Prosperity, Depression and the New Deals: The USA 1890-1954 - American foreign policy 1920-1941

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1917
14 points drawn up
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1921
USA refused to join the league of nations, Washington disarmament conference
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1929
Kellogg-Briand pact
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1933
World economic confrence, Montevideo confrence
4 of 9
1936-1937
Neutrality acts
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1937
Chinese-Japanese war, US gunboat Panay sunk, Ludlow amendment
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1939
Outbreak of WW2 in Europe
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1940
Roosevelt elected for a third term in office, Greater east-Asia co-prosperity sphere set up, US destroyers traded for British bases
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1941
Lend Lease act, Japan attack pearl harbor therefore lead to the American involvement in WW2
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USA refused to join the league of nations, Washington disarmament conference

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1921

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Kellogg-Briand pact

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World economic confrence, Montevideo confrence

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Neutrality acts

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