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Flashcards in WWII: Review Packet Deck (10):
1

T/F:
The Lend-Lease Act was passed in 1935 and was meant to prevent the United States from being drawn into war

F
Neutrality Act

2

T/F:
Despite the Italian invasion of Ethiopia, isolationists in the United States wanted the gov't to remain pacifist and not aid either side in the conflict

F
neutral

3

T/F:
After the Japanese invasion of China in 1937, President Roosevelt set out his views on the spread of war in the Quarantine Speech

T

4

T/F:
In August 1941 President Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill met off the coast of Canada and agreed to the Neutrality Act

F
Atlantic Charter

5

T/F:
In the 1930s many American liberals and conservatives were isolationists

T

6

T/F:
The desire of many Americans to avoid being drawn into foreign wars was known as isolationism

T

7

T/F:
The policy of cash-and-carry law came into effect in response to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor

F
German forces invading Poland

8

T/F:
Charles Lindbergh was a leading isolationist

T

9

T/F:
The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor was a surprise, but the Pacific Fleet suffered little damage

F
a lot of damage

10

T/F:
After Japan invaded China, President Roosevelt gave a speech urging the United States to work with peace-loving nations to quarantine aggressive nations and stop the spread of war

T