1.14 1930s Foreign Policy, 1933-41

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What did the Cash and Carry Act do and when was it introduced?
It allowed countries to buy arms from the US so long as they paid cash and they carried the goods in their own vessels, introduced in October 1939
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What did the Lend Lease Act do and when was it introduced?
It allowed the US to lend or lease supplies, including ships/food/arms etc to any nation if it were felt to be necessary to the security of the United States, introduced in March 1941
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When did Japan attack the US and how many were killed?
December 7th 1941 Pearl Harbour attack, 2000 Americans killed
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When did the US declare war on Japan?
8th December 1941
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When did Germany declare war on the US?
11th December 1941
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What did the Lend Lease Act do and when was it introduced?

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It allowed the US to lend or lease supplies, including ships/food/arms etc to any nation if it were felt to be necessary to the security of the United States, introduced in March 1941

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When did Japan attack the US and how many were killed?

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When did the US declare war on Japan?

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When did Germany declare war on the US?

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