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29 August, 10:27

Why did President Franklin D. Roosevelt ask Congress to pass the Lend

Leate Act?

Allied countries were in need of weapons and military supplies but were economically

struggling to pay for them

President Roosevelt no longer wanted to remain neutral but wished to put soldiers on

the ground in Europe

Germany had sent a telegram to Mexico trying to get them to attack the US

) The Japanese carried out an attack on Pearl Harbor

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  1. 29 August, 11:43
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    Factory's switched to wartime productions
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