Presidents on the cover of Time Magazine

Franklin Roosevelt as Man of the Year 1932 - Week of January 2, 1933

Roosevelt was selected Man of the Year for winning the 1932 presidential election.

Franklin Roosevelt as Man of the Year 1934 - Week of January 7, 1935

Roosevelt is Man of the Year for the second time

in a write-in campaign by readers of Time Magazine.

Franklin Roosevelt - Week of June 10, 1940

Several weeks after this cover, Roosevelt is nominated

by Democrats for an unprecedented third term as president.

Franklin Roosevelt as Man of the Year 1941- Week of January 5, 1942

Roosevelt is Man of the Year for the third time.

This announcement came a few weeks after the bombing of Pearl Harbor,

when FDR led our nation into war.

Behind FDR are the other two major war leaders, Stalin and Churchill.

This cover announces President Roosevelt's emergence as a war president.

Dwight D. Eisenhower - Week of November 16, 1942

Then a Lt. General in the Army, Eisenhower was a rising star in the military hierarchy.

Dwight D. Eisenhower as Man of the Year 1944 - Week of January 1, 1945

This was the decisive year for the European war of WWII as General Eisenhower

led Allied forces in the D-Day invasion of Normandy on June 6, 1944.

Harry Truman - Week of April 23, 1945

This cover came the week after the death of President Roosevelt on April 12, 1945.

Harry Truman as Man of the Year 1945 - Week of December 31, 1945

The artwork depicts the dawn of the nuclear age being ushered in by President Truman.

That year, in the first and only use of nuclear bombs as weapons,

President Truman ordered atom bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

John F. Kennedy - Week of December 2, 1957

This is Kennedy as a United States Senator, three years before being elected president.

Richard M. Nixon - Week of December 9, 1957

This is Nixon as Vice-President of the United States, eleven years before being elected president.

Lyndon B. Johnson - Week of November 29, 1963

This came the week after the assassination of President Kennedy.

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