Outline- America and WWII, 1919-1945

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America and World War II, 1919-1945 FDR and the Shadow of War American withdrawal and retrenchment after World War I Isolation from Asia Latin America and the Good Neighbor Policy America in the 1920s: diplomatic isolation / economic support The Dawes Act The Kellog-Briand Pact Merchants of Death and the Nye Committee The Onset of the Great Depression and The Rise Totalitarianism in Europe Mussolini in Italy The Neutrality Acts of 1934-1936 The Spanish Civil War—‘Peace at Any Price…’ German Aggression—The Rise of Hitler o Hitler comes to power-1933 o Remilitarization of the Rhineland o Anschluss with Austria o Czechoslovakia and the Sudetenland o The Nazi-Soviet Non Agression Pact The Outbreak of World War II Blitzkrieg—Germany’s Attack on Poland From the “Phony War” to the Fall of France The Battle of Britain and the U.S. Destroyer Deal o FDR Shatters the Two-Term Tradition The Lend-Lease Law The German Assault on the Soviet Union
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