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History 202

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Appeasement In 1938, German troops marched into Austria in yet another violation of the Treaty of Versailles.
Atlantic Charter This was an agreement forged in August, 1941 between FDR and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill. These meetings, in Argentina Bay off the coast of Newfoundland, cemented the friendship between Churchill and Roosevelt
Pearl Harbor In a surprise attack on December 7, 1941, they attacked much of the U.S. Pacific Fleet at anchor in Pearl Harbor, on Oahu, Hawaii. Japanese aircraft sank or destroyed or battered 19 ships
Neutrality Act President Roosevelt thought he should have the power to selectively use embargo's against aggressor nations, but the neutrality act of 1936 denied him that power
1936 Quarantine Speech Roosevelt calls for a quarantine against aggressor nations "like a quarantine against the spread of disease. Represents a call for COLLECTIVE ACTION
Lend Lease Act The Loaning of material and soldiers to allies
Arsenal of Democracy President FDR stated this for meaning while not actually fighting we aid supplies and material
Stimson Doctrine The U.S. refused to recognize violations of its Open-Door policy, dismemberment of China, violation of American rights, or breaches of the Kellog-Briand Pact which outlawed war and was ratified by the U.S. in 1929
A. Phillip Randolph A. Philip Randolph fought for racial justice, and was an advocate of greater militancy on the part of African-Americans
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