(RCAF Station Gander) at Gander International Airport, built in 1936 in Newfoundland, was leased by Great Britain for 99 years to Canada, as there was an urgent need to move fighter and bomber aircraft to the United Kingdom.  The lease became redundant when Newfoundland became Canada`s tenth province in 1949. A principle for presenters who use the famous analogy of lending a garden hose to a neighbour whose house is on fire before the fire spreads. On 29 December, he attempted to build public support by arguing in a national radio speech that America should become “the great arsenal of democracy.” Congress debated the Lend-Lease Act, called house resolution 1776, to give it a patriotic aura, and passed the measure on March 11, 1941. In practice, with the exception of a few unarmed transport vessels, very few returns have been made. Excess military equipment had no value in peacetime. Lease agreements with 30 countries do not provide for reimbursement in the form of money or returned goods, but by “common measures to create a liberalized international economic order in the post-war world.” It is the United States that would be “reimbursed” if the recipient fought against the common enemy and joined world and diplomatic trade organizations such as the United Nations.  Although the Lend-Lease Act was passed to provide assistance to China and the British Empire, eligibility was extended, as part of its provisions, to all Allies who were essential to maintaining the security of the United States. Subsequent mutual agreements with countries Although the bill was rejected by isolationists like Senator Burton K. Wheeler, it handed the house 260 to 5. When the program ended in 1945, $50 billion in credit assistance was delivered to the United Kingdom, China, the USSR and other allies. Negotiations on the Newfoundland bases were made difficult by the interests of Ottawa, Washington, London and St.
John. Details of the bases were completed in March 1941 in London, England. The United States was given the authority to build, operate and maintain control of U.S. bases and armed forces on the soil of Newfoundland and other British territories without interference from local governors. I would like to express my sincere opinion on Stalin`s views on whether the Red Army and the Soviet Union could have faced Nazi Germany and survived the war without the help of the United States and Great Britain.