Depends on what you call a gain. IMO, the USA did not gain much from the war. America had to assume vast military burdens for other countries. This, along with the huge amounts spent during WWII has left the American government deep in debt. The war altered the American perspective on the world, IMO in a negative way. Before the war the USA engaged actively in trade and Economics but avoided foreign entanglements via treaty. After the war the USA entered into a multitude of agreements that have caused the USA to engage in fighting in remote and non strategic arenas around the globe. The USA was founded as a Republic that was meant to stand apart from entangling treaties. Instead the USA operates much more like a nation defending an Empire than a Republic. WWII was the catalyst for this change.
Status as a super power.
The US did not seek or gain revenge against Japan after WWII. It did seek justice.
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Why did the US get involved with world war 2?
Italy lost its territories in World War 2 as they lost the war.
Actually the US did get involved in World War 2.
Entry into the atomic age and being the most powerful nation on earth.
to gain power
to get laid
Neither lose nor gain.
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After World War 2, the US had the strongest economy in the world.
The US did participate in the Second World War.
The expulsion of the Japanese.
Germany declared war on the US. The US entered World War 2 because of the Pearl Harbor raid.
how did the ussr view the us during world war 2
The 8th of December 1941 was the date that the US joined world war 2
405,400 US casualties are recorded for World War 2
Allowed them to occupy Europe afterward and gain huge influence by being protector against feared Russian invasion.
To both gain support of the war, and to demonize the enemy.
Two of the nations who managed to gain their freedom from Japan following World War II were
because of strong gonernment