DVD 2 - Chapman The Unfinished Nation Part II, episodes...

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Chapman The Unfinished Nation Part II, episodes 39-40: These episodes were about the events in the economy and internationally that lead to WWII. The U.S. was bound and determined to stay out of the war this time, unfortunately the world needed us to intervene. Originally The President (Roosevelt) sat down with Hitler and made a treaty. The treaty that was made was the Treaty of Munich, in this treaty it was agreed upon that Germany was allowed to keep the land that was taken as long as they did not invade any more surrounding countries. Obviously this did not work because Poland was invaded shortly after and England declared war on Nazi Germany. The war had begun and still the U.S. wanted nothing to do with it. We tried this thing called “Forceful but alone,” one of the professors on the video said that he calls it a triumph by conservative internationalism. From what I can tell this means that we would trade with Nazi Germany, and Japan but we would not support them in what they were doing. We also made them pay in cash, absolutely no loans. Like
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