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The 1930s were a very turbulent time period for the entire world Many events occurred during this time that lead to World War II It all began with a few events that set the stage for the entire thing Things continued to get worse until finally the seemingly inevitable happened There were several events that set the stage for the upcoming crisis In Europe Germany specifically Adolf Hitler had gained control Hitler was the head of the Nazi party a Fascist political group Meanwhile on the other side of the world Japan had invaded Manchuria a province in China The United States declared its disapproval in the Stimpson Doctrine which stated that it would not recognize any territorial gain made by force Lastly Japan had left the League of Nations and began building up its navy During these events the United States attempted to stay neutral One war that may have helped was the Nye committee The Nye Committee investigated how the US got involved in World War I Many thought that by learning our previous mistakes we would not repeat them There was also the Neutrality Acts The first neutrality act made it unlawful for the US to ship or sell arms to countries where a state of war existed Roosevelt and the US congress had different views about isolationism Roosevelt was not an isolationist and was concerned about what was happening Congress on the other hand was not as concerned For example Roosevelt could have eased European tensions somewhat by wiping out allied war debts Congress however would not go along with such a thing As time went by the crisis in Europe continued to deepen Hitler had started to become more aggressive In 1938 Germany invaded Austria and annexed it two days later Later Germany set its sights on Czechoslovakia Hitler called Czechoslovakias president Emil Hacha to Berlin Once
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