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Aim: How did the US abandon their policy of isolation of the 1930s?. Do Now: Review Book POP QUIZ! HW: Korematsu vs the US. Dictators of the time . Benito Mussolini : fascist party Italy Adolf Hitler: chancellor of Germany- Nazi Party Joseph Stalin : Russia “man of steel”.

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Aim how did the us abandon their policy of isolation of the 1930s

Aim: How did the US abandon their policy of isolation of the 1930s?

Do Now: Review Book POP QUIZ!

HW: Korematsuvs the US


Dictators of the time
Dictators of the time

  • Benito Mussolini : fascist party Italy

  • Adolf Hitler: chancellor of Germany- Nazi Party

  • Joseph Stalin : Russia “man of steel”


Weakness of the United Nations

Militaristic Leaders

British and France Appeasement

Causes of

WWII

(before US is involved)

Alliance and aggression

Global Depression

WWI destruction

Failure of peace


The us remains neutral
THE US REMAINS NEUTRAL

  • Germany

  • Italy

  • Japan

  • Britain

  • France

  • USSR

  • China

  • Eventually US

AXIS

ALLIES


Us policy of isolationism
US Policy of Isolationism:

  • 1935,1937 Neutrality Acts:

    1. Forbid exports to foreign warring nations

    2. authorized the president to require warring power to pay cash with cargo

    3. forbid loans to nations at war

    4. barred US citizens to travel on ships of warring nations


America viewed the

War with HORROR

& FEAR of axis conquest.


Lend lease act 1941
Lend Lease Act 1941

  • Authorized the president to sell, exchange, lend, equipped and supply any nation who defense is vital to THE SAFEY OF THE US.

http://app.discoveryeducation.com/search?Ntt=lend+lease+act


A national defense program is launched
A national defense program is launched:

  • Congress puts money to defense.

  • 1940 Selective Service Act

  • Atlantic Charter: a document with self-determination “a system of general security”


December 7 1941
December 7, 1941

  • Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor.

http://app.discoveryeducation.com/search?Ntt=pearl+harbor


The next day fdr asked congress to declare war
The next day FDR asked Congress to declare war.

“a date that will live in infamy.

-FDR


WWII: “total war”

Means EVERY PART

Of life is effected.


General douglas macauther
General Douglas MacAuther

  • Lead the battle in the Pacific against Japan.

  • Midway: Japanese Major defeat at midway island


Wwii a challenge in civil liberties
WWII: A challenge in Civil Liberties

  • Aliens face restrictions

  • Executive order 9066: designated certain areas of war zones which anyone can be removed for any reason.


Policy of interment
Policy of Interment

  • Temporary imprisonment of a specific group.

  • Japanese were put in isolation there (AZ)


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