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the transfer of goods and services to an ally to aid in a common cause

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This includes types involved in the Lend-Lease program as well as aircraft obtained by other means, such as B-29s interned after landing in the Soviet Union.
Lend-Lease program included several thousand S&W and Colt M1917 revolvers.
During the war, Pius XII cooperated with the Allies by providing them with information about German troop movements and by supporting extension of the Lend-Lease Program to the USSR.
President Roosevelt went even farther prior to the Second World War by taking action to assist Britain through the Lend-Lease program and to isolate Japan from critical resources without congressional approval or consultation, actions that clearly provoked Japan and drew the United States ever closer to war.
representative of Roosevelt's Lend-Lease program in London.
The Lend-Lease program for Stalin's Far East Army was a proposal that was never actually carried out, but Perloff quotes Major General Whitney, implying it actually happened.
A good narrative is a great source of soft power, and the first rule that fiction writers learn about good narrative is to "show, not tell." Franklin Delano Roosevelt used the fictional story of lending a garden hose to a neighbor whose house was on fire to explain his complex lend-lease program to the American people before World War II.
A good narrative is a great source of soft power, and the first rule that fiction writers learn about good narrative is to "show, not tell." Franklin Roosevelt used the fictional story of lending a garden hose to a neighbor whose house was on fire to explain his complex lend-lease program to the American people before World War II.
Arguing that world evangelization is spiritual warfare, requiring vast economic, human, and spiritual resources, Rowell calls the church to build a war chest for world mission, parallel to Roosevelt's World War II Lend-Lease program for American allies.
Britain offered more lucrative economic prospects, particularly after Churchill and Roosevelt agreed to the Lend-Lease program that provided American government guarantees for American manufacturers selling war materials to Britain.