When the United States first entered the WWI, President Woodrow Wilson called it "the war to end all wars". Since the civil war, America had been quite isolationist, refusing to engage in overseas wars (except for the brief Mexican and Spanish-American wars), or join "entangling alliances" (Thomas Jefferson). After the atrocities of WWI, the majority of Americans regretted ever joining the war and resumed their isolationist policy (This is why the Senate did not ratify the treaty of Versailles or join the league of nations, despite Wilson's urging them to. It is even arguable that this is why the United States joined WWII so late). After World War I, the United states stayed as far as possible from European affairs.
The Pacific Theater, where the US fought Japan and the European theater the war, the war with European countries in the second world war
Germany declared war on the US after Pearl Harbour.
The US and Japan were at war, so relations we not so great!
No, it was a European war.
they attacked us
No, it was a European war we chose to become involved in.
To drive into Berlin.
At the end of World War II United State Russian relations largely deteriorated. (We should have just listened to Patton)
They weren't freinds i can tell you that......
they were alliews during the war , along with England and russia
There are no "European nations " in the United States that caused them to get involved in the war. European nations are in Europe.
the US won the war by smashing the Nazi's and freeing the European countries.
Because it didn't want to enter a European war
The US declared its neutrality at the beginning of the World War I, and one reason was the immigration of people from European countries. These Europeans were from the nations of both European powers, and therefore didn't allow the United States to side with a European Alliance.
The US emerged from World War I in a stronger economic condition than European nations because the war wasn't fought on US soil so we didn't have to rebuild and we entered the war late so we had fewer casualties.
They fought for their rights in world war 1.
they died hahaha
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the end of World War II
The United States emerged from World War I heavily in debt to European nations.
the 1993 bombing of the world trade centerThe US relations with Al-Qaeda can be described as cold following America's war on terror-related activities.
Isolationism. The US was war weary from the first world war, and saw the outbreak of a second one as a European matter that did not concern them.
The US did fight in World War 1, although not from the beginning. Same for World War 2. When both world wars began, they were seen as European squabbles, and there was a strong feeling that the US should make every effort to stay out of them.