The Autobiography of Eleanor Roosevelt - Chapter 27-28 Summary & Analysis

Blanche Wiesen Cook
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Chapter 27-28 Summary and Analysis

Franklin was sick with a low fever during 1943-44 and went to Bernard Baruch's plantation in Georgetown, South Carolina. In June, the Allied invasion of Europe began. There was another election in 1944 and there were discussions of whether or not Franklin was fit to run. In July and August, Franklin traveled to Hawaii, Alaska and the Aleutians and in September they traveled to Quebec for a war conference. Soon after Christmas, Franklin began to plan for the Yalta conference. Franklin had high hopes of working with Stalin before the conference but was not so sure after the conference.

By March, Eleanor notices a change in Franklin. He needs a nap in the middle of the day and decides to go to Warm Springs. On April 12, 1945, she receives a call telling her that Franklin fainted. She is advised to continue her engagements, and that...

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