What was the Land Lease Act 1941?
In March 1941, the land -lease policy Act was passed by United States senate and signed into law by Roosevelt . The main objective of lend- lease Act was to support United States defense. Additionally the Act proclaims that the United States of America could lend or lease the war materials to any country in demand and not selling. The lending or leasing of war materials depends on it is outcome benefits to the United States defense. Moreover the lend-lease polies enables the United States to provide military foster to its alien nations during Second World War while they officially maintain neutral in the conflict. The lend –lease act significantly enable worrying Great Britain to endure fighting against Germany until late 1941 when the United States entered Second Word War.