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Franklin Delano Roosevelt was the 32nd President of the United States of America Roosevelt served longer than any other President did in office 1933-1945 Franklin was in office for four terms as President Roosevelt held office during two of the greatest crises in the United States history These two obstacles are the greatest and most crucial events that our nation has ever faced First came the Great Depression which was a stepping stone in Roosevelts path to the Presidency of the United States Then came one of the biggest events in the history of the world which was World War 2 Roosevelt was born at his home in Hyde Park New York on January 30 1882 to James Roosevelt and Sara Delano Roosevelt at 845 pm He had weighed 10 pounds at birth It was a difficult delivery which nearly killed Roosevelts mother and himself When he came out he was unconscious at the time and only the mouth to mouth resuscitation continued to keep him alive Franklin was named after a great-uncle Roosevelt lived in Hyde Park in his younger years During the summers he was taken on trips to Europe with his parents Also spent time on Campobello Island in New Brunswick Franklin grew up as a protected child When a child he was with his parents very frequently He wore dresses until he was 5 years old Then there was clad in kilts then finally at 8 years old he began to wear pants At the age of 8 he finally was able to take his first unsupervised bath When he was four he was given his first pony then when he was 11 he was given his own hunting rifle At the young age of sixteen he was given a 21 sailboat You could say he lived an ok childhood In 1887 his father took Roosevelt to the While House where he meet Grover Cleveland President Cleveland said to Roosevelt
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