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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
Why didn’t the Allies (Britain and France) stop Hitler? ► Memory of World War I ► Rethinking Versailles Treaty ► Fear of Soviet Union and communism ► Appeasement.
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.
WWII: America Enters the War. Neutrality President Franklin D. Roosevelt declared U.S. neutral two days after France and Britain declared war on Germany.
America Moves Towards War Isolationist Viewpoint Interventionist Viewpoint The U.S. should avoid alliances with other nations Americans should focus on.
From Isolation to Pearl Harbor Chapter 21 Section 3.
US RESPONSES TO EUROPEAN AGGRESSION. QUIZ TIME : What is A foreign policy dedicated to withdrawing from international affairs called ?
24:4 America Moves Toward War. Cash and Carry FDR amends Neutrality acts 1939 Isolationism? “all aid short of war”
Chapter 24 America Enters the War Section 4 America Enters the War.
P continued America & the War. Read “Past and Present” on page 760 and write your answer on the lines under the two pictures on your handout.
Bell Quiz: (page 552) Read the “Point/Counterpoint” box and answer the questions listed below: 1) What did isolationists believe about America’s role in.
Kellogg-Briand Pact signed– war is not a national policy President Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover, and Frank B. Kellogg, standing, with representatives.
OPENING ASSIGNMENT Under what circumstances should the United States enter into a war? Give an example to support your answer.
FROM NEUTRALITY TO WAR Outbreak of War in Europe Hitler breaks Munich agreement, occupies Czechoslovakia Britain and France draw line at.
WWII NEUTRALITY. WARM UP What was historic about the Spanish Civil War? A = planes were used to drop bombs on cities for the 1 st time in history. How.
United States Isolationism to Involvement in WWII.
America Moves Toward War World War Looms #4. I. The United States Musters its Forces A. Moving cautiously away from neutrality. 1. The cash-carry policy.
Europe is in trouble! Should we help them? Absolutely not! From George Washington’s precedent, America followed a policy of _____________________.
Baltimore Polytechnic Institute March 22, 2011 U.S. History Mr. Green.
AMERICA ENTERS THE WAR A World In Flames. FDR Supports England The Neutrality Act of 1939 Replaced the acts of 1935 and 1937 and allowed countries at.
America Moves Toward War Chapter Cash & Carry.
American Involvement: The U.S. Helps Its Allies. Hitler was busy taking over Europe.
Chapter 16 Section 4 America Moves Toward War. Why?EventSignificance? German tanks thunder across Poland. Revise Neutrality Act of Cash.
■ American Reaction to the outbreak of WWII ■ Thursday 10/18/12 Thursday 10/18/12.
Ain #67: Should the U.S. have entered World War II before the bombing of Pearl Harbor? Do now! Using the WWII timeline, answer the “do now” questions.
World War II: The Causes of US Entry US History: Spiconardi.
Bell Quiz: (page 552) Read the “Point/Counterpoint” box 1) What did isolationists believe about America’s role in the world? 2) What was the interventionist.
UNITED STATES HISTORY AND THE CONSTITUTION South Carolina Standard USHC-7.1 Mr. Hoover Abbeville High School.
Pearl Harbor & US Involvement in World War II US During the Inner War Years After World War I most Americans felt that they didn’t want or need to be.
Chapter 16: World War Looms Section 4: America Moves Toward War.
America Enters WWII FDR Supports England Neutrality Act of 1939 – Public opinion strongly supported him – Warring nations could buy weapons Cash and.
Chapter 21 Leading up to War The Rise of Dictators in Europe Europeans turned to strong leaders because of the bad economy.
Chapter 13 Part II American Reponses 1930s
America Moves to War. Moving Away from Neutrality Sept 1939-FDR revises Neutrality Acts Asks Congress for a “cash and carry” provision- allow nations.
Chapter 16 Section 4 America Moves Toward War. Moving Away from Neutrality Sept 1939-FDR revises Neutrality Acts Asks Congress for a “cash and carry”
Drill: Cartoon 1941 What do the two beds represent? How do you know? Read the words in the cartoon, what happened in Europe in the late 1930s and early.
Chapter 16 Part 4 Pages Terms to Know Axis Powers Allies Lend-Lease Act Hideki Tojo Atlantic Charter.
Churchill disagrees with appeasement policy, speaks against it. (use of force is the only thing that will stop Hitler) Appeasement- means giving in.
Section 23.2 Explain the difference between isolationists and interventionists Identify the problems facing Roosevelt in the late 1930s Evaluate.
Agenda Go over 11.4 study guide Illustrated Timeline Start CAT: Home Front.
FRIDAY!!! Friday! FRIDAY! FRIDAY!!! Welcome back! Bellringer: – Free choice Friday! Please write at least three well-developed sentences about any school-
FROM ISOLATIONISM TO WAR During the 1920s and 1930s, U.S. policy toward Europe was one of isolationism. Many Americans felt the WWI had not been worth.
America watches the World go to War (again) Looking at what lead the United States into World War II.
America Moves Toward War An isolationist or neutral America no longer seems possible.
The Road to War The United States and its journey from neutrality to entry into World War II.
THE UNITED STATES IN THE 1930S From Isolationism to Interventionism.
America Moves Toward War Chapter 24 Section 4. Objective/Do Now Objective: identify specific instances in the shift away from isolationist policies. Do.
US HISTORY: SPICONARDI WWII: Neutrality to War. Foreign Policy What was America’s foreign policy in the 1920s? Isolationism Why would this policy continue.
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