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they failed to repay their war debts to America

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Q: Why were Americans of the 1920s and 1930s bitter toward Americas world war 1 allies?
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What was America's attitude to the problems of Europe?

Americans attitudes toward the conflict in Europe


How was us attitudes toward world war 2 similar to those toward world war 1 how were they different?

they didnt want to participate until they were the subject of the attacks. They were pacifists who hated the idea of war and wanted to be kept as far away from it as possible. Also, the United States have been the providers of aid for the Allies for a very long time. It only made sense to protect them so they can get the money the Allies owed them after the war.


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The NAACP recorded this on their web site about their founder. ****Du Bois's life and work were an inseparable mixture of scholarship, protest activity, and polemics. All of his efforts were geared toward gaining equal treatment for black people in a world dominated by whites and toward marshaling and presenting evidence to refute the myths of racial inferiority. ****W.E.B. Dubois was an author with books about blacks, American racism and other scholarly endeavors. He pushed the Americans to think differently and act differently towards the African Americans long before the civil rights movement. There are pictures on their web site too and the total story about him.


What factors contributed to the outbreak world war 2 in Europe?

Hitler's rise to power, most notably. The German people still harbored animosity toward Europe over reparations from World War I, and many supported Hitler's call for a larger German state. He quickly began expanding the new German Empire through annexation of smaller nations, and then began attacking other countries who wouldn't join him (except for those who pledged neutrality, such as the USSR). When he invaded Poland on September 1, 1939, Great Britain and her allies (including Canada, Australia, British India, New Zealand, etc.) declared war on Hitler and his allies.


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Why were many American of the 1920 and 1930 bitter toward Americas World War 1 allies?

They Failed To repay their war debts to America !! You're welcomee~!(:


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