Weekly Review No. 106 (1943)

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On Saturday 28 August 1943, Wellingtonians were astonished to read in their morning papers that Eleanor Roosevelt, First Lady of the United States, was in town. As nzhistory.net.nz notes, "President Franklin D. Roosevelt was a much-loved figure in New Zealand. His 'New Deal' had brought security and jobs to Americans in much the same way as the Savage government had given a welfare state to New Zealanders, and now 'FDR' was leading a new battle against Axis aggression." Eleanor Roosevelt was ...


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