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3 November, 09:49

What is FDR's attitude during his infamy speech

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  1. 3 November, 11:27
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    The overall tone of the speech was one of determined realism. Roosevelt made no attempt to paper over the great damage that had been caused to the American armed forces, noting (without giving figures, as casualty reports were still being compiled) that "very many American lives have been lost" in the attack.
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