we came out much more welthey powerfull and strong then befire
how is it like in world war2
To prevent anything like World War 2 or the holocaust from ever happening again.
The US occupied Japan and rebuilt it during the Korean War.
Why did the US get involved with world war 2?
because they felt like it
Germany declared war on the US. The US entered World War 2 because of the Pearl Harbor raid.
The main rival of the US after World War 2 is the US. US has had many problems inside its own country. I mean there is so much bad stuff happening to the US like the economies problem. There is also the fact that the your dad is a gay man.
The Allied powers were the countries like the US and Great Britain in world war 2 that opposed the axis powers in World War 2 or Italy and Germany.
Britain, like most other European countries, was virtually bankrupt at the end of World War 2 and heavily in debt to the US for supplies received during the war.
how did the ussr view the us during world war 2
No Germany declares war on US
US President Harry Truman was US President at the end of World War 2.
The US general during World War 2 was Dwight D. Eisenhower.
US Admiral in the Pacific during World War 2? Nimitz
The US entered World War 2 after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour on 7 December 1941 and got out after the official surrender of Japan on 2 September 1945.
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yes it was vital 4 the US 2 enter World War 2 because we needed their help 2 win the war. It turns out tht because of them we won the war.
The US sold war bonds to fund the war. They raised somthing like 180 Billion Dollars for the war this way. They also collected donations. Children even bought the $18.00 bonds.
No, the US actually made tons of money off of WWII (much like WWI). The war never reached the shores of the new world (unless you count Hawaii) and Europe was in shambles after decades of war.
The war was now a WORLD war.
405,400 is the number of US casualties in World War 2 that I have found most often.
1,800 US Civilians were killed during World War 2.
Does this answer your question? The US manufactured over 1,000,000 bullets a week for World War 2 to be fired from about 20 different small arms and airplanes.
the economy was worse after ww2 because we spent so much on war an didnt think of the affects it would have on us
?? WW2 or World WAR 2 was a war.
World War 1: The UK, and Japan. World War 2: The UK, and Russia.
was it necessary for the US to enter the world war two?
it was a bad war!
world war 2
i dont think that there was an anding for this war because it was inevitable. I mean i guess it had to happen and it was just weird how after like 20 ears later world war 2 began.
World War 2 brought down economy.
depends on who us is
It DEFENITLY was world war 2 considering Hitler and all...
1909 to 1944 The US entered World War 2 in December of 1941.
Harry S Truman was US president at the end of World War 2 in 1945. Harry Truman
During World War 2 the total casualty lost by the US were about 418,000.
The main countries that the US fought in World War 2 were considered the "Axis Powers." They were Germany, Japan, and Italy.
The military goal of the US in the Pacific during World War 2 was Japanese surrender.
they had the fight all over the world so that is why it was the world war 2.
After the Philippine-American War, the US governed the Philippines as a US possession. As it had promised to do before the war, after World War 2 the US granted independence to the Philippines.
they just sat back and let us british sort it out, and then when we was on the verge of defeating them the Americans joined in like they normally do.
Soviet Union were a communist and dictatorship. The US were Capitialism and democracy I LIKE PIZZA
To finance war effort and expenses many governments issued Debt Securities like War Bonds. During WW II in USA alone 85 million US citizens purchased War Bonds worth 185 billion US dollars.
There were no slaves at the time of World War 2.
A US soldier in World War 2 was called a "G.I."
It made them appreciate life more...and live life like there was no tomorrow.