In brief, the United States had the ability to expand its industrial base fast and to employ and train millions quickly . The United States capability to switch its good production to war goods manufacturing and to increase its military forces in a very short time gave it an advantage over other nations . The fact that the United States territory and its manufacturing power was not affected during the war , along with strong work ethics and high GDP per capita , the United States was able to build its military and itself to a Super Power and this edge over other countries lasted post-war . During the war , "The great arsenal of democracy" explicitly referred to the United States industry , as the main supplier of weapons for the Allied war efforts . Further , the term “Arsenal of democracy” referred to the cooperative efforts of American industry , in industrial places such as Philadelphia , Detroit , Chicago , Pittsburg , New York , among other
Explain how History proves that America the “Arsenal of democracy” during FDR’S WWII Administration centers , in supporting the allies . The United States arm support to The United Kingdom and the allies during World War II proved to be strategic to winning the war . The Production of arms and weapons at the time was crucial to the shifting of powers and the winning of the war .
- Spring '09
- History, World War II