No war without cause.
happy that they won
Glad that it was all over
They were relocated by the US gov to camps called war relocation camps.
Before Pearl Harbor, the majority of the American public was apposed to entering the war. It was viewed as Europe's War. After Pearl Harbor though, the public stance on the matter changed dramatically.
the americans were really sort of neutral towards the war and did not want to get into it but when pearl harbor happened they felt threatened and felt that they had to protect the safety of their nation and fight.
The Americans feel scared of the war. they felt hurt and sad because they losed someone that they loved and cared about. also they felt that the most important thing was winning the war.
The propaganda posters used during World War I were meant to elicit enthusiasm for America's involvement in the war. Generally, this tactic worked although many Americans didn't feel entering the war would benefit them in any way. Men joined the war effort after the posters made them feel cowardly and inferior if they didn't enlist.
They felt that it was nothing to do with them and didn't want to get involved in a 'European' war.
After Pearl Harbor they were ready to fight. Young men lined up to enlist and the factories began to think about producing war goods. Even the mob was contacted by the government to help protect the docks.
The war was now a WORLD war.
Americans felt mad.
Americans were angry German U-boats and killed US citizens
Germany sent Mexico a document trying to get them to declare war on the USA and thereby prevent USA from entering the war on the side of the Allies. The British intercepted the document and after they showed it to the Americans, the USA declared war on Germany, entering WWI.
A submarine sunk the liner 'Lusitania'. Many Americans died. USA was horrified, declared war on Germany.
how did americans support war effort in world war 1
It was someone else's problem. Which it was.
they didnt care about the war
It helped win the war
Most Americans were opposed to the Vietnam war by 1967. In the beginning most Americans supported going to war with Vietnam.
Some Americans still felt worried about the future of the US after World War 2 because the USSR still seemed like a threat. During the war the Russians had developed the Atomic Bomb, which was often on the minds of Americans.
Prior to Pearl Harbor, Americans held the attitude that World War II was just another European war. Many believed the United States had been tricked into entering World War I and did not want another war that, they felt, had nothing to do with them.
The number of Americans that died in World War 1 is 116,516.