What year did the US enter the great war?
The United States of America entered the great war on April 6, 1917 to aid its allies Great Britain, France, and Russia. Over 2 million American soldiers fought in the trenches of France.
The Great War (called WW1 after WW2) would have probably ended a year or two after it did in 1918. The US only fought in for one year (1917 to 1918). The Germans were already exhausted...and the war did end by an Armistice (truce); so it probably would've ended by an Armistice in 1919 instead of 1918.
I think yes, the U.S. did make a mistake staying neutral, because if they helped Great briatin to stop Hitler. if U.S had enter the war before and helped great Britain in the war most of people could have survived entering the war after some months was a big mistake. i thinkif united states enter the war early most of the people could not have died.
At that time he was just a figurehead, the military ran Japan. There where those in the military who opposed war against the US but they where out numbered. The ones that opposed war had studied in the US and got to know about the great ability the US had in production. They knew Japan could never hope to match the war production of the US and would lose the war eventually. Those for the…