S to develop close ties with Britain. President Roosevelt did not see the intervention the communist USSR to be a major threat in view to how he was seeing a major threat from fascism that had been involved in the war.The first reaction of the U.S towards the war was to institute a moral embargo of arms to the two sides involved in the war. As the war continued, Roosevelt as well as the American support for the Loyalist increased tremendously as opposed to the original view of non-intervention.S was of the opinion of extending the embargo to other nations involved in the war such as Germany, Italy and the Soviet Union. In his speech that was delivered in October 1937, President Roosevelt clearly expressed his disapproval to the war and all the activities that were taking place at that time in Europe. The advocated for a quarantine policy aimed at preserving the innocent lives that were being lost due to the war. He indicated that nations that were taking part in those criminal activities should be quarantined. He however maintained support for the Loyalists which was later confirmed by Eleanor Roosevelt when he stated: “In the case of the Spanish Civil War, for instance, we had to remain neutral, though Franklin knew quite well he wanted the democratic government to be successful. But he also knew he could not get Congress to go along with him.” The U.S focus was drawn to the involvement Germany and Italy in the war. This was influenced by Hitler’s aggressive foreign policy which could result into a very strong force together with the fascist Spain in the future.S president was also concerned that Spain would be in a. The German Question and the Origin of Cold War.
Work CitedLewkowicz, Nicolas. The German Question and the Origins of the Cold War. IPOC: Milan, 2008. Print.
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