Some people don't understand that the vast majority of Americans during the thirties wanted the US to stay out of World War II. Europe was an ocean away, and the general thought of isolationists here was that Europeans had bickered for thousands of years. We shouldn't interfere with European problems because they can't be solved. However, when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, FDR had a reason to throw more than just material support into the war effort. While some could argue the New Deal took the edge off the Great Depression, I would argue that the war truly ended it. Furthermore, we as a country began to understand that we are part of a global community in which we cannot hide from the rest of the world. The United States emerged from World War II as a superpower, but we were immediately thrust into other conflicts... most notably the Cold War. and YOUR MOM
Europe was shielded by the US.
Pearl Harbor saved Europe. Without it, the US may never had entered the war.
The war in Europe affected the American economy by creating a massive increase in US industrial production as well as stable prices.
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Immigration to the US after World War II increased dramatically. Europe was essentially destroyed and people desired to escape that difficulty.
Europe is where most of the fighting of WW I took place. Without Europe, there would not have been a world war.
The US declaration on war caused Adolf Hitler of the German Third Reich declared war six days later so the Japanese attack motivated Hitler.
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will a speeding ticket in Europe affect my U.S. driving record?
Whatever the rest of Europe felt, they felt it too. Britain, cold war wise, was part of Europe.
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Europe was poor because of the war, they were the main export for the usa
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Germany declared war on the US on 11 December 1941
The United States did adopt at the beginning of the war in Europe a policy of neutrality.
Because Napoleon needed money to continue the war in Europe, the Louisiana Purchase was sold to the US for $15 million.
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Allowed them to occupy Europe afterward and gain huge influence by being protector against feared Russian invasion.
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The Atlantic Ocean separated the USA from the war in Europe.
it doesn't really but if the war came to the US it would have a big affect on us.