The Us was reluctant to become actively involved in European political affairs
The us was reluctant to enter world war 1 simply because they wanted to remain neutral. They wanted to remain neutral so that innocent lives were not wasted in bombings by the Axis Powers.
There was no reluctance - cheering crowds and a rush of recruits everywhere. (You may be thinking of World War 2).
US and world were imported greatly by world war 1. World war 1 involved the world, so you could see the import it had on world just by the name of the war (which is world war 1 in case you didn't know). Further analysis would lead one to discover that US is in world and thus also a part of world war 1. Hopefully this has helped you understand the import of world war 1.
Was the US involvement in World War 1 justified why or why not?
world war one affect the us they had get a alot of money
The US helped France in world war 1 with submarines in the Atlantic.
Germany fought the us in world war 1
America was a late and reluctant entrant into the Great War. It was thrust into WW-II by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
in a world war 1 on the us ecompny all the american are died and and war is started 1941 to 1954 the american is won the war by us economy
The US didnt want war
The U.S. Entered World War 1 in 1917.
japan and Italy
The president of the World War 1 was Woodrow Wilson.
World War 1: The UK, and Japan. World War 2: The UK, and Russia.
The US entered World War 1 on April 6, 1917. It remained in the war until it ended about a year and a half later.
To symbolise the men who died for us in World War 1
The US sided with the United Kingdom, France, and the Soviet Union in World War 1.