HISTORY WORK FOR CH4

HISTORY WORK FOR CH4 - Name: Dongni Wang Course: History of...

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Name: Dongni Wang Course: History of American Foreign Affairs Date: February 12 th The Global Threat and the Case for War” is more persuasive in explaining US entry into WWII. The evidence in this essay demonstrated it was both necessary and inevitable for US to enter into the war. Germany, as a defeated country of WWI, was punished heavily according to the Treaty of Versailles. Nazi racial ideology, Germany’s resources and Hilter’s ambition caused its later hate-driven aggression that aimed at world domination. Because of the retaliatory acts by Nazi Germany, American’s interests on the Atlantic were threatened. For instance, United States destroyer Greer was attacked by German submarine; an American flag merchant ship was sunk by it either. In order to defend Germany but stay out the war, US chose to aid Britain and France in defeating her. But it was impossible for US to economically involve in but politically stay out. American’s assistance for the anti-Axis nations was actually a move toward an interventionist posture. Except for threat from Germany, American’s hegemony on Pacific was threatened
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