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1935-Conscription in Germany 1935-Italy invades Ethiopia 1935-Jews are persecuted 1936 - Hitler remilitarizes the Rhineland 1936 Anti-Comintern Pact-Japan and Hitler 1936- Rome-Berlin Axis 1936-Spanish Civil War Axis Powers Mussolini referred to Italy and Germany as being the most influential countries in Europe and that all the rest of Europe would revolve around this "axis". Rome-Berlin treaty 1935-1937 FDR responded to Hitler and Japan Asked for $1.1 billion for military needs Met with Neutrality Acts Senator Gerald Nye When the President declares there is a war No American can sail on a belligerent ship America can not sell munitions to a belligerent nation  America can not make loans to belligerents Spanish Civil War General Francisco Franco Tried to take over the government War Neutrality laws went into affect Schoolroom for Hitler’s new weapons
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