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Compare and contrast fdr and hitler
Transcript of Compare and contrast fdr and hitler
Compare and contrast F. D. Roosevelt to Adolf Hitler, their lives and beliefs. -They both took control of newspapers and newsreels to advertise themselves.
-both cured a depression.
-promised "change" and "new ways to better the economy"
-both were very motivational speakers
To be more specific:
-Jan. 30, 1933 - Hitler took control of the German Empire, on the same month Roosevelt became president of the United States.
-April 12, 1945 - Roosevelt suffers a cerebral hemorrhage and dies.
-April 30, 1945 - Hitler committed suicide, shooting himself in the mouth while simultaneously biting into a cyanide capsule along with wife Eva Braun.
, FDR DEATH By. Christian Infante
Gaby Busto What do Adolf and FDR have in common? After World War One people in America and Germany were experiencing economy downfall and depression. They were in need of leaders to get them though it and lift their spirits and hopes of once again becoming great and powerful countries. There is no doubt that Franklin D. Roosevelt and Adolf Hitler did just this. When taking a look at their political, and personal lives, one will see similarities and also explicit differences of how Franklin D. Roosevelt(FDR) and Adolf Hitler lived their lives, and how they influenced the world around them Adolf Hitler and Franklin Delano Roosevelt shared many common characteristics in the way the lead. They both were know for their charisma, ability to arouse emotion, and rose to power during a national crisis. Even with these commonalities, the result of their power ended very differently. FDR was elected for a total of four terms while Hitler became a dictator killing 6 million Jews, 40 million Russians, and countless others
Also they came into power in the same month and solved the crisis of depression which was causing many social and political issues in both Germany and the USA. They also both hated Communism and democracy, while Roosevelt was accused of founding a dictatorship. Altogether, there were a number of similarities, of which not all can be covered.
It is true that these countries did not face identical problems, but it is interesting how similar situations draw similar leaders. The generally accepted cause of the death of Adolf Hitler on Monday, 30 April 1945 is suicide by gunshot and cyanide poisoning. The dual method and other circumstances surrounding the event encouraged rumours that Hitler may have survived the end of World War II along with speculation about what happened to his remains. The 1993 opening of records kept by the Soviet KGB and Russian FSB confirmed the widely accepted version of Hitler's death as described by Hugh Trevor-Roper in his book The Last Days of Hitler published in 1947. However, the Russian archives did show what happened to the cadaver. Goals Promises and believes
that FDR and Adolf had in common
FDR promises several things in his inauguration speech. He says that while he is president he will make jobs, "make better use of the land", allow for the "strict supervision of banking, credits, and investments", and create a "sound currency". These promises are similar to Hitler's. Hitler states that he will rescue German farmers and help them to produce more, reduce the number of unemployed, create a compulsory labor-service, and provide for the sick and old. The goals of each leader are alike because each leader was faced with similar problems and thus had to fix, and each led with a similar hand. Simular actions that Adolf and FDR have done ! HITLERS DEATH 1945, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt passes away after four momentous terms in office, leaving Vice President Harry S. Truman in charge of a country still fighting the Second World War and in possession of a weapon of unprecedented and terrifying power.
On a clear spring day at his Warm Springs, Georgia, retreat, Roosevelt sat in the living room with Lucy Mercer (with whom he had resumed an extramarital affair), two cousins and his dog Fala, while the artist Elizabeth Shoumatoff painted his portrait. According to presidential biographer Doris Kearns Goodwin, it was about 1 p.m. that the president suddenly complained of a terrific pain in the back of my head and collapsed unconscious. One of the women summoned a doctor, who immediately recognized the symptoms of a massive cerebral hemorrhage and gave the president a shot of adrenaline into the heart in a vain attempt to revive him. Mercer and Shoumatoff quickly left the house, expecting FDR's family to arrive as soon as word got out. Another doctor phoned first lady Eleanor Roosevelt in Washington D.C., informing her that FDR had fainted. She told the doctor she would travel to Georgia that evening after a scheduled speaking engagement. By 3:30 p.m., though, doctors in Warm Springs had pronounced the president dead. True individual freedom cannot exist without economic security and independence. People who are hungry and out of a job are the stuff of which dictatorships are made.
The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.
More than an end to war, we want an end to the beginnings of all wars.
QUOTES BY FDR
may he rest in peace