The Lend Lease Act did not cause or help cause. It helped the Brits during the Battle of Britain and Battle of the Atlantic. The war was cause by Adolf Hitler and the Japanese.
with the Lend-Lease Act.
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lend lease to Britain of war supplies.............................
Help Britain fight Germany
The lend-lease act allowed the US to provide the allies munitions and materiel in exchange for permanent bases within the foreign countries' borders.
The lead-lease act was implemented in 1941 as a way to help during World War 2. The act allowed the United States to lend aid to the allies.
it didn't, it was just an attempt to help the allies of america with more weapons
by using lend-lease to send supplies
Roosevelt was able to get the Lend-Lease Act passed. It allowed the government to rent or lend war essentials like ships to the British.
We had the lend lease program We lent money to them The debt was just paid off in 2004
very bad affects b/c like when the people that they were going after was finding out about the help and they would go after the people in the lend-lease and try to kill them for helping the united states in the war
It helped the British during World War 2. Britain needed the help and the US was not yet ready to enter the war.
England received the most for the longest time under the Lend Lease Act. Russia would come in second. England paid the final payment for their debt under this act in the 1990s.
it allows us to lend equipment to other countries most likely our allies this was effective when we did not want to get involved in a war but wanted to help
United Kingdom, Soviet Union and all Allied countries.
The Lend Lease Act saved the UK from being overrun by the Nazi Germans and from going bankrupt or starving. The sad part of the Lend Lease act was some the cargo sent over to England was sent to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean thanks to the U Boats sinking the merchant ships carrying the cargo. The Lend Lease act benefited Russia when they were sent planes. It also got the US using their shipyards again improving some of the unemployment problem.
Absolutely not, the lend lease program is what kept England from being overwhelmed..
No. The US sent support to allies through the lend lease act
yes because the us was not in the war at that time and it was right of them to help the other nations by sending them supplies
The French were told the US would not get involved in the European war. They got help from the US later in the Lend Lease Act.