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christmas is coming. indulge. 

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christmas is coming. indulge. 

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Draft of FDR’s “Day of Infamy” Speech. December 7, 1941.
A few hours after learning of the attacks on Pearl Harbor, President Franklin D. Roosevelt dictated a short address to be delivered to a Joint Session of Congress the following day.
His handwritten revisions—visible in this December 7 draft of the speech—made the “Day of Infamy” speech one of the most memorable in American history.
Read more about the drafting of this significant speech.
–from the FDR Library



We ran an incredibly photo essay about Pearl Harbor last year. Check it out.

theatlantic:

ourpresidents:

Draft of FDR’s “Day of Infamy” Speech. December 7, 1941.

A few hours after learning of the attacks on Pearl Harbor, President Franklin D. Roosevelt dictated a short address to be delivered to a Joint Session of Congress the following day.

His handwritten revisions—visible in this December 7 draft of the speech—made the “Day of Infamy” speech one of the most memorable in American history.

Read more about the drafting of this significant speech.

–from the FDR Library

We ran an incredibly photo essay about Pearl Harbor last year. Check it out.

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