3.9.History.Notes - Charles Lindbergh,"America...

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World War II Causses: Germany Reparations Hyperinflation and depression Fascists: Nazism Rearmament: Rhineland Austria and the Sudetenland (Czechoslovakia), 1938-39 Appeasement: Munich Molotov-Rippentrop Pact (1939) Poland (1939) Japan Manchuria (1931) Invades china, Kills civillians, around 200,000 Nanking (1937) U.S. Prewar Home Front Isolationism Nye Committee Senate committee to find out why U.S. got into WWI, Banker and Industrialist wanted to get into it
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Unformatted text preview: Charles Lindbergh,"America First" Neutrality Acts (1935-1937) Stop selling stuff to Italy, but in the depression, need people to sell to, so they keep selling to them Ethiopia Spanish civil War Democracy at War Mobilizing in support of the allies: Lend Lease Atlantic Charter: "Four Freedoms" The U.S. at War Pearl Harbor The End of the Depression War Economy War Production Board...
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