Senator Henry Cabot Lodge of Massachusetts
led the fight against the Treaty of Versailles and the League of Nations.
During the Warren Harding administration, the United States
significantly reduced the size of its navy.
The Washington Conference of 1921
attempted to prevent a global naval arms race.
The Five-Power Pact of 1922 dealt with
The Kellogg-Briand Pact of 1928
was signed with wide international acclaim.
The Dawes Plan of 1924
both A and B
In his foreign policy for Latin America, President Herbert Hoover
repudiated the Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine.
In 1929, a fascist-led government was in power in
In 1932, the Hoover administration, in response to the Japanese invasion of Manchuria
issued warnings to the Japanese government
President Franklin Roosevelt's sharpest foreign policy break with Herbert Hoover concerned
In the 1930s, President Franklin Roosevelt carried out international policies which
established diplomatic relations with the Soviet Union.
In 1934, the Soviet Union complained that the United States had little interest in stopping the expansion of
President Franklin Roosevelt's "Good Neighbor Policy"
expanded initiatives begun under Herbert Hoover.
During the 1920s and 1930s, interest in pursuing an isolationist foreign policy
reflected the sentiments of a majority of the American public
The Neutrality Act of 1935
included a mandatory arms embargo of both sides during any military conflict.
The Neutrality Act of 1937
allowed warring nations to purchase goods in the United States if they paid cash.
In 1937, President Franklin Roosevelt's "quarantine" speech
received a decidedly hostile response by the American people
In 1937, after Japanese pilots sank the U.S. gunboat Panay in China, President Roosevelt
accepted Japan's claim that the bombing had been an accident
In 1938, the Anschluss
proclaimed a union between Germany and Austria.
The Munich Conference of 1938 was precipitated by a crisis over
what was the result of negotiations involving the League of Nations.
was supported by President Franklin Roosevelt
Germany began World War II days after
a nonaggression pact was signed between Germany and Russia.
Following the outbreak of war in Europe in 1939, President Franklin Roosevelt
declared that the United States would remain neutral.
By mid-1940, Germany had defeated
all of the above
In 1940, President Franklin Roosevelt's decision to give fifty American destroyers to England
ignored the cash-and-carry provision of the Neutrality Acts
In July 1940, opinion polls showed the clear majority of the American public
believed Germany posed a direct threat to the United States
The Burke-Wadsworth Act of 1940
approved the first peacetime draft in American history
The America First Committee
was a powerful lobby against U.S. involvement in the war.
In the election of 1940, Franklin Roosevelt
neither A nor B
In 1940, the "lend-lease" plan
allowed the U.S. to loan weapons to England to be returned when the war was over.
By September 1941
the United States extended lend-lease privileges to the Soviet Union
In 1941, the German sinking of the American ship Reuben James
both A and B
In 1941, the Atlantic Charter
saw the United States and England claim to share common principles
The Tripartite Pact was a defensive alliance between
Japan, Germany, and Italy.
In 1941, prior to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
President Franklin Roosevelt froze all Japanese assets in the United States
Which of the following statements regarding the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor is FALSE?
The State department assumed the Japanese would never attack the United States.
In 1941, Germany's declaration of war against the United States
occurred before the United States declared war on it.