The US troops helped the Allies win the war.
Critical as a supplier of war material.
He was a General of the US Armies
To pribent the Germans
i know about world war II but not world war I i know on world war II is japan tried to lay a bomb on Augusta.
He was the US Commander in Chief until his death.
He was the general in charge of the US Army, for the troops fighting in Europe
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an isolationist role while providing armaments to its ally great britain
The US was the LEADER.
The US turned into a superpower
i have no idea.
The US was at war with North Vietnam (informally-not with documents signed/declaration of war).
Both times the US was late in the game. The US had the attitude of "its Europes war, we dont care." Both times the US 'saved the day'. They came in with troops and financial backing the helped bolster the Allies.
It brought the US into the war
A huge part because it not only left its mark on history but made the US declare war on Japan whose allies, Germany and Italy, declared war on the US. This officialy made it a World War
The US and the USSR were the leaders of their respective sides during the cold war.
It was the only role. Otherwise the US would have stayed out of it.
The role of Mobile, Alabama was a significant role in the US Civil War. The city passed several resolutions even passed a resolution to succeed from the Union.
This should be right
there has a power to fight
I do know that the US trained Mexican pilots in Texas. These pilots later flew missions in the South Pacific.