrow School, then he enrolled in the Royal Military Academy, in Sandhurst His father died when he was 20 years old He married Clementine Hozier on September 12, 1908
Winston Churchill After school he was commissioned into the 4 th Hussars then he became a cavalry officer Then he was with the 21 st Lancers and then he was commissioned into the South African Light Horse He returned to England and was elected into parliament as a conservative MP, then he became President of Board and Trade, then he was home Secretary, and then he was the Secretary of State for War and Air As he continues his careers he becomes First Lord of the Admiralty, and then he finally becomes the Prime Ministers two times in a row Then he resigns He dies on January 24, 1965 in London England
Similarities Both had rich American mothers Were both obsessive collectors as boys Politics were their passion Supporters and friends of each other Loved tobacco, strong drinks, history, the sea, battleships, hymns, pageantry, patriotic poetry, high office, and hearing themselves talk
They had such an interesting friendship that will go down in history for forever!!!
Similarities They helped each other in WWII and they won together and they wouldn’t have been able to do that without each other Both were very courageous and very high ranked within their own countries Accomplished a lot in their lifetimes and were men of peace They also savored power They would talk about war, politics, the burden of command, their health, wives, and children
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