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Jump Back in Time 经济大萧条与第二次世界大战  (1929-1945) 
President Roosevelt Signing the Declaration of War Against Japan, 1941.

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参议院通过附加贷款租赁法案 (Supplemental Lend-Lease Bill)


In 1941, President Roosevelt was faced with a puzzle: How could the U.S. help Great Britain with its efforts in World War II without violating the United States' official position of neutrality? With the help of the Senate, he found a way. On October 23, 1941, the Senate passed the $5.98 billion supplement to the Lend-Lease bill, originally passed in March at Roosevelt's urging. What did this big-money bill do?

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