The Roosevelt-Garner Cabinet
- President: Franklin Delano Roosevelt
- Vice President: John Nance Garner
- Secretary of State: Cordell Hull
- Secretary of War: George H. Dern, Harry H. Woodring, Harry L. Stimson
- Secretary of Treasury: William H. Woodin, Harry Morgenthau
- Attorney General: Homer S. Cummings, Frank Murphy
- Postmaster General: James A. Farley, Frank C. Walter
- Secretary of Navy: Claude A. Swanson, Charles Edison
- Secretary of Interior: Harold L. Ickes
- Secretary of Agriculture: Henry A. Wallace, Claude R. Wickard
- Secretary of Commerce: Daniel C. Roper, Harry L. Hopkins, Jesse H. Jones
- Secretary of Labor: Frances C. Perkins
- June 16: The Republican National Convention chose President Herbert Hoover and Vice President Charles Curtis as their nominee for president and vice president, respectively.
- July 2: The Democratic National Convention chose New York Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt as their nominee and House Speaker John Nance Garner as his running mate.
- November 8: The Democratic ticket of Roosevelt/Garner defeat the Republican incumbent ticket of Hoover/Curtis, in a landslide victory.
- March 4: Franklin D. Roosevelt is sworn in as 32nd President of the United States, succeeding Herbert C. Hoover.
- March 5: President Roosevelt declares a bank holiday on this day.
- March 9-June 16: President Roosevelt sends a record number of bills in his "First 100 Days."
- March 21: President Roosevelt introduces CCC, the Civilian Conservation Corp, hiring a quarter of a million people.
- April 5: President Roosevelt passes an executive order outlawing gold bullion.
- May: President Roosevelt finds the Tennessee Valley Authority.
- May 12: The Agricultural Adjustment Act, helped passed by President Roosevelt, pays farmers to reduce their
- June: President Roosevelt passes the Public Works Administration.
- June 16: The National Industry Recovery Act is passed.
- February 23: President Roosevelt meets with Hero Corp. President Roosevelt tells him he has the ability of precognition, but will not reveal it to the world. He tells them about Adolf Hitler, Vanguard and World War II.
- January 28: Adolf Hitler becomes Chancellor of Germany.
- May 27: The United States Supreme Court finds NIRA unconstitutional.
- April 14: Adolf Hitler replaces President Hindenburg as head of state of Germany, calling himself Führer.
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