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One of the last photographs taken of 63 year old FDR before he died from cyanide poisoning. His assassin was described as "an American citizen, but a die-hard Nazi", had been planted in FDR's vacation hideaway in Georgia.
Mrs. Lucy Rutherfurd, reported to be FDR's lover for 25 years, was once Eleanor Roosevelt's social secretary. Lucy was with FDR at Warm Springs when he died.
First lady Eleanor Roosevelt (second from left) and her lover for eight years, UPI reporter Lorena Hickok (on right) with young friends. Hickok was described as a first rate reporter who smoked cigars and dressed like a police matron.
FDR's cottage at Warm Springs, Georgia. It was where his security was most lax. It was a place where his family knew they were not welcome.
Admiral Wilhelm Canaris, Chief of Germany's secret service. He directed a massive espionage and sabotage campaign against the United States. A Justice Department report stated over 4000 proven cases of enemy-directed sabotage occurred in the U.S. between 1940 until the end of WWII.
Reformed Nazi Ernst Kuhne, who in 1982 revealed President Roosevelt had been assassinated. At the end of WWII he met the Nazi agents who engineered FDR's murder.
Heinrich Himmler, Chief of Germany's Gestapo and Adolph Hitler who ordered FDR's death: "Eliminate Roorevelt, once and for all". Himmler turned the mission over to AMT-4, the assassination branch of the Gestapo.