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1Discuss the authors treatment of the growing crisis in Europe and the urgency of Churchills concern that Britain desperately needed assistance to withstand Hitler During the years of 1940 and 1941 the war in Europe caused much concern for Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill The longer the war dragged on the greater their concern grew With the United States claiming neutrality Britain and its Royal Navy could not hold off Hitlers army for much longer There seemed to be nothing the United States could do but to help out in any way it could to keep Britain from being defeated by the Germans Roosevelt knew that something needed to be done and it needed to be done quickly Back home in the United States Roosevelt had problems of his own The American people did not want war They did not concern themselves with what was going on oversees mainly because some of them had no idea of it As for the ones who did they still did not want to be involved in this huge war that was going on so far away from the American shores Roosevelt had even gone so far as to promise the American people that with himself in office there would be no war unless of course the United States was attacked Thus lay the complication and growing concern that was eating away at President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill Complication and concern turned into active worry but it is hard to tell exactly when that occurred In the authors opinion This must have happened over time in 1940 perhaps coincident with the placement of our perimeter of interest beyond the Philippines p 19 Regardless of exactly when it occurred there was no avoiding the United States coming to the direct aid to the war in Europe The United States began sending them war necessities as they grew weaker and weaker against Hitler Back home in the
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