How Many Terms Did Franklin D Roosevelt Serve?

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Franklin D. Roosevelt served three terms from 1933 to 1945. He was the only United States president to serve more than two terms. This is because of the world war 2.
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Franklin D. Roosevelt served three consecutive terms as President of the United States, and was elected to a fourth.
Roosevelt served as president from 1933 until April 12, 1945, when he unexpectedly died of a cerebral hemmorhage several months into his fourth consecutive term.
Franklin D. Rooselvelt served four terms as the President of the United States. He was first elected into office on March 4th, 1933 and served until April 12, 1945, when he died.
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Three full terms. He died during his fourth.
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Franklin D. Roosevelt was our 32nd president of the united States. He attended Harvard in the year 1900. He won a seat on the New York State senate in 1910. Look here for more information
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Roosevelt was the only president elected to the office four times, and was the 32nd
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1882-1945) often referred to as FDR, was the only U.S. president ever to serve more than two terms. He served in the White House from 1933 until his death
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