the US remained neutral because we had immigrants from both sides of the war, and we didnt see the point of the wat, until Germany blew up our ship and sent the Zimmerman Telegram
Actually the US did get involved in World War 2.
Why did the US get involved with world war 2?
World war 2
The United States became involved in the World War II about March 1941.
The u.s. DID get involved.
It wanted to stay isolated. It did not want to get involved into a 'European' affair. The German sinking of the Lusitania was a reason the U.S. entered Worl War I and the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii was the reason the U.S. entered World War II.
There were 116,000 US casualties. 4,744,000 were involved.
yes they were
The US contributed some 16 million personnel to the Second World War. I'd say that would indicate they did get involved.
They didnt want to start a war
The US was involved for 6 years from 1941-1945
December 8, 1941 was the date of the US declaration of war
World War 1 World War 2 Korean War
the US by FAR.
Neither France, nor the US had any desire to get involved in the war.
how did we get involved
The US is not yet involved in world 11. The next world war should be WWIII so they have a way to go.
The United States was not actively involved in World War II up until December 1941 when they were attacked by Japan.
The people that were involved in the cold war was the Soviet Union, Communist world, and the non-communist world (The US and the USSR)