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So what is the U.S. doing during THE WAR?
How could FDR get elected to 2 nd term? US passed the Neutrality Acts :
Prohibited sale of American weapons to any country at war Prevented citizens from riding on ships belonging to any country at war
When WWII broke out in Asia (37) & Europe (39), Americans were divided about it
Interventionism: Policy of interfering in affairs of another nation Isolationism: Avoid conflicts & alliances with other nations
Most Americans were Isolationists when the war broke out in Europe…… This would change
FDR arranges deal with GB GB gets 50 US WWI destroyers US gets military bases for 99 years 1940
FDR introduces 1st peacetime draft in US history All men were forced to apply
Our boys are not going to be sent into any foreign wars We will become an arsenal of democracy FDR
March 41 Pres. can lend or lease military supplies to any nation deemed vital to US defense Breaks Neutrality Acts
Fire Hose Analogy
US Navy ships to protect Lend-Lease shipments from German Wolf packs
Many US ships were sunk FDR orders subs sunk on sight
June 22, 41: Hitler attacks USSR AKA: Operation Barbarossa Violates?
1. Now a 2 front war 2. USSR is now an ally!
FDR extends Lend-Lease aid to USSR! Public objection WHY? Were helping Communists!
FDR & Churchill talk about post-war Idea of the United Nations is shared: An Intl org. to protect security of all nations
America Moves Towards War Ch. 24 sec. 4. FDR Faces Challenges FDR knew Americans did not want war Also believed Hitler was a Madman and wanted to help.
The U.S. Before WWII. Isolationism A.Avoiding political and/or economic involvement with other countries. B.Most people did not like that we got involved.
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT AND THE SHADOW OF WAR Chapter 34.
War In Europe German expansion –H–Hitler annexed (took over) Austria –C–Claimed the Sudetenland Part of Czechoslovakia –H–Hitler planned to unite all.
World War II ( ) US Involvement ( )
World War II By Chris Anderson. Italy’s Early Military Attempts 1935: Benito Mussolini wanted to test his powers 1935: Benito Mussolini wanted to test.
Chapter 24 America Enters the War Section 4 America Enters the War.
The Rise of Totalitarianism and the Path to WWII.
World War II ( ) What’s Essential? Causes of the War (underlying and direct) Causes of the War (underlying and direct) Reasons for American.
World War II How can the United States use its resources to achieve victory?
FDRs Preparation for War What did FDR do that helped prepare an isolationist nation for war.
America Enters WWII FDR Supports England Neutrality Act of 1939 – Public opinion strongly supported him – Warring nations could buy weapons Cash and.
AP US HISTORY UNIT 11: WORLD WAR II AND COLD WAR Pre-World War II.
World War II ( ) Causes for World War II UNDERLYING: Treaty of Versailles Treaty of Versailles Nationalism Nationalism Worldwide Depression.
Images of World War II Man of the Year Images of World War II.
The Road to World War II Neutrality, Isolationism, Nationalism, Dictators & Broken Promises.
World War II, Part 2, Investigate how the Imperial Empire of Japan, joining with Nazi Germany, caused war in Asia and the Pacific and the major.
WORLD WAR II A WORLD IN FLAMES. MAP OF EUROPE AXIS POWERS ORANGE ALLIED POWERS GREEN.
BELLWORK Why did Japan leave the League of Nations? Describe how/why the Japanese military expanded in China. How did the U.S. respond? What was the goal.
Diplomacy and World War II, During World War II, American foreign policy changed from disengagement to neutrality and finally to total involvement.
WWII Test Review. 1. Based on the information in this chart, which situation gave rise to Nazi power in Germany?
WW 2 AXIS POWERS TOTALITARIAN GOVERNMENTS Hitler Mussolini Hirohito Tojo.
1 2 3 World War II Up to and including 1939 Treaty of Versailles Punishes Germany with reparations, extreme poverty causes resentment to Great Britain.
History Project WWII Rise of Dictators in Germany, Italy and Japan Germany, Italy, and Japan were called the Axis of Power. They rose to power.
The Rise of Dictators Reading Focus How did the aftermath of World War I contribute to political problems in Europe? How did the problems facing Europe.
U.S Mobilization of Resources Harman Singh. Overview The U.S did a lot during the war and going into the war. After the attack on Pearl Harbor, the U.S.
Test #7 Lecture Notes VUS Axis Powers 1.) Italy Mussolini and the Fascist Party 2.) Germany Hitler and the Nazi Party 3.) Japan Emperor Tojo and.
WORLD WAR II Please pick up Focus #28 directions and maps. Take the first 20 minutes of class to work with your partner(s) to complete the directions.
World War II. 1. Europe and Asia Post-WWI Economic depression and social problems Deep feelings of nationalism Strong desire to expand & gain territory.
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