Franklin Roosevelt a day before his death, April 12, 1945 pic.twitter.com/w7VwmnRMlw
Winston Churchill, British statesman, World War II, 1939-1945. Churchill (1874-1965), Britain's wartime Prime Minister, smiling and smoking a cigar, shakes hands with a soldier. (Photo by Ann Ronan Pictures/Print Collector/Getty Images)
June 7-12, 1939, King George VI became the first British monarch to visit the United States. When President Franklin Roosevelt invited England's King George VI for a visit to the United States, the significance of the invitation did not go unnoticed. No reigning British Monarch had ever set foot on American soil, not even in colonial times.
Frank G. Willetto, an 84-year-old Navajo Code Talker, reflects on World War II with a fellow veteran at a ceremony commemorating the 65th an...