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Lecture 16

Lecture 16 Part 5 – Canada-US Relations During WWII

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Department
History
Course
History 2201E
Professor
Linda Sabathy- Judd
Semester
Summer

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Lecture 16 Part 5 – Canada-US Relations During WWII  During the Depression, relations were cordial, but eventually smoothed out  Changes greatly when Roosevelt comes to power in 1932 o Good Neighbour Policy with Canada and Latin America  United States still not in the war and still practicing isolationism o 1935: Roosevelt passed a neutrality act  As the 1930s progressed and threat of conflict grew, Canada and the US moved closer together  Knew they had nothing to fear from each other and had to defend North America together  Echoing the Monroe Doctrine – “hands off North America”  Canada and US sign the Ogdensburg Agreement, 1940 o Defense board set up for defense of North America  Roosevelt introduced the Lend-Lease Act
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