Austria. Hitler annexed Austria in (I think) 1939. Therefore, Austria could not be declared a voluntairy joining of the Axis members, and after the War retained it's sovereignty That is correct, Hitler annexed Austriain 1939. therefore Austria did not join… Full Answer
This question does not indicate which government, nation or type of expansion. In Europe during World War 2 monarchies ruled the nations and there were no expansions. They had to give up their monarchies after World War 1. This allowed… Full Answer
The war debt allowed the nation to continue to fight until the war was won. The war bonds benefited the people who purchase the bonds and earned their interest. It also allowed the government time to pay the debt back.
A declaration of war is issued by a national government which indicates that a state of war exists between that nation and another. The power to declare war is vested in the legislative branch of the U.S. government under Article… Full Answer
Pearl Harbor, by giving Roosevelt the green light to bring the US directly into World War II, concentrated power in the hands of the federal government. This happens in all wars. No government can wage war without greatly reducing the… Full Answer
Italy had overthrown Mussolini in 1943, and eventually joined the Allies (Italy even declared war on Japan in summer of 1945). Their new government was allowed to stay in power after the war- although in 1946, there was an election… Full Answer
the government quickly passed a number of laws and issued orders-in-council that allowed the government to take control of communications,establish censorship of transatlantic cables,and organize the militia.
The Articles of Confederation gave the central government limited powers. The central government was allowed to conduct foreign political and commercial relations. They were also allowed to declare war.
Three of Johnson's policies for rebuilding the nation after the war were that the job of reconstruction was the job of the president, not Congress, the states had to ratify the Thirteenth Amendment, and that they accept the supreme power… Full Answer