CABINET OF FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT

Born into a wealthy and privileged life in 1882, Franklin Delano Roosevelt was going to

lead one of the world’s most powerful countries through the history’s bloodiest

incident—with approximately 50 million deaths, World War 2 has maintained its reputation

as the largest war in history, to this day.

Roosevelt became the President of the United States more than a decade after the First

World War had ended; yet, tensions had remained high, and not before long it was clear that a

new war was on the horizon. As different political ideologies rose to power in European

countries, alignments were made. Germany, Italy, and Japan formed the Axis Powers while

the United States, the United Kingdom, France, the Soviet Union, and China became the

Allies. Many more countries picked sides as the war progressed, and eventually the Allies

gained victory, bestowing the leading powers of the group with powers greater than all other

countries, sometimes even officially, as in the case of the Permanent Five (P5) of the United

Nations.

The Committee will consist of the President of the United States and his cabinet members.

The parties of the Second World War witnessed some of the most gruesome incidents in the

history, from the use of the Atomic Bomb to the Holocaust. It is now in you participants’

hands to make it better—or even worse. Choose wisely, and expect the most challenging of

crisis!

Agenda Item: Open Agenda

THIS COMMITTEE WILL BE SIMULATED WITHIN MIDNIGHT CRISIS SYSTEM. ALL OF THE APPLICANTS SHOULD BE STAYING AT HOTEL.

Under Secretary General: Cengizhan Gergef

 

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