By Theodore Roosevelt
Spanning his earliest remembrances as a baby to his ancient cost up San Juan Hill, and his years within the White condo, Theodore Roosevelt: An Autobiography deals an intimate and telling portrait of 1 of the best statesmen in American history.
As a militarist and flesh presser, Theodore Roosevelt finished a striking record of achievements together with forming the tough Riders, trust-busting businesses like average Oil, increasing the United States’ community of nationwide parks, and negotiating the tip of the Russo-Japanese struggle, for which he used to be provided the 1906 Nobel Peace Prize.
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