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Thursday, October 27, 2016

Theodore Roosevelt ( The War Hero ) who wrote 35 books and made history at the White House

By  oath of president of 42 years, Theodore Roosevelt became (and remains to this day) the youngest president in US history. Within the Republican Party he was a reformer, seeking to promote conservative ideas of the party in the 20th century. It was later distanced boyfriend and his successor, William Howard Taft, and a candidate in the 1912 presidential election as the candidate of a third party, the Progressive Party, whose leader was.

Theodore Roosevelt served multiple political and non-political roles in American society of the early 20th century the governor of New York, historian, naturalist, explorer of the Amazon basin, lawyer, author, soldier. T. R. It is also famous by the type of personality that brought him to the forefront of American society, energy, interests and achievements on multiple levels, like his masculinity and his appearance of "cowboy" schools.

As  deputy secretary of the US Navy, he championed and prepared (in all respects) for a war with Spain in 1898. He organized and helped command the First Volunteer Cavalry Regiment (with the original, 1-st US Volunteer Cavalry Regiment), so called the Rough Riders during the Spanish-American war. Back in New York as a war hero, he was elected governor of New York in the same year 1898.

He wrote 35 books he has written include topics such as outdoor life, natural history, American frontier, political history, naval history and autobiography.

In 1902, President Theodore Roosevelt adopted the term of the White House as the official name of presidential residence building.

Invenit Mundo presents the main historical significance of October 27th:

1466 - was born humanist scholar Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam known for "Praise of madness" - 1509 (d. July 12, 1536)

Desiderius Erasmus Photo

1682 - Metropolitan Dosoftei began printing in Iasi, the  (4 volumes), then Byzantine and Slavic sources.

1782 - was born Niccolò Paganini, Italian violinist and composer (d. May 27, 1840)

Niccolò Paganini photo

1938 - Targu-Jiu opened all conceived by Constantin Brancusi in honor Romanian soldiers who died in the battle of Jiu, including masterpieces of modern art: "Table of Silence", "The Gate of the Kiss", "Endless Column".

Constantin Brancusi photo:

1990 - A director Jacques Demy died, the creator of French musical; It is known for "Lola" - 1960 and "Ladies of Rochefort" - 1967 (b. July 5, 1931)

1990 - He died actor Ugo Tognazzi, known for his roles in "The tragedy of a ridiculous man" - 1981 "last minute" - 1987 "cage crazy" - 1978 (b. March 23, 1922)

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