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What caused the US to get involved in world war 2?


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2012-04-13 01:06:54
2012-04-13 01:06:54

The Attack on Pearl Harbor.

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The sinking of the Lusitania caused the US to get involved.

There are no "European nations " in the United States that caused them to get involved in the war. European nations are in Europe.

Actually the US did get involved in World War 2.

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Pearl Harbor which happened on December 7, 1941 is what brought the US into world war 2 and why it declared war on Japan and Germany.

The United States became involved in the World War II about March 1941.

There were 116,000 US casualties. 4,744,000 were involved.

The US contributed some 16 million personnel to the Second World War. I'd say that would indicate they did get involved.

The event that triggered the US to enter WWII was the Japanese sneak attack on Pearl Harbor Hawaiiearly in the morning of 7dec1941.

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The US was involved for 6 years from 1941-1945

December 8, 1941 was the date of the US declaration of war

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The dictatorship and the attack in Pearl Harbor caused the US to become into the war because it was in America. This is what started World War 2.

The US and the Allies won the war and the US gained control of the Philippines, causing it to become a world power.

Neither France, nor the US had any desire to get involved in the war.

No, it was a European war we chose to become involved in.

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