1920s history

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Truly the over powering by Germans taking over most of Europe and the seizing over Poland. Fifty Four percent of the respondents believed that no international question was important enough to involve the United States in a war. Sixty six percent opposed Americans to not get involved with American ties to Great Britain and thethreats that Great Britain received that they too might be over powered by the Germans...
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Sixty six percent opposed Americans to not get involved with American ties to Great Britain and thethreats that Great Britain received that they too might be over powered by the Germans. Most of Americans thought that Roosevelt would go to war to prevent a country like Britain to not be seized by a unnamed dictatorship...
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