FDR's WWI Early Foreign Policy

By: Ashrith Reddy

The Safe Approach

Want to help your brothers overseas while not endangering your fellow countrymen?

Help support President Roosevelt's foreign policies in order to bring an end to this war
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Neutrality Acts 1935-1939

These Acts were passed in order to ensure that these United States will not be involved in this war. The stopping of trading with other countries is the first step to be isolated.
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Destroyer for Bases Deal

We have to aid our British allies yet we cannot risk the sake of our country.
Therefore President Roosevelt has agreed to send Destroyer Ships in exchange for free rent in their military bases.
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Lend-Lease Act of 1941

As Britain is about to be overtaken they require our support therefore we shall send arms and we shall be paid back at the end of the war.
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