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HIS.122.CH.25.26

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President Franklin Roosevelt's "Good Neighbor Policy"
expanded initiatives begun under Herbert Hoover
In 1940, the "lend-lease" plan
allowed the U.S. to loan weapons to England to be returned when the war was over
In 1941, Germany's declaration of war against the United States
occurred before the United States declared war on it
The Neutrality Act of 1935
included a mandatory arms embargo of both sides during any military conflict
The Five-Power Pact of 1922 dealt with
armament limitations
The Washington Conference of 1921
attempted to prevent a global naval arms race.
The Kellogg-Briand Pact of 1928
was signed with wide international acclaim.
The Tripartite Pact was a defensive alliance between
Japan, Germany, and Italy.
In 1937, President Franklin Roosevelt's "quarantine" speech
received a decidedly hostile response by the American people
In 1932, the Hoover administration, in response to the Japanese invasion of Manchuria,
issued warnings to the Japanese government.
The German sinking of the American ship Reuben James
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The America First Committee
was a powerful lobby against U.S. involvement in the war.
During the Harding administration, the United States
significantly reduced the size of its navy.
Following the outbreak of war in Europe in 1939, President Franklin Roosevelt
declared that the United States would remain neutral.
In 1940, President Franklin Roosevelt's decision to give fifty American destroyers to England
circumvented the cash-and-carry provision of the Neutrality Acts
During World War II, the United States military
began to relax its practices of racial segregation
During World War II, the first Axis country to be defeated was
Italy.
During World War II, the United States Army chief of staff was
George Marshall.
The Battle of the Bulge
was the last major battle on the western front.
In 1943, to simplify tax collections, Congress enacted
automatic payroll deductions.
In August 1945, the primary reason the United States dropped a second atomic bomb on Japan was because
the Japanese did not immediately surrender after the first bomb was dropped.
In April 1945, American and British forces halted their advance on Germany at the Elbe River
to wait for the Russian army to arrive.
In 1943, the country that pressed for an immediate Allied invasion of France against Germany was
the Soviet Union.
During World War II, the labor force of the United States
saw fifteen million people leave civilian labor for the armed forces.
In 1942, when the United States interned Japanese Americans in "relocation centers,"
there was no evidence that the Japanese Americans were a domestic security risk
The Battle of the Coral Sea in 1942
marked the first important victory by the United States against Japan.
The costliest battle in the history of the United States Marines Corps was
the Battle of Iwo Jima.
During World War II, the National Defense Research Committee
was headed by a scientist who was a pioneer in the development of the computer.
Prior to ordering the use of an atomic bomb against Japan, President Harry Truman
issued an ultimatum to Japan to surrender or face utter devastation.
The 1944 Battle of Leyte Gulf
was the largest naval engagement in history