Four days after the outbreak of World War II, Secretary of State Cordell Hull signs the Neutrality Law (first signed by President ... [LCID: 86858]
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Secretary of State Cordell Hull signs the Neutrality Law

Four days after the outbreak of World War II, Secretary of State Cordell Hull signs the Neutrality Proclamation (first signed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt) at the State Department. Washington, DC, United States, September 5, 1939.


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