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Isolationism/Non-Intervention Immigration Act of 1924 Neutrality Acts (1935-1939) Cash and Carry America First Movement Charles Lindbergh Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies Frank Boykin Brookley Field Gulf Shipbuilding (Chickasaw) ADDSCO

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Isolationism/Non-Intervention

Immigration Act of 1924

Neutrality Acts (1935-1939)

Cash and Carry

America First Movement

Charles Lindbergh

Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies

Frank Boykin

Brookley Field

Gulf Shipbuilding (Chickasaw)

ADDSCO

Population of Mobile: 112,000 in 1941 (up 20,000 in 20 years)

1940 Presidential Election (Franklin Roosevelt vs. Wendell Wilkie)

Alf Landon

Frank Knox (Secretary of Navy)

Henry Stimson (Secretary of War)

Selective Service (draft, September 1940)

Destroyers for Bases Agreement (September 1940)


Lend-Lease (March 1941)

Escorting convoys as far as Iceland

June 11, 1941: Robin Moor

September 4, 1941: Greer incident

Shoot on Sight order

October 16, 1941: Kearney incident

Neutrality Act repealed

October 30, 1941: Reuben James sunk

German declaration of war on the United States, December 11, 1941

Italian declaration of war, December 11, 1941

Factors in Hitler’s decision:

U.S.-German naval war

Beliefs about U.S. racial inferiority

Beliefs about U.S. economic weakness

Beliefs about U.S. military shortcomings

Desire to bind Japan and have their navy on his side


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