What were the United State's motives in entering World War 2?
They just wanted to get back at the Japanese people for bombing Pearl Harbour.
The US was attacked.
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For the German's, they were told what to think about WW1
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In ww1 the US had no real reason to fight.
The United States had invaded the Philippines before they entered the World War 2.
Pearl Harbor brought a dramatic change on the United States views on World War II. The United States wanted to maintain neutral and prevent entering war, but once the Japanese bombed the United States at Pearl Harbor December 7, 1941, the United States changed their mindset and decalred war.
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No, Japan attacked Pearl Harbor technically prior to the United States entering World War TWO.
The commonly accepted answer was the attack on Pearl Harbor, however the United States had been leading up to war before this point due to the spreading conflict.
The bombing of Pearl Harbor was the primary reason for USA entering WW2 The bombing of Pearl Harbor was the primary reason for USA entering WW2
William Jennings Bryan opposed the United States entering World War 1 because he had been known for peace treaties with at least 30 nations. With the United States entering into the war at least on of those countries would be allied with Germany. Another theory is that he wanted to protect America and by sending troops overseas to fight, America would be less defended than if all the troops stayed at home.
Before the beginning of the United States involvement in World War Two, a large portion of the United States public did not favor entering into the war. These individuals were called Isolationists and they favored the United States to not involve itself in any foreign wars. Another term for an individual who opposes military action and war is called a pascifist.
The United States officially declared war on Japan and Germany in December 1941. However the United States had been helping the British with armament and trade goods covertly for a couple of years prior to actually entering the war officially.
After the World War 1, the United States was faced with economic problems. The country had to train, educate, and employ the people.
The United States entered late into the war because their nuetrality was short lived. After entering the war, the United States fought along side of the Entrente and against the Central Powers being a driving force behind Britain, France, and Russia.
Prior to his Presidency, JFK was a United States Senator (January 3, 1953 - December 22, 1960); prior to that, he was a United States Congressman (January 3, 1947 - January 3, 1953); prior to that, he was a Lieutenant in the United States Navy (1941-1945), serving in World War II.
The Japanese bombing of the United States port ,Pearl Harbor caused the U.S.A to join World War 2
Despite the United States declaration of neutrality in World War I, it became impossible. Germany had sealed off entry to Britain and declared unrestricted warfare on any ships which tried to pass. Britain was a major trading partner to the United States and several U.S. ships were damaged or sunk trying to get through. This led to the United States entering the war.
the zimmerman telegraph was an attempt by Germany to have the United states attacked by Mexico. it was ignored by Mexico but it infuriated the Americans.
Before entering World War II as a combatant, the United States intervened in Europe and in the Third World (in particular, in Asia) in various "key" ways. In Europe, the United States supplied vital war material to Great Britain when it was facing Hitler's Germany on its own. In Asia, the United States placed an oil embargo on Imperial Japan as a protest to Japan's ongoing aggression in China and elsewhere.
United States has the strongest military in the world.
The United States was on the Allies side.
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December 8th of 1941 was the day that the United States of America entered World War 2. The reason of entering was because the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
World Socialist Party of the United States was created in 1916.
The United States is a major producer of Agricultural Products... The United States feeds the world so i guess you could say the United States produces life?
No. The United States is the second most polluted country in the world. The top 5 polluted countries in the world, according to United Nations figures, are: China United States Russia India Japan
Alaska is one of the fifty states in the US (United States). United States is in North America.
The United States was drawn into international conflicts.
Germany sent Mexico a document trying to get them to declare war on the USA and thereby prevent USA from entering the war on the side of the Allies. The British intercepted the document and after they showed it to the Americans, the USA declared war on Germany, entering WWI.
He ordered Yamamoto to bomb Pearl Harbor, entering the United States in the war. He also directed Japan into Total War, leading to the Nazi and Japanese defeat.
In 1914 the United States entered the war.
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The men's United States soccer team first played in the World Cup in 1930. The women's United States soccer team first played in the World Cup in 1991.
The World, in the form of the United Nations, sent the US to Korea.
German U-boat activity had forced the United States into war Americans were angry German U-boats had killed U.S. citizens.
the united states because they were trying to take over the united states
the united states wasnt in any alliances because it was by its self
the united states wasn't on any ones side they were neutral
In the United States.
The United States is the fifth largest country in the world.
The United States got involved in World war 1 on April 2, 1917
IMMIGRATION: The process in which immigrants (people from all countries across the world besides those in the USA) sailed to the United states. Most were seeking religious freedom, and some were seeking wealth. PS: DO NOT PLAGIARIZE! Additional answer. Immigration is a general term for people entering a country to live in it, not just the United States. Other countries, of which Great Britain is an example, also have immigration.
Because the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, a US Naval Base in December of 1941. Prior to that unprovoked attack, the United States government had remained neutral, and in fact, public sentiment was opposed to the US entering the war. But once there was an attack on an American military base, the president and congress saw it as an act of war, and that drew the United States into World War II.
The Europeans had three main motives for colonizing the New World. These motives were resources, money, and escape from religious persecution.
Jean Ebbert has written: 'The first, the few, the forgotten' -- subject(s): History, United States, United States. Marine Corps, United States. Navy, Women, World War, 1914-1918 'Crossed currents' -- subject(s): United States, United States. Navy, Women, History
The united states accomplished saving the Jews from the Nazi's
The united states ranked 7th in 2005, but I'm not sure where they rank now
our united states story is a good one, world war and everything. look it up on google!