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Exam 3 Outline - Pre War FDRs Anti German Strategy(1939-1940 Germany was main threat but held back Used propaganda such as movies about evil

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Pre War FDR’s Anti German Strategy (1939-1940) Germany was main threat but held back. Used propaganda, such as movies about evil Germans and posters (Uncle Sam). US had too much trade in Europe and allies to let Germany take over. FDR’s foreign policy (Anti-Axis) Strategy (1940-1941) Charlottesville Address – established we are helping and supporting allied forces. US were only building up an army for national defense. He didn’t want to have to send troops to Europe, so he helps out the allies. Lend Lease Act was passed in March of 1941. Pearl Harbor Japan wasn’t a big threat and FDR did not want to get involved in Pacific War. Japan attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Killed 2400 seamen in one day and sunk 8 battleships. Carriers were new target for enemies. Japan now considered a threat. FDR declares war. Few days after, Germany declared war on US. War Time
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2010 for the course HIS 2057 taught by Professor Hilton during the Spring '10 term at LSU.

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Exam 3 Outline - Pre War FDRs Anti German Strategy(1939-1940 Germany was main threat but held back Used propaganda such as movies about evil

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