Interwar FOREIGN POLICY (between WWI & WWII) [APUSH Review Unit 7 Topic 11] Period 7: 1898-1945

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In this video Heimler takes you through Unit 7 Topic 11 of the AP U.S. History curriculum which is set in period 7 (1898-1945).

During the years between World War I and World War II America’s foreign policy was largely isolationist. This was true for many reasons, two of which were the number of American deaths in World War I and the Senate’s Nye Committee which found evidence of profiteering off of America’s involvement in World War I.

However, president Franklin D. Roosevelt was deeply sympathetic to the Allied cause in the war and therefore began lending aid to Britain. First was the Cash and Carry program, then the Destroyers for Bases program, and finally came the Lend-Lease Act. However, U.S. neutrality in World War II came to an end when Japan bombed Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941.
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