the united states stayed neutral cause both of the sides fighting were connected to the united states in many ways.
They stayed neutral because Woodrow Wilson was very depressed at the time that his wife died and was very religious and didn't like killing.
In the United States no.
Kentucky stayed neutral during and after the war
The Condedrerates, the ones who secced for the United States and the Union, the states that stayed loyal to the United States. The confederates were in the south and the union was in the north.
Only one state was allowed to stay neutral, and that wasn't for long. It was Kentucky - one of the four Border states that were allowed to continue practising slavery for the duration of hostilities. But it was on condition that they stayed loyal.
The United States had control the greater number of states. The Confederacy was always outnumbered, because four slave states had stayed loyal to the Union.
Because it was not until the US Fleet was attacked at Pearl Harbor that the US had just cause to declare war.The united states didnt want to get involbed so the stayed neutral
During the American Civil War there were five states which stayed neutral and were given the name "border" states. They were called border states because they each bordered a free state and were aligned with the union. The five border states were Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, and West Virginia.
Someone who served in the Union army, that is, the Northern part of the United States that stayed loyal, not the Confederates.
The war was between the US states that withdrew(seceded) from the federal union of the United States and those who stayed in the union.
They were the banks for Germany in WW11
The United States had a strong history for being isolationists-especially in the first world war. The United States also wasn't militarily strong enough to defend itself against either the Germans or the Japanese! The other primary reason was the United States was still dealing with the Great Depression and was too focused on domestic policy, not foreign policy.
The confederate states that bordered the union states varied by time, as some states changed sides or became neutral. Virginia was the only one that stayed the same, bordering Ohio, Pennsylvania and Maryland.
Ireland stayed a neutral country.
The bombing of Japan in Hawaii made the U.S. mad. The United States stayed completely neutral and out of the war until they were automatically put in the war because of Japan. The U.S. went into the war 2 days after Pearl Harbor and stayed in it, with the allied powers, until Hitler and the axis powers surrendered completely.
The US remained neutral until April 1917
Missouri Kentucky Maryland Delaware All of them were "slave states" that stayed in the Union for one reason or another.