Diplomacy & World War II, 1929-1945

Diplomacy & World War II, 1929-1945 - Diplomacy &...

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Herbert Hoover’s Foreign Policy Japanese Aggression in Manchuria- Puppet govt. Hoover-Stimson Doctrine- refused to recognize the legitimacy of any regime Removed troops from Latin America FDR’s Policies, 1933-1938 Good-Neighbor Policy- Pan American Conferences- only economic presence in Latin America Economic Diplomacy Recognition of the USSR for trade Tydings-McDuffie Act of 1934 provided independence for the Philippines by 1946 Reciprocal trade agreements to reduce tariffs American Isolationists Nye Committee- bankers made Wilson go to war Neutrality acts- 1935 & 1936- mandatory arms embargo & American travel on belligerent ships at their own risk- 1937- cash-and-carry policy (purchase America First Committee Prelude to War Munich Conference allowed Hitler to have the Sudetenland
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