Arrange these events in chronological order A Munich Conference B German

Arrange these events in chronological order a munich

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84.Arrange these events in chronological order: (A) Munich Conference, (B) German invasion of Poland, and (C) Hitler-Stalin nonaggression treaty. a.A, C, Bb.B, C, Ac.C, B, Ad.C, A, Be.A, B, CANS:AREF:p. 784-78585.Arrange the following events in chronological order: (A) fall of France, (B) Atlantic Conference, and (C) Hitler's invasion of the Soviet Union.a.B, A, Cb.A, B, Cc.C, B, Ad.A, C, Be.C, A, BANS:DREF:p. 785-786 | p. 792-793MULTIPLE RESPONSE 86.As part of his plan to concentrate on alleviating the Depression at home, President Roosevelt's administration 87.In the 1940 presidential election campaign, both President Roosevelt and the Republican candidate, Wendell Willkie, agreed that the 88.Among the principles of the Atlantic Charter signed by President Roosevelt and British prime minister Churchill were
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ESSAY 89. Explain in what way a. the fall of France, b. Hitler's invasion of the Soviet Union, and c. the attack on Pearl Harbor mark the most important turning points in American foreign policy between 1935 and 1942.ANS:Student answers will vary. 90.Explain in what way the Neutrality Acts of the 1930s "marked in effect an abandonment of the [UnitedStates'] traditional policy of freedom of the seas." ANS:Student answers will vary. 91.Explain what the text authors mean by their remark that in the 1930s, "Congress was one war too late with its [neutrality] legislation." 92.Explain how, in the 1930s, "the American people were overwhelmingly anti-Nazi and anti-Hitler, ... but they were desperately determined to stay out [of war]." 93.Compare and contrast the views of the Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies with those of the America First Committee. Had you been there at the time, which would you have supported? 94. It is a common observation that American foreign policy often reflects domestic politics. In what way did domestic considerations influence the Roosevelt administration's recognition of the Soviet Union, adoption of a Good Neighbor policy, and extension of independence to the Philippines?
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