What impact did the Nazi invasion of Poland have on the United States?
World War II:
Poland suffered heavily during World War II. After the German invasion, most of its Jewish population was exterminated in concentration camps. After the war, Poland became a Soviet satellite.
Answer and Explanation:
The Nazi invasion of Poland in September of 1939 was condemned by the United States, but it did not cause the US to declare war against Germany. It...
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fromChapter 7 / Lesson 1
Learn about how World War II started and the failure of the League of Nations to avert conflict. Also, find out what the consequences were of World War II.