The US Isolationist Policy In The Early 1930's

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In the early 1930s the United States had a isolationist policy. This meant that the U.S would not intervene in foreign affairs and to focus on helping America first. Meanwhile in Europe, Adolph Hitler became the chancellor and began mobilizing in order to start invading other countries. Simultaneously, Japan invaded the province of Manchuria in China and because of the American isolationist policy, the U.S did not help China. A few years later a World War broke out with Japan and Germany as allied nations however, the U.S did not enter this war and largely ignored it. The U.S isolationist policy worked for a few years until Japan attacked the U.SS Panay which killed 3 Americans. After this event, the United States began a selective service
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