In my view, No. Germany did not anticipate that the US would involve it's self in a distant war, one whose ideology, (ie totalitarianism was more or less condonned), which it was very reluctant to do, and only the prior knolledge of a provoked and impending Japanese attack on the US fleet based at Pearl Harbor, allowed Roosevelt the necessary reason to bring the public 'on-side' by providing a massive and external threat to homeland security. Never the less, Hitler I think Herr Hitler lost little sleep over American involvement.
The United States turned away from its policy of isolationism
Isolationism in the Philippines was born from debates surrounding the Spanish-American War, and the US annexation of the Philippines. Isolationism is the policy of remaining apart from the political affairs of other countries.
America's ealry foreign policy tended toward isolationism.
Yes, the Chinese practiced a policy of isolationism.
Yes, the Chinese practiced a policy of isolationism in the Golden Age.
How did the geography of the United States change after the end of its policy of isolationism.
Definitely isolationism. The good neighbor policy intended to make relations between the U.S.A. and Latin American countries stronger by removing troops from those Latin American countries and fostering in an era of cooperation between the US and Latin American countries.
Isolationism, which prevailed before both World Wars, believed the safest course was to avoid international entanglements (as did, famously, George Washington).Isolationism is the main position that is opposed to that policy.
How did the US go a isolationism foreign policy to a political and military involvement?
The U.S. policy for WWI was isolationism and for WWII it was also isolationism until Pearl Harbor was attacked.
Type your answer here...Which of the following was not part of national policy of isolationism during the 1920s and early 1930s?
Five things that occurred that led America out of isolationism were the Boxer Rebellion, the Open Door Policy, the Spanish-American War, Japanese-Russian settlement, and the Algecircas Conference.