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US and the World: Japan and the US

by: Katharine Anthony

US and the World: Japan and the US HIS113U

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The notes from the second week of having a substitute teacher
The American Experience: The United States and the World
Barbara Blumberg
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Date Created: 04/17/16
XIV. Japan and the US a. FDR definitely sided with China in the Sino- Japanese conflict. b. He sends a small amount of military aid to Chiang Kaishek's China i. This includes military aeronautics techs ii. Marine Panay was attacked in 1937 by the Japanese. 1) Dec. 1937 c. July 1938 i. Voluntary moral embargo d. Quarantine of Aggressors speech i. Aimed at Germany, Japan and Italy ii. Proposed that the US and other countries should band together to put pressure on these agressors e. War in Europe changed what was going on. f. Japan saw this as opportunity as time to take colonies belonging to Europe. g. Restricted embargo h. FDR was sensitive about Indochina because he didn't want Japanese bases there. If they managed to get bases they could get bases elsewhere. XV. Allies Conversations a. The Atlantic Charter i. FDR and Churchill hold a meeting to frame the charter. ii. This charter anticipated that the US would join WWII iii. This charter outlined the goals of the war that were 1) Most goals were related to the post war period iv. It resembled the 14 Points in the fact that 1) Freedom of the seas 2) Disarmament 3) People should create their own governments ( right of nationalization) 4) The US and GB would take nothing for themselves. 5) Free trade 6) Right of Self-government 7) the UN should be created to fight off aggressors a) The UN was the US, GB, Soviet Union and China originally. 8) Destroy Nazi tyranny 9) Destroy military of those who were the aggressors 10) Occupy Germany b. UN Pledges i. Use all they could economically and militarily to end the Axis Powers


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