Topic: Judging American Neutrality at the onset of the Second ...

Topic: Judging American Neutrality at the onset of the Second ...

Topic: Judging American Neutrality at the onset of the Second World War Do Now: The epidemic of world lawlessness is spreading. When an epidemic of physical disease starts to spread, the community approves and joins in a Quarantine of the patients in order to protect the health of the community and stop the spread of the disease There must be positive endeavors to preserve peace. FDR, 1937 How would you classify FDRs approach to foreign policy, based on this excerpt? The Rise of Fascism Totalitarian rulers Fascism vs. Communism What is Fascism?

Mussolini and Italy Invasion of Ethiopia Nazi Germany Reasons for Hitlers rise Appeal of Nazism Imperial Japan Glory, resources, etc. Tripartite Treaty; the 3 are joined as the Axis Powers Why can no one stop them? FDR and Foreign Policy

Good Neighbor Policy Reciprocal Trade Agreements Isolationism and the Nye Committee FDR recognizes USSR, but other nations distrustful FDRs Quarantine Speech Reaction of isolationists Neutrality Acts No distinction between

aggressors and victims Foreign Policy Blunders The Spanish Civil War (1936-39) Japan invades Manchuria, then China German Aggression 1938: Austrian Anschluss 1938: Munich Conference and Appeasement 1939: Nazi-Soviet Pact 1939: Hitler invades Poland, WWII officially on

Blitzkrieg America: Arsenal of Democracy June 1940: Hitler conquers France; only Britain remains FDR wins re-election in 1940 (3rd Term) American war factories cranked up FDR: help Britain, short of war Cash and Carry

Destroyers for Bases Deal (1940) Lend-Lease Act (1941) June 1941: Germany attacks USSR US gives Lend-Lease to Soviet Union also End of American Neutrality? Conclusion Create a One Word Summary of American Foreign Policy throughout the early phases of The Second World War. Then, explain why you chose that word in two sentences

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