Theodore Roosevelt Jr.

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Theodore Roosevelt III (September 13, 1887 – July 12, 1944), known as Theodore Roosevelt Jr., was an American government, business, and military leader.wikipedia
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American Legion

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After the war, Roosevelt was instrumental in the forming of the American Legion.

Doubleday (publisher)

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He resumed his business endeavors in the 1930s, and was Chairman of the Board of American Express Company, and Vice-President of Doubleday Books.
Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. later served as a vice-president of the company.

Theodore Roosevelt

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He was the eldest son of President Theodore Roosevelt and First Lady Edith Roosevelt.
The couple had five children: Theodore "Ted" III in 1887, Kermit in 1889, Ethel in 1891, Archibald in 1894, and Quentin in 1897.

Edith Roosevelt

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He was the eldest son of President Theodore Roosevelt and First Lady Edith Roosevelt.
Together the couple raised Alice (Teddy's daughter from his previous marriage) and their own children: Theodore (1887), Kermit (1889), Ethel (1891), Archibald (1894), and Quentin (1897).

Quentin Roosevelt

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His siblings were brothers Kermit, Archie, and Quentin; sister Ethel; and half-sister Alice.
Quentin was born in Washington, D.C., the youngest child of Theodore Roosevelt's household, which included half-sister Alice, sister Ethel, and brothers Ted (Theodore III), Kermit, and Archie.

Kermit Roosevelt

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His siblings were brothers Kermit, Archie, and Quentin; sister Ethel; and half-sister Alice.
He had an elder brother, Theodore "Ted" Roosevelt Jr. (1887–1944), a younger sister, Ethel Carow Roosevelt (1891–1977), and two younger brothers; Archibald Bulloch "Archie" Roosevelt (1894–1979) and Quentin Roosevelt (1897–1918).

Distinguished Service Cross (United States)

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He died in France of a heart attack the following month; at the time of his death, he had been recommended for the Distinguished Service Cross to recognize his heroism at Normandy.
Two recipients of the Distinguished Service Cross during World War I went on to earn the Medal of Honor in World War II – Major (later Brigadier General) Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. of the 26th Infantry Regiment, 1st Division, son of the former President, and Brigadier General (later General of the Army) Douglas MacArthur of the 42nd Division.

Archibald Roosevelt

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His siblings were brothers Kermit, Archie, and Quentin; sister Ethel; and half-sister Alice.
He had three brothers, Ted (Theodore III), Kermit, and Quentin, a sister Ethel, and a half-sister Alice.

Battle of Cantigny

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He served primarily with the 1st Division, took part in several engagements including the Battle of Cantigny, and commanded the 26th Infantry Regiment as a lieutenant colonel.
At 17:10 the first large-scale counterattack took place, and a company of the 1st Battalion of the 26th Infantry Regiment commanded by Major Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. was used to reinforce a weak spot in the American line.

Alice Roosevelt Longworth

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His siblings were brothers Kermit, Archie, and Quentin; sister Ethel; and half-sister Alice.
Theodore and Edith's five children were Theodore III (Ted), Kermit, Ethel, Archibald (Archie), and Quentin.

Utah Beach

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Roosevelt is known for his World War II service, including the directing of troops at Utah Beach during the Normandy landings, for which he received the Medal of Honor.
The first senior officer ashore, Assistant Division Commander Brigadier General Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. of the 4th Infantry Division, personally scouted the nearby terrain.

Sons of the American Revolution

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In 1919 he became a member of the Empire State Society of the Sons of the American Revolution.

Assistant Secretary of the Navy

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He served as Assistant Secretary of the Navy (1921–1924), Governor of Puerto Rico (1929–1932), and Governor-General of the Philippines (1932–1933).

Kelley-Roosevelts Asiatic Expedition

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Along with his brother, Kermit, Roosevelt spent most of 1929 on a zoological expedition and was the first Westerner known to have shot a panda.
Kelley-Roosevelt Asiatic Expedition''' was a zoological expedition to southeast Asia in 1928–1929 sponsored by the Field Museum of Natural History and organized by Kermit Roosevelt and his brother Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.

Eleanor Roosevelt

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Eleanor Roosevelt, more closely related to Ted by blood but married to FDR, had been infuriated by these remarks.
In 1924, she campaigned for Democrat Alfred E. Smith in his successful re-election bid as governor of New York State against the Republican nominee and her first cousin Theodore Roosevelt Jr. Theodore never forgave Roosevelt.

Medal of Honor

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Roosevelt is known for his World War II service, including the directing of troops at Utah Beach during the Normandy landings, for which he received the Medal of Honor.
The only other such pairing is Theodore Roosevelt (awarded in 2001) and Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.

Porcellian Club

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Although not naturally called to academics, he persisted and graduated from Harvard College in 1909, where, like his father, he joined the Porcellian Club.

Quentin Roosevelt II

At 56, he was the oldest man in the invasion, and the only one whose son also landed that day; Captain Quentin Roosevelt II was among the first wave of soldiers at Omaha Beach.
Quentin Roosevelt II (November 4, 1919 – December 21, 1948) was the fourth child and youngest son of Theodore "Ted" Roosevelt III and Eleanor Butler Alexander.

1924 New York state election

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At the 1924 New York state election, Roosevelt was the Republican nominee for Governor of New York.

26th Infantry Regiment (United States)

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He served primarily with the 1st Division, took part in several engagements including the Battle of Cantigny, and commanded the 26th Infantry Regiment as a lieutenant colonel.

143rd New York State Legislature

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Elected as a member of the New York State Assembly (Nassau County, 2nd D.) in 1920 and 1921, Roosevelt was one of the few legislators who opposed the expulsion of five Socialist assemblymen in 1920.

The Albany Academy

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The Roosevelt boys attended private schools; Ted went to The Albany Academy, and then Groton School.

144th New York State Legislature

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Elected as a member of the New York State Assembly (Nassau County, 2nd D.) in 1920 and 1921, Roosevelt was one of the few legislators who opposed the expulsion of five Socialist assemblymen in 1920.

4th Infantry Division (United States)

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After serving in the Operation Torch landings in North Africa and the Tunisia Campaign, followed by participation in the Allied invasion of Sicily, Roosevelt was assigned as assistant division commander of the 4th Infantry Division.

Carlos E. Chardón

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In 1931 he appointed Carlos E. Chardón, a mycologist, as the first Puerto Rican to be Chancellor of the University of Puerto Rico.
He resigned from his position as Commissioner of Agriculture and Labor in 1931, when he was named by Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., the US-appointed governor, as Chancellor of the University of Puerto Rico.