Connect the impact of the Liberty Ships of the 1930s to today's Society.

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American History

 

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Dorothy K

 

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November 13, 2016

 

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Thousands escaped by sea to back to England, however many ships were destroyed and almost all supplies were left in France. England needed supplies fast or they would be defeated as well. The United States saw that if the great powers of France and England fell to Germany, they would soon be attacked...
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However many Americans did not see this and wanted to remain completely out of the war. President Franklin Roosevelt called for the making of giant cargo ships to send supplies to England. This would prevent the U.S. from entering the violence of the war, but now the U.S. had declared sides and stepped its foot into the war...
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