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Trivia Quiz - Franklin D. Roosevelt: 32nd U.S. President - His Third Term

With most in America wanting to avoid the war in Europe, Roosevelt bids for his third term. Good luck! -bill

Quiz Number: 1307
Date Submitted: June 14, 2007
Quiz Categories: American Presidents, World War II, World Leaders
Quiz Type: Personality Quiz
Author: bill
Average Score: 53.7 percent
Times Taken: 173 times
Taken by Registered Users: 21
Quiz is about: Franklin D Roosevelt

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Franklin D. Roosevelt 32nd U.S. President  His Third Term
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1. Who was Franklin Roosevelt's biggest challenger for the 1940 Presidential Democratic nomination?
  A.   Henry A. Wallace
  B.   James Farley
  C.   Cordell Hull
  D.   John Nance Garner

2. What Republican candidate did Franklin Roosevelt defeat in the 1940 presidential election?
  A.   Arthur A. Vandenberg
  B.   Wendell Willkie
  C.   Robert A. Taft
  D.   Thomas E. Dewey

3. Who was President Franklin Roosevelt's Vice President beginning in his third term in 1941?
  A.   Henry A. Wallace
  B.   Harry S. Truman
  C.   John Nance Garner
  D.   Randolph Hearst

4. Which one of the following men did not support the isolationist movement to stay out of World War II (he supported Roosevelt's pre-Pearl Harbor policy of "all aid short of war" for the Allies)?
  A.   Senator William Borah
  B.   Aviator Charles Lindbergh
  C.   Senator Robert Taft
  D.   Senator Harry S. Truman

5. In July 1941, Roosevelt ordered Secretary of War Henry Stimson to begin planning for total American military involvement in World War II. The resulting program was called the:
  A.   Mobility Program
  B.   Program of Preparedness
  C.   Allied Program
  D.   Victory Program

6. On December 7 1941, the United States was suddenly and deliberately attacked at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii by what Axis country?
  A.   Japan
  B.   Germany
  C.   Italy
  D.   Bulgaria

7. Which of the following Allied leaders was not part of the group that was commonly called "The Big Three?"
  A.   America's Franklin Roosevelt
  B.   Britain's Winston Churchill
  C.   China's Chiang Kai-shek
  D.   Soviet Union's Joseph Stalin

8. The D-Day invasion of June 6, 1944 was dubbed:
  A.   Operation Husky
  B.   Operation Torch
  C.   Operation Overlord
  D.   Operation Avalanche

9. In November 1943, Roosevelt met with Churchill and the Chinese leader Chiang Kai-shek at what conference?
  A.   Tehran Conference
  B.   Cairo Conference
  C.   Yalta Conference
  D.   Malta Conference

10. In exchange for the Soviet Union's commitment to the Allied invasion of France in 1944, Stalin insisted on redrawing the frontiers of what country?
  A.   Romania
  B.   Finland
  C.   Poland
  D.   Hungary®   

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