America remained isolated from the conflict until the UK asked for assistance. The US helped to fund the UK's war effort which pulled the US out of 'The Great Depression'. After this proved not to be enough, the US entered the war and eventually brought the Allies to victory.
The Americans helped the Allies by sending resources to them during WWI.
In World War 1, the American contribution was mostly troops, not supplies for the allies.
an allies is a friend the term was used a lot in world war 2 between the british and the Americans
28 June 1914, archduke of austria, Franz Ferdinand was assassinated by a serbian nationalist Gavrilo Princip. Austrians then declared war on the Serbians. allies came into battle and because of the vast expanse of the Europeans empire, most of the world joined in as allies to the europeans (triple entete), or as enemy to the europeans and allies. Dean =] 1994 Ner0
they sold weapons and supplies to the allies
I think you mean the allies.
they gave their allies free blow jobs
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they fought in the services for U.K, also as allies
Who were the first allies in world war 1?
Sonar with the Americans having the advantage.
yes because we were trading partners with them
Well. . . . . . I think the British helped the Americans.
the british, the Americans and what was left of the french.
they failed to repay their war debts to America
Americans did not "officially and legally" enter world war 2 until Pearl Harbor was bombed, however the Americans were helping with food, supplies, war materiels, and add ship convoy protection.
Allies in World War II
Russia, Britain and France were the Allies in World War 1.
Of the Allies in WW II Russia had the largest number of soldiers and civilians killed.
France and Spain
Europe was recovering from the destruction of World War I.
Some allies in the French and Indian war were different tribes of Native Americans and the Prussians.
Which World War?
the attack on Pearl Harbor