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Third Inaugural Address of President Franklin D. Roosevelt [January 20, 1941] - History

Third Inaugural Address of President Franklin D. Roosevelt [January 20, 1941] - History

ON each national day of inauguration since 1789, the people have renewed their sense of dedication to the United States.In Washington& 39;s day the task of the people was to create and weld together a nation.In Lincoln& 39;s day the task of the people was to preserve that Nation from disruption from within.

Patrons & Artists in Renaissance Italy

Patrons & Artists in Renaissance Italy

During the Renaissance, most works of fine art were commissioned and paid for by rulers, religious and civic institutions, and the wealthy. Producing statues, frescoes, altarpieces, and portraits were...

Eastern Front

Eastern Front

The Siege of LeningradWorld War II’s most infamous siege began a little over two months after the launch of “Operation Barbarossa,” Adolf Hitler’s surprise invasion of the Soviet Union. On June 22, 1941, in defiance of a nonaggression pact signed two years earlier, some 3 million German soldiers ...read moreWhen Stalin Was Caught NappingDespite being sworn ideological enemies, Nazi Germany and the Communist Soviet Union put aside their vast differences to sign a nonaggression pact in August 1939.

Valentine Bridgelayer

Valentine Bridgelayer

Valentine BridgelayerThe Valentine Bridgelayer was the last version of the tank to see frontline service, and could deploy a medium sized bridge while under fire.A & 39;scissors& 39; bridge was mounted on top of a Valentine tank. This was normally carried in the folded position, and was raised and put in place using a screw jack.

Vichy and its enemies

Vichy and its enemies

CloseTitle: Leave us alone! Creation date: 1941Date represented: 1941Dimensions: Height 0 - Width 0Technics and other indications: PrintingLocation of Conservation: Musée de l'Armée (Paris) websiteContact copyright: © Paris - Musée de l & 39; Armée , Dist. RMN-Grand Palais - Photo Army Museum Image reference: 08-517424 / 999.

Fair parades

Fair parades

Close Title: Parades de foire Author: ANONYMOUS (-) Date represented: Dimensions: Height 26.5 - Width 43 Technique and other indications: Wood grain, colored stencil print, laid paper Théophile Frédéric and Rodolphe Henri De Deckherr (editors) , France, Montbéliard Place of Conservation: MuCEM website Contact copyright: © Photo RMN-Grand Palais - J.