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26 February, 07:23

How did the opposition to and subsequent rejection of the League of Nations affect US policy at the beginning of World War II? The United States were members of the League and were immediately involved. The United States would only provide economic aid to their allies on a lend-lease policy. The United States had reverted to a policy of isolationism, and therefore remained neutral. The United States supported both sides with weapons under a cash and carry policy ...

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  1. 26 February, 08:43
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    As a result of the rejection of the League of Nations and an increasingly isolated foreign policy during the period between the wars the US was not involved in the early stages of the war. "The United States had reverted to a policy of isolationism, and therefore remained neutral" - signifies the policy of the United States at this time.
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