The Pros And Cons Of The Lend Lease Policy

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Have you ever wondered why America decided to aid in World War 2? Or even wonder why Germany and The USSR teamed up together? If you have ever pondered these facts then this is the information for you. To start, we will be talking about how the Allied forces of America helped in aiding many countries under the Lend-Lease policy. As well, we will also be going over the Germany-Soviet Nonaggression pact. Which states how Germany and the Soviet Union signed a pact stating that they would not take military action upon one another with in the next 10 years. So, the goal is to compare both the diplomatic, and strategic roles between the Allied forces of America, and the Axis powers of Germany. To begin, we will be going over the Lend-Lease Policy of America. This policy was also named more eloquently “An Act to Promote the Defense of the United States”. It was a program under the United States which supplies were sent to the United Kingdom, France, The Republic of China, and many other Allied nations. With this Lend-Lease policy two principle items for civilians come up. Some are more foodstuffs to implement the dreary …show more content…
As well as a Temporary Hurdle. First, Temporary Trade; under the terms of Lend-Lease Policy the English manufacturers were prohibited from using the Lend-Leases raw materials, and in the manufacturing of goods for commercial exports. As the Lend-Lease rules fade off the British industries would be free to purchase the natural raw materials that they needed to finished their products for England’s foreign customers. An example of the raw materials that England was allowed to purchase from the United States is as follows, iron, steel, and wood. Some of these products will probably be removed from the list of Lend-Lease Policy after the shipments in 1945. From this allowance of shipped goods overseas to England was successful, and they were able to buy certain natural materials for their needs during the

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