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How did US enter World War 2?


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2011-01-07 17:38:19
2011-01-07 17:38:19

The Japanese attacked the USA at Pearl Harbor Hawaii on December 7, 1941. Germany (and Italy) declared war on the USA a short time later.

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yes it was vital 4 the US 2 enter World War 2 because we needed their help 2 win the war. It turns out tht because of them we won the war.

Germany declared war on the US. The US entered World War 2 because of the Pearl Harbor raid.

1909 to 1944 The US entered World War 2 in December of 1941.

Japan attacked the US Fleet at Pearl Harbor.

the US got bombed by Japan

No.The sinking of the Lusitania caused the US to enter WW1.

The US entered World War II after the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor December 7, 1941.

Because it didn't want to enter a European war

It didn't enter the war.

The US entered World War 2 after the attack on Pearl Harbor. When over 2,400 US lives were lost in a sneak attack on a Sunday morning, there was no stopping US involvement in the war.

they seen a dog and ran and ate it that is how it make us enter the world EAT DOGSS

Because the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor.

The U.S. was never unable to enter World War 2. It had the resources and manpower. The reason why the U.S. didn't enter the war at first is because they wanted to remain neutral rather than get involved in foreign affairs.

Franklin Roosevelt did not enter World War 2. The United States, of which Roosevelt was President, entered World War 2. The US did that because it was attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan, and because Germany then declared war on the UN.

Yes. In September of 1939. The US didn't enter until December 7, 1941.

After. It was the reason we declared war on Japan and in turn Germany declared war on us.

No, World War 1 ended in 1918 and the attack on Pearl Harbor was on December 7, 1941. Pearl Harbor was the event that provoked the US to enter World War 2, not 1.

Attacked at Pearl Harbor Dec. 7, 1941.

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