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What brought the US into war?


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2014-01-15 19:23:26
2014-01-15 19:23:26

Officially, bombing by Japan on American Naval fleet at Pearl Harbor in 1941. Unofficially, the President was supplying aide to Great Britain with arms, supplies to fight the Nazi's in 1940 although we kept the stance we were neutral for public appearances.


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