Willam asked in Arts & HumanitiesHistory · 8 months ago

during world war could FDR placed a phone call to Germany and talked to Hiitler.?

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  • 8 months ago
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    No, the only direct connection from the US to Germany was a transatlantic cable from Emden, Germany to New York City, but even that was cut by the Allies after Germany attacked Poland in 1939.

    • Willam8 months agoReport

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  • martin
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    8 months ago

    Yes. The war was not as secretive or irrational as thought. Individual soldiers and units experienced trauma, but Roosevelt and Hitler lived dignified lives of upper-class people. However, in those days, they didn't have the trans-Atlantic cable that made phone calls possible between Roosevelt and Hitler.

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  • Andrew
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    8 months ago

    Hitler was not a fluent speaker of English, so it wouldn't have made much sense for Roosevelt to ring him up. 

    • Phil
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      8 months agoReport

      But FDR could speak German.

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    8 months ago

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