This Day in History

The Battle of the Bulge Begins

One of the largest battles of World War II, the Battle of the Bulge, commenced on December 16th, 1944. It was a major German offensive on the Western Front and a pivotal moment in the conflict.

FDR Wins an Unprecedented Fourth Term as U.S. President 

President Franklin D. Roosevelt made history on November 7th, 1944, when he was re-elected for a fourth term as the President of the United States. His leadership during World War II and the Great Depression solidified his legacy as one of America’s greatest presidents.