Roosevelt born Marius Lauber on 29 September is a German singer, songwriter and producer from Viersen. His first project was Beat! Years later the band separated and he became a soloist.
He then released his acclaimed debut EP 'Elliot' in In Junehe announced a second album, Young Romance. It was released on September 28, The Album) single from this album, "Under the Sun," was released on June 27, On 10 JuneRoosevelt released the single Signwhich was the first original material since his sophomore album Young Romance. Roosevelt then followed this up with his single Echoes on 19 August On 7 OctoberRoosevelt released the single 'Feels Right', In addition, his latest single was presented on 9 Decemberwhich is called Strangers whilst also announcing a new album called Polydans out on 26 February From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
German musician. A major contributor to this article appears to have a close connection with its subject. It may require cleanup to comply with Wikipedia's content policies, particularly neutral point of view. Hitler, Wait Up - Roosevelt (4) - Roosevelt (Vinyl in Danzig; audience cheers and sings "Deutschland ueber Alles," the German national anthem, and the "Horst Wessel Lied" at the end of speech. In German. Excerpt from Hitler's address in Danzig.
Topics Hitler discusses include propaganda against him, the German people's strength and others' weakness, his hatred of war, Germany's attack on Poland and conformity to the rules of warfare, the Versailles Treaty, the Danzig people's suffering after Danzig's separation from the Reich, and Danzig's unity with the German LP audience cheers and sings "Deutschland ueber Alles" and the "Horst Wessel Lied.
President Roosevelt, address before a joint session of Congress, convened in special session upon his call, urging repeal of arms embargo provisions of the Neutrality Act of and enactment of measures governing American shipping, trade with belligerents, and travel on ships of belligerents. Charles A. Lindbergh, radio address on America's air defense, broadcast from Washington, D. Winston Churchill, first address to the nation as Prime Minister of Great Britain, broadcast from London: "Behind us, behind the armies and fleets of Britain and France, gather a group of shattered states and bludgeoned races King George VI, Empire Day address, broadcast from London: "It is not mere territorial conquest the enemy is seeking, it is the overthrow, complete and final, of the Empire and of everything for which it stands, and after that the conquest of the world.
President Roosevelt, fireside chat on national defense: "At this time, when the world--and the world includes our own American Hemisphere--is threatened by forces of destruction, it is my resolve and yours to build up our armed defenses. In Italian. President Roosevelt, address at the University of Virginia: "On this tenth day of June,the hand that held the dagger has struck it into the back of its neighbor. President Roosevelt, radio address on Selective Service Registration Day: "We are mobilizing our citizenship, for we are calling on men and women and property and money to join in making our defense effective.
Today's registration for training and service is the keystone in the arch of our national defense. President Roosevelt, radio address on the occasion of the drawing of numbers under the Selective Service Act ofWashington, D. President Roosevelt, fireside chat on national security: "There can be no appeasement with ruthlessness We must be the great arsenal of democracy.
President Roosevelt, annual message to Congress: "In the future days, which we seek to make secure, we look forward to a world founded upon four essential human freedoms.
The first is freedom of speech and expression--everywhere in the world. The second is freedom of every person to worship God in his own way--everywhere in the world. The third is freedom from want--which, translated into world terms, means economic understandings which will secure to every nation a healthy peacetime life for its inhabitants- everywhere in the world. The fourth is freedom from fear--which, translated into world terms, means a world-wide reduction of armaments to such a point and in such a thorough fashion that no nation will be Wait Up - Roosevelt (4) - Roosevelt (Vinyl a position to commit an act of physical aggression against any neighbor--anywhere in the world.
Raymond E. Willis, U. Senator from Indiana, speaking against the lend-lease bill. President Roosevelt, address at annual dinner of White House Correspondents' Association: "The light of democracy must be kept burning. President Roosevelt, radio address from the U. Potomac to Jackson Day dinners: ". President Roosevelt, radio address on the occasion of his purchase of the first defense savings bond and stamps.
President Roosevelt, Labor Day radio address: " Chandler lauds the Axis victories and castigates the "opponents of world progress led by 'Churchill the Charlatan' and 'Roosevelt the Renegade. President Roosevelt, fire-side chat on freedom of the seas: " NBC newsmen read bulletins as they are received. Kaltenborn analyzes the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. President Roosevelt, address before a joint session of Congress asking that a state of war be declared between the United States and the Japanese Empire: "Yesterday, December 7, - a date which will live in infamy President Roosevelt, fireside chat to the nation following the declaration of war with Japan: "We are going to win the war and we are going to win the peace that follows.
Roosevelt: "Our strongest weapon in this war is that conviction of the dignity and brotherhood of man which Christmas Day signifies-more than any other day or any other symbol. Prime Minister Churchill, address to a joint session of Congress: "I cannot help reflecting that if my LP had been American and my mother British, instead of the other way 'round, I might have got here on my own.
Italian radio broadcast, including a minute speech by Ezra Pound entitled "Power": "The President hath power. The President has no legal power to enter into devious and secret agreements with foreign powers To send the boys from Omaha to Singapore to die for British monopoly and brutality is not the act of an American patriot. CBS public service program to stimulate homefront support of the war effort: Sgt.
Alvin C. Barry Kroger, narrator. Mary Anderson, Director of the Women's Bureau, Department of Labor, radio broadcast on women's contributions and value to the war effort, their prewar difficulties in obtaining jobs in industry, the types of positions women fill, and equal wages for men and women.
President Roosevelt, fireside chat on the progress of the war: " Never before have we been called upon for such a prodigious effort.
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