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1. | Jun 28, 2014
Hawks Sens I'm just going to explain eventyhirg and you'll have to pick the answer by yourself, okay?1.Germany did not threaten the US directly and the US got into the war from December 1941, which was the date of the Pearl Harbor. The US kept giving embargo to Japan, even the bombs dropped on Pearl Harbor were made from US embargo. While keeping neutral, the president did prepare for war since they have sensed that it will be a full-scale war and they will also be dragged like World War I.2.The Selective Service Act required that men between the ages of 21 and 30 register with local draft boards. Later, when the U.S. entered World War II, all men aged 18 to 45 were made liable for military service, and all men aged 18 to 65 were required to register. So peace-time draft , since it was signed before World War II breaks out.3.FD Roosevelt is the only president in history that has served more than two terms (which was the limit for each president)4.Uhh I don't know much about this, but the Lend-Lease Act was the agreement to provide war materials to some nations to provide liberation of some nations in Europe.5.Hitler only negotiated once with the [future] Allies, it was with Neville Chamberlain, the British Prime Minister before Winston Churchill. These are the 8 agreements, I think by seeing it you'll immediately know which country's were involved.-No territorial gains were to be sought by the United States or the United Kingdom.-Territorial adjustments must be in accord with the wishes of the peoples concerned.-All peoples had a right to self-determination.-Trade barriers were to be lowered.-There was to be global economic cooperation and advancement of social welfare.-Freedom from want and fear;-Freedom of the seas;-Disarmament of aggressor nations, postwar common disarmamentJune 17, 2011 | 11:32 am