Franklin D. Roosevelt Addresses Americans on Maintaining Neutrality in World War II Ca. 1939Unknown - 1939
As war broke out across Europe, President Franklin D. Roosevelt addressed the American public, saying that, "as long as it remained] in [his] power to prevent it," the United States would remain uninvolved in the war. However, he added, "I cannot ask that every American remain neutral in thought as well," and he urged Americans to carefully consider the facts and causes behind the war when forming their opinions. The United States would remain officially uninvolved in World War II until Japanese forces attacked the military base at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
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Copyright Date: ©1939
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