Why shouldn't the US get involved in World War 2?
Congress did not want to get involved because no aggressive act had been made toward the US. They were afraid that by joining the war it would bring an attack to US soil. ...
Asked in World War 2, Britain in WW2, US in WW2
Why did the us Adopt the lend lease act prior to world war 2?
the U.S needed money for better/advanced war equipment so they sold equipment to countries that weren't involved in World War II ...
Asked in World War 2, Pearl Harbor
How did the US become involved in the world war 2?
The US was attacked without having war declared upon them. The attack on Pearl Harbor was the first aggressive act that the US was involved in during World War 2. Technically we were involved before by providing funds, weapons and ships to our allies prior to the attack. After December 7, 1941 - we di not hold back but went into the war full force. ...
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What was the American cause of World War 2?
The cause of America joining World War II was that they became politically involved. America kept out of the war and sent supplies to those who needed it until the bombing of Pearl Harbor. The act was aggressive and without reason so it swayed political opinions greatly. Therefore, we were entered into the war once we threw the A-Bomb (Atom Bomb) I believe at Japan. -Khrys :3 ...
What was the cause of US involvement in world war 2?
The United States became involved in World War II due to the attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanesse. The United States had to act after the unprovoked and unwarned attack on one of its Military bases. ...
How did the french Indian war lead to the sugar act?
It didn't directly lead to the sugar act. The British started to become more involved with the lives of the Colonists after the War of 1812. So in order to regulate the war debt the British passed the sugar act. ...
Asked in Computers
What are the inconvenience or consequences to the human being if the machine (computers) can think and act on their own?
If computers could act independently of humans, then the scenarios depicted in the films 'War Games' and 'Terminator' could both actually occur. If you're not familiar with either plot... War Games involved a 'super computer' bringing the world to the brink of world war 3, by replacing the human 'safeguard' of the american missile arsenal. Terminator involved intelligent androids having one objective - to eliminate the human race. ...
Asked in World War 1, Germany in WW2, Adolf Hitler, US Army
What was the first act of aggression after World War 1?
The first act of aggression in World War I itself was when the Austro-Hungarian empire sent artillery into Serbia in preparation for an invasion. The act that triggered this was the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. ...
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Which act limited freedom of speech during world war 1?
The act of sedition and espionage limited freedom of speech during world war 1.It was passed in 1917 and repealed in 1921. ...
Asked in US Presidents
was president Andrew Johnson involved with tenure of office act?
Yes, President Andrew Johnson was involved with the tenure of Office Act. The Tenure of Office Act was a direct response from Congress to President Johnson's attempt to suspend his Secretary of War, Edwin Stanton, because of political differences. ...
Asked in US Constitution
By the US Constitution who has the power to declare war?
By the US Consititution, only Congress may actually declare war; however, by the War powers Act, the President may engage the military in a war zone and has all the power of Congress to conduct war like activities, in essence to declare a "Not War." To the troops on the ground there is little difference, okay, no difference. And, it is interesting to note that since World War Two, the US Congress has not declared war once, yet the US has...